On Thursday, 14 May 2015 at 15:19:59 UTC, Elie Morisse wrote:
- Many simple non-POD C++ classes are being mapped to D classes instead of structs, for example QFlags<AlignmentFlag> (qt5demo.d uses its alias Qt::Alignment) which is a wrapper around a single int but contains an overloaded assignment operator so is considered non-POD in C++. Same story for QString. string, vector, almost all STL types are non-POD too because they have base classes.

BTW how does it rely on having everything on the D side? Maybe it's enough to have just instance size and method symbols? But then there's problem with this inference: what if the type is intended to be used as a reference type and you infer it to be POD, and it can also flicker between POD and non-POD depending on defines.

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