--- Comment #2 from Michel Fortin <> 2010-08-11 
14:37:52 EDT ---
Perhaps a better solution for structs: have a way to distinguish between a
struct that can be put on the GC heap and one that cannot. A struct that cannot
go on the GC heap make it safe to access GC-managed members in its destructor,
and thus can have a @safe destructor.

But at the same time such a struct would be prohibited at compile time from
being part of a class, or from being allocated with "new" (either solitary or
part of an array).

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