--- Comment #4 from 2011-11-29 08:59:07 PST ---
Actually one needs to note, that extern(C) is not ignored for the calling
convention. It is only ignored for the mangling and the hidden this argument.
It even results in different delegate types for extern(C) and extern(D)

So on a struct method extern(C) behaves as __cdecl but not as extern(C).

A clean cut would be to disallow extern(C/Pascal/Windows) on structure level
except for static methods.

If there were a real need for declaring the calling convention than that should
become a different construct.

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