--- Comment #82 from yebblies <yebbl...@gmail.com> 2012-07-10 22:50:07 EST ---
(In reply to comment #81)
> (In reply to comment #80)
> > (In reply to comment #79)
> >> - we have variadics that are really just C's variadics with
> >> typeinfo added
> > We also have C's variadics.
> But no use case I can see for using a C-style variadic for a D class method.
I dunno, maybe you want to pass the args on to vprintf or something... Does it
> >> Something else I should've realised earlier: Why do D class methods
> >> need to be directly callable from C? (How does C code hold a
> >> reference to a D object, anyway?) Indeed, is even C++ designed to
> >> accommodate this?
> > COM classes defined in D are callable from C (and you could define
> > other classes the same way).
> But do any COM interfaces define C-style variadic methods? Do we need to be
> open to this possibility, or are we wasting our time by worrying about it?
COM does not use the C calling convention.
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