On 9/21/16 3:38 AM, Suliman wrote:
On Wednesday, 21 September 2016 at 07:09:01 UTC, rikki cattermole wrote:
On 21/09/2016 7:06 PM, Suliman wrote:
It's seems that __treats is language keyword that help to get info from
compile-time. But there is also lib named std.traits
and I can't understand difference
Could you explain the difference?
Simple, __traits or __treats as you called it is implemented by the
But std.traits is all implemented in the standard library as user D code.
If you can do it with std.traits you should. Otherwise __traits.
So std.traits is a bit higher level and there are more things
available there as adding more __traits is a bit rare.
So for example to get All Members of class I should use allMembers from
__traits, because it's seems that std.traits do not have such future.
Yes, you can think of __traits as the basic building blocks the compiler
provides, and std.traits as providing more features using those building