On 2017-08-05 19:08, Johnson Jones wrote:
using gtk, it has a type called value. One has to use it to get the
value of stuff but it is a class. Once it is used, one doesn't need it.

Ideally I'd like to treat it as a struct since I'm using it in a
delegate I would like to minimize unnecessary allocations. Is there any
way to get D to allocate a class on the stack like a local struct?

Prefix the variable declaration with "scope":

scope foo = new Object;

/Jacob Carlborg

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