On Friday, 11 August 2017 at 17:02:20 UTC, HyperParrow wrote:
On Friday, 11 August 2017 at 16:53:02 UTC, bitwise wrote:
What do they do?
What's the difference?


__xdtor() also calls the __dtor() that are mixed with template mixins while __dtor() only call the __dtor() that matches to the normal ~this(){}

Ok thanks.

I don't understand why you would ever want to call __dtor then...is it possible to have only __dtor without also having __xdtor? Like, if I want to call a struct's destructor, do I have to check for both, or can I just always check for, and call __xdtor?

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