On 04/02/2018 7:54 AM, infinityplusb wrote:
I'm looking to try and write an interface to C++, but given I'm a casual
dabbler in D, it's slightly beyond my current ability in terms of both
C++ and D!
As a leg up, how would one translate something like this from C++ to D?
`typedef int (CV_CDECL* CvCmpFunc)(const void* a, const void* b, void*
From my basic understanding I assumed something like:
`alias CvCmpFunc = Typedef!(int) ; `
but then I'm stuck as to where the rest of the parameters would get passed?
Do I just declare it as a function instead? That wasn't my understanding
of reading how typedefs worked, however so I'm a little confused.
Any help would be appreciated.
alias CvCmpFunc = extern(C /* I think */) int function(const void* a,
const void* b, void* userdata);