On 2/11/18 3:25 AM, Jonathan M Davis wrote:
In the case of immutable, the postblit is actually completely unnecessary,
because there's no need to do a deep copy of an immutable object, since it's
guaranteed to never change its value (whereas with const, a deep copy can
still be necessary, since other references to that data may be mutable and
could thus change the data).


What about reference counting? Essentially, you could be changing values external to the type itself.

I don't think postblit should be illegal on immutable types.

-Steve

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