delegates with C linkage

dennis luehring dl.soluz at
Sat Jun 5 08:14:02 PDT 2010

Am 05.06.2010 16:03, schrieb dennis luehring:
> Am 05.06.2010 15:42, schrieb Zarathustra:
>>>   only with static methods - a real delegate needs the this-pointer in a
>>>   register (not on the stack), thats the main difference between function
>>>   ptr and delegates, thats why you can't use a (non static) method on for
>>>   example the win-api callbacks, because the caller don't know your object
>>  gcc:
>>  __attribute__((regparm (1))) put_first_paramerter_to_eax(d_object this){...}
>>  __attribute__((regparm (1))) - puts the first function parameter to EAX.
> ok so your using gcc and some "extensions"

but that will help on the caller side (you using gcc?) but D still won't 
accept an delegat in an extern C because this type does not exists in 
the C world

btw: can show us code where you do this and it works - why don't you use 
your working code as an example?

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