Colors in Raylib

Steven Schveighoffer schveiguy at
Tue Mar 1 12:29:56 UTC 2022

On 3/1/22 7:22 AM, meta wrote:
> If the type is ``Color`` I think the compiler should allow ``GRAY`` if 
> it is a member of ``Color``, isn't how strong statically typed language 
> should work? I wonder what is the rational against it? How hard would it 
> be to allow it?

The problem is how the original source works.

The only way to define a manifest constant for a struct instance in C is 
to #define it.

So I'm sure that if raylib could put that inside the `Color` type it 
would, but it can't.

What a D binding should do is exactly what Mike said -- provide a 
complete binding as expected, and then add machine-generated nicer APIs.

I actually have an open issue, in case anyone is interested in working 
on it:


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