Can you access the same classes from C++ and D and vise versa, or do the classes have to not form dependency cycle?
Sat Sep 10 20:04:35 UTC 2022
According to that C++ / D .object files can interoperate both
ways, but one has to be compiled before the other, order
depending on direction.
My question is, can you have a class C (C++) use a class D
(Dlang) in such a way that D can also use C as in the article?
I'm guessing using all pointers on the C++ side might work. I
have never gotten rid of cyclical dependencies in C++ other than
putting a bunch of classes in the same file, but in D, cyclic
dependency is resolved beautifully somehow, so I can split up my
classes into each their own d-module.
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