reflection based on my experience so far on compile-time meta-programming in D as a novice user: the problems
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Mon Sep 14 12:37:18 UTC 2020
On Monday, 14 September 2020 at 12:27:34 UTC, Simen Kjærås wrote:
> String mixins, like inline assembly, is a very powerful tool.
> Just like inline assembly though, it's usually not the tool you
> should be reaching for. Generally, if it's possible to do
> something without string mixins, that way will be less error
> prone and more readable.
That is not what I was asking for.
There are plenty of cases where a string mixin is the only way
out. How then, given a T template argument, do you generate a
string representing T without using .stringof?
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