richmoore44 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 6 22:50:49 GMT 2008
On 2/6/08, Matthias Kretz <kretz at kde.org> wrote:
> I suggest we require kdelibs classes to only use protected d-pointers so that
> the shared-d-pointer pattern can be used when needed. Once we need to keep BC
> on Windows we cannot change private members to protected members anymore. So
> we can still do this now...
Surely this defeats the point? If we are making the d-pointer part of
the defined API then we might as well not have them at all. Please
could you make it clear what we would gain by this?
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