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Author dalcinl
Recipients dalcinl, larry
Date 2009-03-31.21:48:59
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Two questions:

1) Why do you prefer to pass destructor as a first argument?

2) Do we really need two different calls for providing a context
pointer? Why no just one call and pass a NULL context?

A comment:

Suppose one wants to implement export/import module C-API's in a
function-by-function basis. This is nice, as you can extend your module
C-API, and make it be backward "ABI" compatible.

As the void* <-> void(*)(void) conversion is illegal(?) in C(99?), one
has to go to the oddities of doing some sort of type-punning with
unions... this could be somewhat tedious for hand-written extension

Do you have any idea on how extend the CObject API for the commented use
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