To me, Objective-C++ has never been made as a seperate language. That
would be insane to me: two object models working together. I use objc++
when I want to use C++ classes, mostly libraries inside my objc program.
For example, I wrote my own protobuf binding to objc, that uses the c++
version internal. (I did not want to write a whole lib). There objc
wouldnt work, in the same way compiling C with a c compiler and .c as
extension and no -xc++ (to avoid anyone telling me different) would break.
Without the curre t implementation of objc++ we would not be able to use
c++ game libs, port other c++ libs, and we would always need to rewrite
I think that was the whole purpose of objc++ and nothing else :)
(for the one willing to note that there is a objc lib for protobuf: i
didnt use cocoa there)
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