[Openmcl-devel] Why is my pointer not a pointer?
ron at awun.net
Thu Jul 17 06:27:54 UTC 2008
On Jul 16, 2008, at 10:18 PM, Gary Byers wrote:
> it shouldn't be surprising that something could be both
> "an instance of a class for which certain ObjC and CLOS
> methods are applicable" and "a pointer to foreign memory."
Well, it surprises me. I thought the FFI preserved the distinction
between an object and a pointer to an object, otherwise why
distinguish between (:struct foo) and (:* (:struct foo)) as foreign
types? (Feel free to treat that as a rhetorical question. I know
you've got more important things to do.)
Thanks for the explanation!
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