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#Actual_Engine_

Posted 28 January 2013 - 08:45 AM

Hi!

When we want to change income parametr in C++ function we just declare this - void SomeFunc(type& parametr). This are never was a trouble - never. But in managed languges we must add in or out keyword and that leads to unessesery work and sometimes to stupid mistakes. It is to sad that Angel Script force us to this annoing thing. It is possible to disable this behaveor - we don't want managed style we want c++ style :)

#2_Engine_

Posted 28 January 2013 - 08:45 AM

Hi!

When we want to change income parametr in C++ function we just declare this - void SomeFunc(type& parametr). This are never was a trouble - never. But in managed languges we must add in or out keyword and that leads to unessesery work and sometimes to stupid mistakes. It is to sad that Angel Script force us to this annoing thing. It is possible to disable this behaveor - we don't want managed style we want c++ style :)

#1_Engine_

Posted 28 January 2013 - 08:40 AM

Hi!

 

When we wan't to change income parametr in C++ function we just declare this - void SomeFunc(type& parametr). This are never was a trouble - never. But in managed languges we must add in or out keyword and that leads to unessesery work and sometimes to stupid mistakes. It is to sad that Angel Script force us to this annoing thing. It is possible to disable this behaveor - we don't want managed style we want c++ style :)


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