[fpc-devel] constref in Windows

Marco van de Voort marcov at stack.nl
Fri Nov 19 15:05:17 CET 2010

In our previous episode, Joost van der Sluis said:
> > 
> > Only code that actually overrides those methods, not all interface code.
> No, also the places where QueryInterface is called. Because the caller
> need to know that it has to pass the GUID by reference, not value. So
> the caller need to know that 'const' actually means 'constref' in this
> case.

No, since const+directive can be put in the tree in the same way as a
constref syntax element.

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