@sir question: what about OOP in C? how does it work?

@xinayder poorly. C programs utilizing OOP are poorly designed


@sir by OOP in C, do you mean classes with inheritance and interfaces (a la GObject), or any objects-based API with encapsulation? Because then you'd be saying basically everything is poorly designed, including even wlroots.


@bugaevc @xinayder I mean the former. The latter is not really what people mean by "OOP"

@sir also this is a bit off-topic, but I wonder what your opinion on Objective-C is, disregarding portability concerns (plus, @js has got that covered)

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