Say, if I have a generic Swift class Foo, is there a way to have it generate different code depending on whether T is a struct or a class? I.e. add an & for a mutator call or an inout to a parameter?
@uliwitness you can constrain a generic by using ‘where T: AnyObject’ but there is no negations to constrain where not something
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