I am not sure I completely like the idea. Some issues I have are:
  1. Do inherited classes are have access to write constpub variables?
  2. Are there way to make const only const to the class? Once I create and initialize the class I do not want to change some variables during the lifetime of the object but I want to move and transfer ownership of the object as well as use standard containers
  3. Is constpub going to effect the nature or public, private and protected classes?
  4. Perhap you could also look into changing the nature of const to read only field in class and struct definition in C++?
Vishal Oza

On Thu, Nov 21, 2019 at 4:34 AM Andrew Tomazos via Std-Proposals <std-proposals@lists.isocpp.org> wrote:
Please find attached a 2-page draft proposal entitled:

     Proposal of constpub

It seems a little thing but easy to implement and I think it may have broad appeal.

Anyway, initial thoughts appreciated.
    -Andrew.

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