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// bindgen-flags: --opaque-type DoggoOrNull --with-derive-partialeq --with-derive-hash -- -std=c++14
class Doggo {
int x;
class Null {};
* This type is an opaque union. Unions can't derive anything interesting like
* Debug or Default, even if their layout can, because it would require knowing
* which variant is in use. Opaque unions still end up as a `union` in the Rust
* bindings, but they just have one variant. Even so, can't derive. We should
* probably emit an opaque struct for opaque unions... but until then, we have
* this test to make sure that opaque unions don't derive and still compile.
union DoggoOrNull {
Doggo doggo;
Null none;