I've seen a common pattern among property wrappers that persist the property's value to use Strings as unique identifiers. Most recently with the introduction of
@AppStorage in SwiftUI.
@AppStorage("preferredColorScheme") var preferredColorScheme: ColorScheme = .dark
I was wondering if it would be at all possible to expose the name of a property to its property wrapper. This would not only result in less verbosity, but also benefits from the compiler ensuring unique names across a specific scope. So the code from above would become
@AppStorage var preferredColorScheme: ColorScheme = .dark