Storing Different Types of Swift Objects in C++ Using New Interop

Hello Everyone,

I'm working on an app that utilizes the new C++ - Swift interop feature. I have a module called ModuleA that contains multiple Swift classes, and I need to store instances of these classes in a C++ class as a class member(to ensure ARC until the class object is deallocated). However, I want to retain the Swift class objects on the stack without directly allocating heap memory from C++.

Sample Swift Code:

public class SwiftClassA {
    public init() {}

    public func FuncA() -> Void {
        // Perform operations specific to SwiftClassA    }
}
 public class SwiftClassB {
    public init() {}

    public func FuncA() -> Void {
        // Perform operations specific to SwiftClassB
    }
}

// Additional Swift classes (SwiftClassC to SwiftClassN) follow a similar structure.

Sample Cpp Code:

CppClass.hpp

#include "ModuleA-Swift.h" // Include generated Swift headerclass

CppClass {

 public:
    // Functions and declarationsprivate:
        XYZ vClassObject; // Placeholder for Any Swift class object
};

CppClass.cpp

#include "ModuleA-Swift.h" // Include generated Swift headervoid

CppClass::SomeFuncA() noexcept
{

    ModuleA::SwiftClassA obj = ModuleA::SwiftClassA::init(); // Initialize SwiftClassA object
 vClassObject = obj; // Assign SwiftClassA object to vClassObject

}
 void CppClass::SomeFuncB() noexcept {
    ModuleA::SwiftClassB obj = ModuleA::SwiftClassB::init(); // Initialize SwiftClassB object
    vClassObject = obj; // How do I Assign SwiftClassB object to vClassObject?
}

I'm looking for suggestions on how to efficiently store different types of Swift class objects in my C++ class while maintaining stack-based object retention and proper memory management. Any help or insights would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Harshal