No Apply Constructors

In Scala there are usually apply factory methods in the companion objects

In Scalqa the 'apply' factory methods cannot be used universally, because apply reduction would not work for package types, where companion object is package object

If apply is used today for a simple class, and the class gets promoted to a package type later, this will break existing code

By default 'apply' method is replaced with 'make' or something else more appropriate

Compare:

val scala  = List(1, 2, 3)

// vs.

val scalqa = Idx.*(1, 2, 3)

// --------------------------
val scalaBuffer  = collection.mutable.Buffer.empty[Int]

// vs.

val scalqaBuffer = Idx.M.make[Int]

Note: For really simple utility classes apply can still be used. This is the case for some popular classes in scalqa utilities