How to use EquatableView in SwiftUI
From John Harper ‘s tweet
SwiftUI assumes any Equatable.== is a true equality check, so for POD views it compares each field directly instead (via reflection). For non-POD views it prefers the view’s == but falls back to its own field compare if no ==. EqView is a way to force the use of ==.
When it does the per-field comparison the same rules are applied recursively to each field (to choose direct comparison or == if defined). (POD = plain data, see Swift’s _isPOD() function.)