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digitalmars.D.bugs - bug with inner struct templates

reply Sean Kelly <sean f4.ca> writes:
Don's comment about how D templates are resolved during compilation 
instead of optimization got me thinking whether the traditional get/set 
accessor method for tuples could be replaced by a simple alias, which 
seems ideal as it doesn't rely on inlining to make the resulting code 
efficient.  What follows is an attempt at this, first with a class, then 
with a struct.  Note that the class version compiles but the struct 
version breaks.  I assume this is a bug?

C:\code\d>type test.d
void main()
{
     ClassOf!(int)  c = new ClassOf!(int)();
     StructOf!(int) s;
     int            x;

     c.ref!() = x;
     x = c.ref!();

     s.ref!() = x;
     x = s.ref!();
}

class ClassOf(Type)
{
     Type val;

     template ref()
     {
         alias val ref;
     }
}

template StructOf( Type )
{
     struct StructOf
     {
         Type val;

         template ref()
         {
             alias val ref;
         }
     }
}
C:\code\d>dmd test.d
test.d(10): this for val needs to be type StructOf not type StructOf

C:\code\d>
Feb 09 2006
parent Thomas Kuehne <thomas-dloop kuehne.cn> writes:
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Sean Kelly schrieb am 2006-02-09:
 Don's comment about how D templates are resolved during compilation 
 instead of optimization got me thinking whether the traditional get/set 
 accessor method for tuples could be replaced by a simple alias, which 
 seems ideal as it doesn't rely on inlining to make the resulting code 
 efficient.  What follows is an attempt at this, first with a class, then 
 with a struct.  Note that the class version compiles but the struct 
 version breaks.  I assume this is a bug?

 C:\code\d>type test.d
 void main()
 {
      ClassOf!(int)  c = new ClassOf!(int)();
      StructOf!(int) s;
      int            x;

      c.ref!() = x;
      x = c.ref!();

      s.ref!() = x;
      x = s.ref!();
 }

 class ClassOf(Type)
 {
      Type val;

      template ref()
      {
          alias val ref;
      }
 }

 template StructOf( Type )
 {
      struct StructOf
      {
          Type val;

          template ref()
          {
              alias val ref;
          }
      }
 }
 C:\code\d>dmd test.d
 test.d(10): this for val needs to be type StructOf not type StructOf

 C:\code\d>

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Feb 12 2006