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digitalmars.D.bugs - [Issue 18880] New: [REG2.079] Miscompilation of unittests when two


          Issue ID: 18880
           Summary: [REG2.079] Miscompilation of unittests when two are
                    mixed-in on one line
           Product: D
           Version: D2
          Hardware: x86
                OS: Mac OS X
            Status: NEW
          Severity: enhancement
          Priority: P1
         Component: dmd
          Assignee: nobody puremagic.com
          Reporter: johanengelen weka.io

With the change to deterministic unittest function naming, this bug was
When N unittests are mixed-in on the same line, the first one is run N times.

mixin(genTest("666")); mixin(genTest("777"));

int i;

string genTest(string a)
    return "unittest { i += " ~ a ~ "; }";

void main()
    // All unittests have been when we reach here.
    assert(i == 0 + 666 + 777);

    // Since 2.079 this passes!
    // assert(i == 0 + 666 + 666);
fails with:
dmd -unittest -run testcase.d
since 2.079.

It's caused by the naming of the unittest functions. The source location of the
unittest is used in the name, but the source location inside mixins behaves
strange: inside the mixin the linenumbers are offset with the line number of
the mixin statement, but the column of the mixin statement is not reflected in
Locs inside a mixin (only in the filename of the Loc).
Thus only one function is made "...__unittest_L1_C1FZv" and it is called twice.
(the second unittest gets the same name and is subsequently not codegenned
because the symbol is already defined)

May 19 2018