------- Comment #4 from [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2008-12-09 07:18 -------
(In reply to comment #3)
> This is not a bug.
> The mixin establishes its own scope that is nested inside B's scope. If there
> is no print in B's scope, it will look in the mixin. If there is a print in
> scope, it will not look in the mixin.
> This works exactly the same as imports and symbols at module scope.
> The solution is to bring the desired members of mixtem up into B's scope.
That works fine for normal methods, but how about ctors? I actually ran into
this("OK"); // same error as the OP
Except of course "mixin mixtem M; alias M.this this;" is not legal. (I also
tried using the weird _ctor but that doesn't work either.)