http://d.puremagic.com/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=3188





--- Comment #2 from Kyle Foley <k-fo...@onu.edu>  2009-07-17 12:12:06 PDT ---
> Given that opIndexAssign doesn't occur in your code, removing opIndexAssign
> from the language isn't going to magically make this work.

I don't see why not.  "a[1, 1] = 42;" should just become "a.opIndex(1, 1) =
42;" rather than do something special because the "=" is there.  I am under the
impression that opIndexAssign is there only because return by reference was not
available at the time of designing operator overloads.  But I would be
satisfied with your proposed fix anyways.

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