--- Comment #3 from Kyle Foley <k-fo...@onu.edu> 2009-10-25 21:10:50 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #1)
> The problem looks to be a question of whether range.front is an lvalue or
> When range.front is an lvalue, DMD interprets &range.front as taking the
> address of the front element of the range. When range.front is not an lvalue,
> DMD interprets &range.front as taking the address of the member function
> front() of range.
The problem is that Proxy tries to store a pointer to the fronts of each range.
In the case of these 'lazy' ranges, the pointer makes no sense. I have
uploaded a new version of Zip which I think solves this problem.
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