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--- Comment #12 from Eldar Insafutdinov <> 2010-01-29 
15:00:25 PST ---
(In reply to comment #10)
> I'm going to mark this as invalid, as function return values should be 
> rvalues,
> and rvalues cannot be references, even if the vagaries of the implementation
> make that possible.
> The reason is "vagaries of the implementation", so it may work on one
> implementation but not another. Currently, whether it (used to) work or not
> also depended on the contents of the struct being returned.

This test case fails for me with the latest dmd:

struct X {

X i() {
    return X.init;

void foo(const ref X x) {

void foo() {
    foo(i()); //line 12

This bug is not invalid.

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