Summary: Functions with static arrays as arguments are not
--- Comment #0 from Clemens <eriatark...@gmail.com> 2010-02-11 07:34:57 PST ---
Was just browsing through some front end code and found this bit of code in
canInline() in inline.c:
/* If any parameters are Tsarray's (which are passed by reference)
* or out parameters (also passed by reference), don't do inlining.
for (int i = 0; i < parameters->dim; i++)
VarDeclaration *v = (VarDeclaration *)parameters->data[i];
if (v->isOut() || v->isRef() || v->type->toBasetype()->ty == Tsarray)
The comment, as far as I can see, is obsolete since static arrays are now value
types? Perhaps this restriction can be lifted now? Especially for functions on
small vectors, I would expect inlining to be very beneficial.
Just putting this here to have it not overlooked.
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