--- Comment #7 from Don <> 2010-09-08 07:11:58 PDT ---
General comment: You have to be careful with .stringof, it's not yet reliable
(a difference in .stringof doesn't necessarily mean a difference in type). But
.mangleof never lies. The conclusion in this case is still correct, though.

A workaround for the original problem is to use auto (or typeof).

   pragma( msg, (& );
   auto dg = &;                  // this works
   const void delegate() dg2 = &;
   pragma(msg, dg.mangleof);
   pragma(msg, dg2.mangleof);

What I said still applies -- it's a parsing problem.

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