--- Comment #2 from Jonathan M Davis <> 2011-08-02 12:45:15 
PDT ---
Okay. It looks like immutable constructors only apply to when the struct or
class itself that you're constructing is immutable. So, this should definitely
compile. And it does on the current version of the compiler. So, if it doesn't
compile on 2.054, then this it was fixed since the release. I'd close it, but
we might want it end the changelog, so it's probably better that someone who
actually works on the compiler closes the bug. Regardless, it works with the
latest version of the compiler, so 2.055 shouldn't have this bug.

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