Summary: is(int*==int*); and template X(T : int*=int*) should
--- Comment #0 from timon.g...@gmx.ch 2011-09-01 10:04:51 PDT ---
is(int*==int*) / template X(T : int*=int*) do not compile because they are
is ( int *= = int *)
template X ( T : int *= int * )
The parser could explicitly check for the *= = token combination / the *=
What this would add is that the compiler can actually parse all programs
generated from the D grammar. It would solve a similar language problem C++98
had with the X<Y<int>>.
I think this should not add more than 10 LOC to the parser in total.
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