Summary: --inline option fails for complex expressions
--- Comment #0 from Russel Winder <rus...@winder.org.uk> 2012-04-15 08:45:43
Ignoring all issues of whether the code is good code or even idiomatic code, I
am getting compilation problem with using --inline on complex expressions.
So, for example,
works fine without --inline but with it fails with:
pi_d2_parallelMapSequentialReduce.d(32): Error: function
std.parallelism.TaskPool.amap!(partialSum).amap!(Result).amap cannot get frame
pointer to execute
However, perhaps more problematic is that
work fine without the --inline option but fail with it giving the error:
Internal error: toir.c 178
It is not clear whether this latter is at all related to the former.
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