--- Comment #14 from Jonathan M Davis <> 2012-09-21 21:10:52 
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> This is not already true for nested structs.

Well, that's disgusting. There are way too many special cases here. I'd vote to
just make S() identical to S.init even with nested structs. It's more
consistent that way, especially since you can't have a default constructor
making it so that S() can't possible refer to a default constructor.

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