On Saturday, 10 February 2018 at 01:23:20 UTC, Ali Çehreli wrote:
> Yup. They are shared by two Typedef instantiations with
> The question is two-fold:
> Would it help to alter the init value of the Typedef?
> If yes, how to alter it?
> If no, is this a bug?
I think this is a limitation of Typedef.
I can't see a way out (at least one that can support any type
E). It should be possible if you can modify E but I can't work
something out now.
Ah... From your hint I arrived at the following:
Inside of the struct E I define more then one static array.
Namely, one for each Typedef I plan to instantiate. The Typedefs
have to be known at compile time, so the amount of them has to be
known by me :)
Then, during the initialization, I work only with one of the
arrays of E, depending on the Typedef I use.
During the work inside of E, the object will have to check, which
array was initialized and cooperate with this array, as this is
the only possibility.
As a workaround this will work, I think... Thanks!
Nevertheless, I would file a bug later on... all ideas are
appreciated in the meanwhile.