On Monday, 19 February 2018 at 08:28:22 UTC, aliak wrote:
T is the wrapped type. So if T has a member (in the example
it's the built in field "max") then forward that.
Oh, I see what you mean.
So the problem is that built in types don't have "members" per
se, they have "magic". The built in properties don't count to
`hasMember`. You could probably do `if(__traits(compiles,
mixin("a." ~ member))` though.
I assume this should work because rules for alias this (as I
understand) are to basically try if there's a member name that
resolves the call, else forward to alias this.
yeah, just built in properties/members don't pass the same
existence checks so that's confusing your template constraint.