On Sat, 2016-09-17 at 05:56 +0000, michele.dioni...@gmail.com wrote:
> Parameter is unowned by default. So when you print a it point to an
> object aleady free.

You are right. Thank you for pointing out
this trap.

I agree with you that the compiler should warn
about this. I thought that 'unowned' is like
bare pointers; if you use them, you take care of
memory, not the compiler. But this default
unowned means that the compiler must be
responsible, not the programmer.

Nice day
Nor Jaidi Tuah

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