Compile-time evaluation of real expressions?
H. S. Teoh
hsteoh at quickfur.ath.cx
Fri Jan 6 14:21:00 PST 2012
As I understand it, compile-time execution *should* be able to evaluate
floating-point functions, correct? Currently, I have this code:
private static real cross_angles = [
But the compiler is complaining:
/mnt/1/usr/include/d2/4.6/std/math.d:623: Error: asm statements cannot be interpreted at compile time
/mnt/1/usr/include/d2/4.6/std/math.d:591: Error: cannot evaluate atan2(x,1.0e+0L) at compile time
Is this an artifact of using gdc-4.6 instead of dmd? Or are certain
floating-point functions not allowed in compile-time expressions?
P.S. I just starting learning and using D recently -- and totally loving
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