Detect uninitialized class var access

rassoc rassoc at
Sat Sep 24 13:17:19 UTC 2022

Recently I refactored some old code of mine, now utilizing classes instead structs, and I got hit 
by an uninitialized variable access pattern similar to the simplified example below.

How can we easily spot this? What other switches and safeguards are there?

 > dmd -dip1000 -debug -g -w

just crashes with `Error: program killed by signal 11` on linux and nothing else.

import std;


class Foo { int x; }

void main() {
     Foo f; // = new Foo;

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