Gneric linkedList range adaptor
Ruby The Roobster
rubytheroobster at yandex.com
Fri Feb 10 23:52:48 UTC 2023
On Friday, 10 February 2023 at 23:39:11 UTC, Ruby The Roobster
> The problem is that Node.next is not, and cannot be `static`.
> Thus, there is no way for you to pass it as an alias template
> parameter, and this should be considered a compiler bug that
> this doesn't error out.
Nevermind, I'm an absolute idiot. The first works, it uses
Node.next in the context of this.current. The second should also
work, T is of type Node*.
This seems to be a bug with the compiler, it automatically infers
function attributes by default before evaluating whether the
function actually works with said inferred attributes.
Your __traits(child) solution doesn't work, because T is a type,
not a variable.
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