objects inhibit specialization directive
|Created on||May 30, 2008 14:19|
|Resolved on||Jun 01, 2008 05:22|
Created an attachment (id=472) source code It is impossible to enforce sprecializations for functions that make use of objects. What happens is that the object transformation does not affect the specializations and therefore the specializer thinks that these are different (non overloaded) functions! rev 15709 of the compiler gives the following on error message for the attached program: ABORT: line 2 file: tutu.sac ABORT: No definition found for a function "_MAIN::foo" that accepts an ABORT: argument of type "int" as parameter no 1. Full argument types are "( ABORT: int)".
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