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Unifier throws away pattern #2896

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UlfNorell opened this Issue Jan 12, 2018 · 0 comments

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UlfNorell commented Jan 12, 2018

data Nat : Set where
  zero : Nat
  suc  : Nat  Nat

data I : Set where
  _,_ : Nat  Nat  I

data D : I → Set where
  d :  i  D i

foo :  x y  D (x , y)  Nat
foo _ _ (d (suc m , suc n)) = n  -- panic: unbound variable n
foo x y _ = zero

The unifier throws away the suc patterns and returns foo x y d .(x, y). This is fixed by the lhs refactoring in #2866.

If you don't use n in the right-hand side you get an "unreachable clause" error on the second clause instead.

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