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Test case attached. When cleaning up the Dispatch overlay for Linux I observed that a typealias for a closure type did not pick up the default @NoEscape annotation. As a result, the attached test case does not compile (but should).
cc @milseman. The actual behavior we want here is that @escaping is a property of the parameter, not the function type, but we don't currently allow you to write @escaping on typealiases. I think there's another JIRA or Radar for that.
I thought this was an actual bug, but in fact in TypeCheckType.cpp, we resolve function types differently if they appear inside another function context. This seems inconsistent and weird. It would be better to allow @escaping on type alias types, as Jordan said.