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#nullable enable causes bogus cycle in struct layout error #32934

MrTrillian opened this Issue Jan 30, 2019 · 1 comment


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MrTrillian commented Jan 30, 2019

Version Used: VS2019 Preview 2

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Create a new .NET core C# library project
  2. Change the C# language version to 8.0
  3. Type the following code
#nullable enable
struct Foo<T>
	static Foo<T> Bar;

Expected Behavior: Code compiles fine whether or not #nullable enable is used
Actual Behavior: With #nullable enable the compiler emits this error:

Error CS0523: Struct member 'Foo<T>.Bar' of type 'Foo<T>' causes a cycle in the struct layout


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fitdev commented Feb 23, 2019

Happens in VS2019 Preview 3 as well.

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