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go/types: Assigning nil to variable of struct type results in INTERNAL PANIC: unreachable #5800

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dominikh opened this issue Jun 27, 2013 · 4 comments
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@dominikh dominikh commented Jun 27, 2013

What steps will reproduce the problem?
If possible, include a link to a program on play.golang.org.
1. Download attached files demo.go and broken.go into the same directory
2. go run demo.go
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What is the expected output?
Expected handling of the error, not an internal panic

What do you see instead?
convertUntyped(x = nil (constant nil), target = struct{})
INTERNAL PANIC: unreachable

(See attached log for complete stacktrace)

Attachments:

  1. demo.go (358 bytes)
  2. broken.go (52 bytes)
  3. log.log (2395 bytes)
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@robpike robpike commented Jun 27, 2013

Comment 1:

Labels changed: added priority-soon, removed priority-triage.

Owner changed to @tul-project.

Status changed to Accepted.

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@dominikh dominikh commented Jun 27, 2013

Comment 2:

Is that really the correct owner?

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@minux minux commented Jun 27, 2013

Comment 3:

Owner changed to @griesemer.

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@griesemer griesemer commented Jun 27, 2013

Comment 4:

This issue was closed by revision golang/tools@69c2974.

Status changed to Fixed.

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