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go/types, types2: for -lang=go1.20, type inference doesn't work for partially instantiated functions #60346

griesemer opened this issue May 22, 2023 · 1 comment


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griesemer commented May 22, 2023

// -lang=go1.20

package p

func F[P any, Q *P](p P) {}

var _ = F[int]

func G[R any](func(R)) {}

func _() {
	G(F[int]) // ERROR implicitly instantiated function as argument requires go1.21 or later

This used to work.

(Example courtesy of @findleyr.)

@griesemer griesemer added this to the Go1.21 milestone May 22, 2023
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Change mentions this issue: go/types, types2: keep inferring type arguments from constraints for -lang < go1.21

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