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save-analysis: Nest typeck tables when processing functions/methods #64250

merged 7 commits into from Sep 16, 2019

save-analysis: Use process_bounds when processing opaque impl item type

...since the code is literally the same and does the same thing.
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Xanewok committed Sep 13, 2019
commit b4151dd3211f4a9e8f980994a094f4b85149cd46
@@ -1109,11 +1109,7 @@ impl<'l, 'tcx> DumpVisitor<'l, 'tcx> {
// FIXME: uses of the assoc type should ideally point to this
// 'def' and the name here should be a ref to the def in the
// trait.
for bound in bounds.iter() {
if let ast::GenericBound::Trait(trait_ref, _) = bound {
self.process_path(trait_ref.trait_ref.ref_id, &trait_ref.trait_ref.path)
ast::ImplItemKind::Macro(_) => {}
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