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compiler asserts unreachable when fn return type is 'var' #758

tgschultz opened this Issue Feb 8, 2018 · 2 comments


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tgschultz commented Feb 8, 2018

const warn = @import("std").debug.warn;

fn func() var
    return i32(10);

test "return var" {
    var x = func();
    warn("{}\n", x);

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andrewrk commented Feb 8, 2018

See #447

in the mean time a compile error would be friendlier than an assertion failure.

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@andrewrk andrewrk added this to the 0.2.0 milestone Feb 8, 2018

@andrewrk andrewrk closed this in 6b5cfd9 Mar 7, 2018


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andrewrk commented Mar 7, 2018

Now this example gives:

/home/andy/dev/zig/build/test.zig:3:1: error: TODO implement inferred return types
fn func() var {

#447 is currently scheduled for 0.4.0.

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