[chuck-users] declaration oddity...

Kassen signal.automatique at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 13:19:20 EDT 2009


> Dunno if this is a bug or a feature.  Seems odd, though.  Can someone
> explain what's going on?

Yes, that seems like a bug.

It's interesting how it only seems to affect g_y, which is the second
declared array (and so the first one not declared in a  bog standard
way). I'd imagine this is yet another case of object types in arrays
not being kept proper track of but oddly it seems that the type is
properly kept track of when we do this;

float foo[], bar[];

It's only when we add assignment to the mix that the issues arrise

I did some more tests and it seems like a initiation issue.

Look at this;

class Test
	<<<"hi, my name is", this, "and i'm initiated">>>;

Test foo[2];                          //this is fine
Test bar[1], baz[1];           //hands up who wants to crash!

File under; type and initialisation of arrays, a remarkably large category.


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