ZScript Syntax for referring to an inner type is broken

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ZScript Syntax for referring to an inner type is broken

Postby Gutawer » Wed Feb 02, 2022 5:03 pm

Types like .Outer.Inner in ZScript aren't handled properly and appear to just look at the first element in the dottable_id. Making this syntax work properly would be pretty useful as right now it makes inner types fairly hard to use and often not worth bothering with.

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class Outer {
    struct Inner {}
    int m;
    int f(.Outer.Inner x) { return x.m; }

This code shouldn't really be expected to compile as it tries to access a thing that doesn't exist on Inner, but the function is actually compiled as referring to the wrong type (namely Outer) so it works with wrong behaviour.
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