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    • Martijn Vervoort's avatar
      1985edde
    • Martijn Vervoort's avatar
      bug fixes: · 30b1b7f2
      Martijn Vervoort authored
      - unused dynamics in where/let clauses do not cause a rule doesn't match
        error in overloading.icl instead they are ignored
      - default behaviour changed e.g.
      
      f (i :: Int, j :: Int) = abort "Int"
      f (r :: Real, s :: Real) = abort "Real"
      f _ = abort "stop"
      
      The compiler first matched on the tuple and then did the dynamic pattern
      matches. But the last match did not call the last (default) alternative if it
      did not match.
      - some small changes
      30b1b7f2
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    • Martin Wierich's avatar
      solving the problem of strict aliases. Now a strict alias · f77b65b4
      Martin Wierich authored
        #! x = y
      
      will be transformed into
      
        #! x = _dummyForStrictAlias y
      
      while checking. The new predefined symbol _dummyForStrictAlias has
      the type of the identity function. This application will be removed
      in the backend conversion phase. In this case x and y will simply get
      the same sequence number (see module backendpreprocess). Then the
      binding can be ignored.
      f77b65b4
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    • Martin Wierich's avatar
      Added just a comment (beginning with "XXX") that indicates a change that has to be made · f8d61ae7
      Martin Wierich authored
      to solve the following bug:
      
      f
        # x = undef
        #! y = x
        | True
          = 2
        = y
      
      After checking this will be like
      
      f
        # x = undef
        | True
          = 2
        = x
      
      To really solve this bug we have to invent something new, because aliases
      like (#! y = x) are _not_ allowed. We could either introduce a dummy identity function:
      
      f
        # x = undef
        #! y = dummy_id x
        | True
          = 2
        = y
      
      or we could introduce constructs like
      
      f
        # x = undef
        #! y
        | True
          = 2
        = y
      f8d61ae7
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