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D.gnu - [Bug 179] New: invalid code generation with -O2 for method returning

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            Bug ID: 179
           Summary: invalid code generation with -O2 for method returning
           Product: GDC
           Version: 4.9.x
          Hardware: x86
                OS: Linux
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: Normal
         Component: gdc
          Assignee: ibuclaw gdcproject.org
          Reporter: ketmar ketmar.no-ip.org

the following code works with -O0, but segfaults with -O2.

the expected output (-O0 is ok):
emit: me=B743FFF8
addS: me=B743FFF8

output with -O2:
emit: me=B73ECFF8
addS: me=BFAC86B8

the thing is that both addresses MUST be the same, and they are with -O0. but
with -O2 second address is completely wrong.

this works:
# gdc -o z00_gdc -O0 z00.d && ./z00_gdc
and this segfaults:
# gdc -o z00_gdc -O2 z00.d && ./z00_gdc

the code:
=== z00.d ===
import std.stdio;

struct Signal(Args...) {
  RestrictedSignal!(Args) mRestricted;

  alias restricted this;

  void emit (Args args)  trusted { mRestricted.mImpl.emit(args); }
   property ref RestrictedSignal!(Args) restricted ()  trusted { return
mRestricted; }

struct RestrictedSignal(Args...) {
  SignalImpl mImpl;

  void connect(string method, ClassType) (ClassType obj)  trusted
  //if (is(ClassType == class) && __traits(compiles, {void delegate (Args) dg =
    mImpl.addSlot(obj, cast(void delegate ())mixin("&obj."~method));

private struct SignalImpl {
   disable this (this);
   disable void opAssign (SignalImpl other);

  void emit(Args...) (Args args) {
    writeln("emit: me=", &this);

  void addSlot (Object obj, void delegate () dg) {
    writeln("addS: me=", &this);

class MyObject {
  ref RestrictedSignal!(string, int) valueChanged () { return valueChangedSg; }
  private Signal!(string, int) valueChangedSg;

   property void value (int v) {
    valueChangedSg.emit("setting new value", v);

class Observer {
  void watch (string msg, int i) {}

void main () {
  auto a = new MyObject;
  auto o = new Observer;

  a.value = 3;

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