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SubjectRe: sparse segfaults
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> I suspect (but don't have any real argument to back that up) is that the
> gcc "extended lvalues" fell out as a side effect from how gcc ended up
> doing some random semantic tree parsing, and it wasn't really "designed"
> per se, as much as just a random implementation detail. Then somebody
> noticed it, and said "cool" and documented it.

Generalized lvalues have been removed. Check out
http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2004-11/msg00604.html

All the best,

Duncan.
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