Containers.Generic_Constrained_Array_Sort? They appear to be entirely identical in function.
with'd by an external library unit
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I am trying to specify a series of discontinuous indices for an array:
subtype PIN_SEL_Index is Positive with Static_Predicate => PIN_SEL_Index in 0 .. 4 | 7 | 9 | 10;
The compiler complains:
error: subtype "PINSEL_Register_Index" has predicate, not allowed as index subtype
Is there a reason why this isn't allowed? Is there an alternative?
Just an update, the alire installer I've been working on compiles and installs Alire on
I still need to test it on a couple other versions of linux + freebsd, but I should have something on github shortly for more people to test.
The defining_identifiers of all body_stubs that appear immediately within a particular declarative_part shall be distinct.
So you can't two overloading subprograms to be subunits.