January 27, 2006
Attached sample program illustrates the problem clearly. everything works fine if the nested structs are not named. For example if you remove the BAR tag on the first nested struct then .sizeof works fine.

Chris


January 31, 2006
Chris Lajoie schrieb am 2006-01-27:
> Attached sample program illustrates the problem clearly. everything works fine if the nested structs are not named. For example if you remove the BAR tag on the first nested struct then .sizeof works fine.

No bug.

FOO.BAR is a type and thus doesn't require any memory within FOO.

try:

# struct FOO{
#       ...
#       BAR b;
# }

Thomas

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