On 30 October 2011 16:05, Matt Neuburg <email@hidden> wrote:
> On Sun, 30 Oct 2011 08:46:02 -0700, Kyle Sluder <email@hidden> said:
>>On Oct 30, 2011, at 8:15 AM, Matt Neuburg <email@hidden> wrote:
>>> And this is legal:
>>> id ref = (id)[[UIImage imageNamed:@"boat.gif"] CGImage];
>>> self.view.layer.contents = ref;
>>It's my understanding that this shouldn't compile under ARC.
> Well, it does. Try it... It surprised me too.
> Of course that could be a bug. And in that case the third case is also a bug, since we're casting to id and assigning to something typed as id (layer.contents).
> But anyhow, that's exactly my question.
It is entirely plausible that after CSE that becomes just
self.view.layer.contents = (id)[[UIImage imageNamed:@"boat.gif"] CGImage];
So, in effect you're not doing anything "funky" that would confuse
compiler's ARC. In the latter case, you are actually doing "funky"
stuff and the compiler can't work out your "intentions"...
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