I have this code:
var x *t = & .... some more code fmt.Printf("%v, %v\n", x, x == nil)
and it prints this:
I should have taken the problem out of the whole thing, but it’s quite a big one. It’s a pointer, it’s probably null because it also raises an exception when it’s referenced. But I can’t check for null and can’t be true. In what case would this happen?
Sorry, got it. If gcflacs was set to -B and got the pointer from a bad location.
Still, I wish it had told me something more “true”.