Core dump parse D in Doxygen 1.8.11

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Core dump parse D in Doxygen 1.8.11

Nick MacDonald
Hey Dimitri:

I have not posted here in a long, long time, but I hope I am doing
this right.  I am trying to help my friend who is having trouble with
using Doxygen with D for the first time.  He's using the latest DMD
and so the latest D language features, I don't know if that is the
source of the problem. I created a Doxyfile for him, edited it to
include undocumented members and some other obvious changes, and then
ran doxygen and it crashes with a segfault.  Here's some info to help
maybe lead to the problem, although you can follow up with me in
person if you need more specific details or the actual code.

If I comment in the line:  loadedScenes[SceneEnum.TITLESCENE]   = new
TitleScene(); this causes the segfault.  I ran in in gdb and did a
backtrace, which is included.  There is a snippit from scene.d


Doxygen 1.8.11 on Fedora 24

Parsing file /home/nick/hz/src/scene/scene.d...

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x00005555558167e2 in QCString::operator+=(char const*) ()
(gdb) backtrace
#0  0x00005555558167e2 in QCString::operator+=(char const*) ()
#1  0x0000555555a9e13f in scannerYYlex() ()
#2  0x0000555555aa97f9 in CLanguageScanner::parseInput(char const*,
char const*, Entry*, bool, QStrList&) ()
#3  0x00005555557dc8d4 in parseFiles(Entry*, EntryNav*) ()
#4  0x000055555580efe4 in parseInput() ()
#5  0x00005555557bf7b9 in main ()

immutable enum SceneEnum {

private {
   GameScene[SceneEnum] loadedScenes;
   SceneEnum activeScene;

shared static this() {
/* Commenting this back in causes a coredump in Doxygen
   loadedScenes[SceneEnum.TITLESCENE]   = new TitleScene();
   loadedScenes[SceneEnum.SELECTSCENE]  = new SelectScene();
   loadedScenes[SceneEnum.LOADSCENE]    = new LoadScene();
   loadedScenes[SceneEnum.PLAYINGSCENE] = new PlayingScene();
   activeScene = SceneEnum.TITLESCENE;

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