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Visual C++ Template error

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I'm quite sure I've found a compiler error and a workaround for it. So I post it here just in case someone will need it.
void func0(int) {}

//typedef int int_alias; //with this line it compiles OK
#define int_alias int //with this line it generates an error (see below)

template <void (*problem_symbol)(int_alias)>
void func(int i) {}

template <typename T>
void func2(int i = -1) {}

void func2<float>(int i)
    //error C2383: 'problem_symbol' : default-arguments are not allowed on this symbol

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