[PATCH] __attribute__((enable_if)) and non-overloaded member functions

Ettore Speziale speziale.ettore at gmail.com
Tue May 26 13:20:08 PDT 2015


the attached patch fixes the case where __attribute__((enable_if)) is sticked to a member function with no overloads. It seems that in these case clang does not execute the code about overload resolution which contains the check about __attribute__((enable_if)). Hence it would be possible to use a function protected by __attribute__((enable_if)) even if the __attribute__((enable_if)) predicate is false.

Ettore Speziale

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