[cfe-dev] (Unexpected) Method type
rideau3 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 10 14:42:01 PST 2010
On 01/10/2010 03:39 PM, Sean Hunt wrote:
> On 01/10/2010 01:44 PM, Sebastian Redl wrote:
>> But again, this is (or in the case of Clang, should be) rejected far
>> earlier, namely at __typeof(h). GCC complains that the type of the
>> member function is unknown. In other words, you're not allowed to apply
>> typeof to a member function. I'll have to check what C++0x says about
>> decltype, but I suspect it's the same thing.
> (I sent a message with much the same content to Abramo but forgot to
> send it to the list)
> C++0x decltype has no special provisions for member functions.
> ([dcl.type.simple]). clang implements this correctly, both Comeau and
> GCC crash. I suspect that the whole 'type is unknown' bit on __typeof is
> really a GCC bug rather than an intentional design decision, meaning
> that clang is correct in mirroring decltype's behavior.
And, of course, I then go and send it to the wrong list...
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