[PATCH] D38320: [clang] Fix serializers for `TypeTemplateParmDecl` + related types

Steve O'Brien via Phabricator via cfe-commits cfe-commits at lists.llvm.org
Tue Jul 31 19:43:33 PDT 2018

elsteveogrande added inline comments.

Comment at: lib/Serialization/ASTReaderDecl.cpp:3448-3456
       if (!inheritDefaultTemplateArgument(Context, FTTP, ToParam))
     } else if (auto *FNTTP = dyn_cast<NonTypeTemplateParmDecl>(FromParam)) {
       if (!inheritDefaultTemplateArgument(Context, FNTTP, ToParam))
     } else {
       if (!inheritDefaultTemplateArgument(
rsmith wrote:
> The idea is to reconstruct the 'inherited default template argument' information when we read a template declaration and find it's a redeclaration of another one, rather than serializing it and deserializing it. (In particular, if an imported template redeclares a non-imported template or a template imported from an unrelated module, it won't know that the prior declaration had a default argument because it doesn't know what the prior declaration was.)
> The problem with our implementation of that idea is these `break`s: we're (incorrectly) assuming that a template parameter cannot have a default argument if there's a later template parameter that does not have one.
> I removed the `break`s in r338438, and it fixed your testcase (which I committed alongside that change). Can you check to see if that also fixes the original problem from which this was reduced? Thanks!
Thanks @rsmith!  It sounds like that ought to do it.  We'll try again on our end and let you know.  Thanks for the quick fix!

  rC Clang


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