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Bit-fields and enumerators - by Aaron J Ballman
[class.bit]p4 states, in part: If the value of an enumerator is stored into a bit-field of the same enumeration type and the number of bits in the bit-field is large enough to hold all the values o…
Created on 1/20/2015 (updated 1 week ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 1 comment | feedback id: 1094809  | 
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[dcl.link]p7 states, "A declaration directly contained in a linkage-specification is treated as if it contains the extern specifier (7.1.1) for the purpose of determining the linkage of the declare…
Created on 1/6/2015 (updated 3 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 1 comment | feedback id: 1077999  | 
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ICE with placement new - by Aaron J Ballman
The code (in steps to reproduce) causes an ICE.
Created on 11/5/2014 (updated 7 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 1 comment | feedback id: 1022215  | 
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[expr.new]p22 documents how to lookup a placement deallocation function compared to a usual deallocation function, and gives the example: struct S { // Placement allocation function: static void*…
Created on 10/27/2014 (updated 13 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 1 comment | feedback id: 1012946  | 
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According to [except.handle]p14 states: "If a return statement appears in a handler of the function-try-block of a constructor, the program is ill-formed." Intellisense correctly flags a return…
Created on 10/21/2014 (updated 10 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 1 comment | feedback id: 1007373  | 
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The non-trivial destructor for this class is being called a second time, despite the fact that the class is only constructed once.
Created on 6/20/2014 (updated 23 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 2 comments | feedback id: 901307  | 
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Copying non-copyable temporaries - by Aaron J Ballman
When explicitly deleting copy and move operations (constructors and operator=), you can still get a move operation when involving a temporary.
Created on 6/20/2014 (updated 27 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 2 comments | feedback id: 901141  | 
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Attempting to instantiate std::uniform_int_distribution with a char triggers a static_assert claiming that char is an invalid template argument. However, the standard merely insists that an integer be…
Created on 4/18/2014 (updated 40 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 4 comments | feedback id: 856484  | 
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Range-based for loops without a compound statement get confused by do/while loops and emit a diagnostic for valid code. This fails to compile: for (auto I : something) do {} while (0); This co…
Created on 4/16/2014 (updated 38 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 855078  | 
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When using a fully-covered switch statement, a potentially unitialized pointer false-positive can be generated. This is not really a bug so much as a possible QoI improvement.
Created on 4/11/2014 (updated 10 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 851097  | 
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