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The supplied code does not compile with VC++ 2015 RTM (v19.00.23026) or v19.00.23106, but compiles cleanly with recent versions of Clang and GCC. If the line marked `#1` is changed to the following th…
Created on 7/22/2015 (updated 6 weeks ago) | 1 validation | 0 workarounds | 1 comment | feedback id: 1579334  | 
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The supplied code does not compile with VC++ 2015 RTM (v19.00.23026) or v19.00.23106 with the lines marked `#1` or `#2` uncommented; with the lines marked `#3`, `#4`, `#5`, or `#6` uncommented, the co…
Created on 7/22/2015 (updated 6 weeks ago) | 1 validation | 0 workarounds | 1 comment | feedback id: 1579322  | 
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The supplied code does not compile with VC++ 2015 RTM (v19.00.23026) or v19.00.23106. Note that if the line marked `#1` is changed to either explicit constexpr foo(std::nullptr_t) : ptr() { } o…
Created on 7/22/2015 (updated 1 week ago) | 4 validations | 0 workarounds | 2 comments | feedback id: 1579279  | 
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With VC++ 2015 RTM (v19.00.23026) and v19.00.23106 the supplied code yields compiler errors for both `x` and `y`: "error C2131: expression did not evaluate to a constant". Likely related to this ot…
Created on 7/21/2015 (updated 2 days ago) | 1 validation | 0 workarounds | 2 comments | feedback id: 1572056  | 
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The supplied code causes an ICE with VC++ 2015 RTM (v19.00.23026) and v19.00.23106. Changing `char const* ptr` to `char const* const ptr` in the constructor fixes the ICE (though the code fails to com…
Created on 7/21/2015 (updated 6 weeks ago) | 1 validation | 0 workarounds | 1 comment | feedback id: 1571950  | 
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The supplied code fails to compile with VC++ 2015 RTM (v19.00.23026) and v19.00.23106. The code compiles cleanly with recent clang and gcc, and this is a regression as it also compiled cleanly with VC…
Created on 7/20/2015 (updated 4 weeks ago) | 1 validation | 0 workarounds | 2 comments | feedback id: 1571612  | 
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For `constexpr` variables, IntelliSense reflects the variable as merely `const`. E.g. `constexpr int foo = 42;` shows in IS as `const int foo = 42`. For `constexpr` and `noexcept` functions, IntelliS…
Created on 7/4/2015 (updated 6 weeks ago) | 1 validation | 0 workarounds | 4 comments | feedback id: 1508524  | 
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[Until the attachment shows up, the relevant code can be found here: http://coliru.stacked-crooked.com/a/a66440c13c3afa84] In some hobby code in VC++ 2013, I had need of `std::integer_sequence<>` and…
Created on 7/2/2015 (updated 6 weeks ago) | 1 validation | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 1499922  | 
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Given the following code: ////////////////// CODE BEGIN ////////////////// #include <cstddef> #include <type_traits> #include <array> #include <iostream> template<typename T, T... Ns> inline constex…
Created on 7/2/2015 (updated 2 days ago) | 1 validation | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 1498733  | 
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Given the following code: ////////////////// CODE BEGIN ////////////////// #include <cstddef> #include <type_traits> #include <array> #include <iostream> int main() { constexpr std::ar…
Created on 7/2/2015 (updated 6 weeks ago) | 1 validation | 0 workarounds | 2 comments | feedback id: 1497236  | 
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