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Re: Mistake in C++ ABI substitution rules?
>>>>> "Carlo" == Carlo Wood <email@example.com> writes:
> // The ABI specifies for pointer-to-member function types the format <Q>M<T>F<R><B>E. In other words,
> // the qualifier <Q2> (see above) is implicitely contained in <T> instead of explicitly part of the M
> // format. I am convinced that this is a bug in the ABI.
No, it was just a bug in g++, which I fixed a couple of weeks ago. Now Q2
modifies the function type, rather than the class type.