In the attached testcase, g++ treats ::f as non-dependent even though the call
has type-dependent arguments. I think this is wrong, and the EDG compiler
agrees with me, though the standard seems to say that only function names that
are plain identifiers can be dependent names.
This breaks OpenOffice.
Created attachment 6252 [details]
This is a dup of bug 15144 which GDR says that 3.4.0 is correct behavior. Read Giovanni Bajo's
explaination also his is really clear about why this is invalid code.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 15144 ***