Bug 57857 - argument of decltype used by no return value warning
Summary: argument of decltype used by no return value warning
Status: UNCONFIRMED
Alias: None
Product: gcc
Classification: Unclassified
Component: c++ (show other bugs)
Version: 4.9.0
: P3 normal
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Reported: 2013-07-09 02:42 UTC by David Krauss
Modified: 2013-07-09 19:11 UTC (History)
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Description David Krauss 2013-07-09 02:42:12 UTC
The following program complains that "declval() must not be used!" in a static assertion if -Wall is passed. But declval() is only present in the unevaluated context of a decltype specifier.

The issue seems to be linked to the generation of the warning message. But the warning message will be present without the static_assert if the function has more than one exit point, such as if(0) throw; or if(0) return; (the latter using -fpermissive).


#include <utility>

template <typename U>
auto foo() -> decltype(std::declval<U>() + std::declval<U>());

template <typename T>
decltype(foo<T>()) bar(T) {
//  if ( 0 ) throw;
}

int main()
{ bar(1); }
Comment 1 David Krauss 2013-07-09 02:45:59 UTC
Narrowing down the cause, the statement { 0; } silences the error but { void(0); } does not.