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Re: [PATCH] rvalue reference implementation for C++0x


Doug Gregor wrote:
On 5/25/07, Jason Merrill <jason@redhat.com> wrote:
write_type: We still need to establish a standard mangling for this.
I've poked the abi list again.

<type> ::= S <type> # rvalue reference-to


?

I just sent another mail to the abi list about this, suggesting we could just use RR.


tsubst: We generally don't control DR resolution behavior changes with
flag_cpp0x; my impression has been that the flag is intended for
controlling new features.

It's intended to process C++0x rather than C++98/03. The DR in question (DR 106) came after TC1, and is in the C++0x Working Paper... so it should only apply in C++0x mode. The DR is here... it's marked "WP", not "TC1":

I think it should apply to the default mode, whatever that is. Perhaps have a strict c++98 mode that works differently.


Jason


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