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Re: [C++ Patch] PR 48630 (PR 31423)


On 10/20/2011 02:00 AM, Gabriel Dos Reis wrote:
I believe the effect of your new patch is that if will
always emit the suggest "did you forget "()"?" for member functions,
even in the case where the current suggestion is correct.
Using the type context would prevent that regression.
If you could give some guidance about the way to implement this, I may try over the next few days, otherwise probably I will have to give up for now (I assigned myself other PRs already), but it would be a pity, this PR has been reported 2 times by different people, apparently it's quite misleading. Anyway, I'm not assigned to the bug, even if I will not be able to actually help, it would be nice if you could attach to the audit trail a couple of nasty examples beyond what already considered in the analyses therein (both PRs)

Thanks!
Paolo.


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