c++/7917: ICE on ilegal code

Reichelt reichelt@igpm.rwth-aachen.de
Sun Oct 27 07:38:00 GMT 2002


before the ICE g++ emits an error message, so that we'll see a
"confused by earlier errors, bailing out" message instead in the release
version (as in gcc 3.1 for example).

However, gcc 3.0.x and gcc 2.95.x could handle this situation without
such a message. So this is a slight regression.

BTW, here's a slightly cleaned-up testcase:

----------------------snip here-------------------------
struct A
    int i;
    void foo() = 0 {} // illegal!!!

    A() : i(0) {}
----------------------snip here-------------------------



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