middle-end/10451: (3.2.2) ICE on mutable definitions of iterators

Giovanni Bajo giovannibajo@libero.it
Tue Apr 22 14:34:00 GMT 2003


Reduced snippet is:
struct Bar
    typedef int type;

struct Foo
    void func(void)
        mutable Bar::type x;
pr10451.cpp: In member function `void Foo::func()':
pr10451.cpp:10: Internal compiler error in grokdeclarator, at
Please submit a full bug report,

The code is illegal, but we should not ICE anyway. This is a 3.2/3.3/3.4
regression wrt to 2.95 which was giving a normal error message.
For the original poster: your code is illegal because mutable may not be
used to define local variables.

Giovanni Bajo

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