c++/10845: [3.3/3.4 regression] template member function (getting a nested template as paramter) cannot be called anymore if another unrelated template member funciton is defined.

giovannibajo@libero.it giovannibajo@libero.it
Sun May 18 21:06:00 GMT 2003


Old Synopsis: `template method` not matched in template class
New Synopsis: [3.3/3.4 regression] template member function (getting a nested template as paramter) cannot be called anymore if another unrelated template member funciton is defined.

State-Changed-From-To: open->analyzed
State-Changed-By: bajo
State-Changed-When: Sun May 18 19:51:45 2003
State-Changed-Why:
    Confirmed. The funny thing about this bug is that if you
    remove the member functions g() and h(), the call to f()
    succeeds.
    I rate this as a regression because the above snippet
    without h() compiles with 2.95 but fails on 3.x. The snippet
    provided by the poster fails also with 2.95, but it's the
    opposite problem: it manages to call f() but not g() and 
    h().

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