[PATCH] rvalue reference implementation for C++0x
Gabriel Dos Reis
Sun Mar 11 11:59:00 GMT 2007
"Doug Gregor" <email@example.com> writes:
| > I think it is better to create a new type in the C++ front-end
| I'd recommend against this. Lvalue references and rvalue references in
| C++0x are identical in nearly every aspect, except that they behave
| differently for template argument deduction and have slightly
| different overloading behavior.
That sounds to me as if it is best represented as a distinct type node.
Distinct notions should get distinct type nodes; each time the C++
front end violates that principle, it came back biting fiercely in
terms of complexity and bugs.
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