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Re: compilation with clang

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: compilation with clang
Date: Sat, 03 Nov 2018 20:00:08 +0100
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Werner LEMBERG <address@hidden> writes:

>>> Looking around in the internet it seems that this is a real
>>> problem, violating the C++11 standard, cf.
>>> Unfortunately, I'm completely stuck with a fix – my C++ knowledge
>>> is simply too limited.  Anyone here who could help?
>> I thought that they had fixed this.
> Well, the comments in the above link say that the stackexchange
> example is buggy and that there isn't a bug in clang, cf.
>> Rewriting this in a manner not relying on the C++11 (and earlier
>> IIRC) resolution rules is not all that feasible: this is really
>> heavily making use of it.  You'd have to do the whole method finding
>> business in a completely different manner.
> Are you *sure* that lilypond's code conforms to C++11?

I had read the standard on this after the first report.  It was pretty
clear I thought.  We had a discussion then.  I think that Mojca reported
it then, maybe you can look this up.

> Could you extract a MWE so that I can create a question on
> stackexchange?

What would that be good for?

David Kastrup

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