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// RUN: %clang_cc1 -std=c++1z -verify %s -triple x86_64-unknown-unknown
struct S;
typedef void Nothrow() noexcept;
typedef void Throw();
Nothrow *a;
Throw *b;
Nothrow S::*c;
Throw S::*d;
void test() {
a = b; // expected-error {{assigning to 'Nothrow *' (aka 'void (*)() noexcept') from incompatible type 'Throw *' (aka 'void (*)()'): different exception specifications}}
b = a;
c = d; // expected-error {{assigning to 'Nothrow S::*' from incompatible type 'Throw S::*': different exception specifications}}
d = c;
// Function pointer conversions do not combine properly with qualification conversions.
// FIXME: This seems like a defect.
Nothrow *const *pa = b; // expected-error {{cannot initialize}}
Throw *const *pb = a; // expected-error {{cannot initialize}}
Nothrow *const S::*pc = d; // expected-error {{cannot initialize}}
Throw *const S::*pd = c; // expected-error {{cannot initialize}}
// ... The result is a pointer to the function.
void f() noexcept;
constexpr void (*p)() = &f;
static_assert(f == p);
struct S { void f() noexcept; };
constexpr void (S::*q)() = &S::f;
static_assert(q == &S::f);
namespace std_example {
void (*p)();
void (**pp)() noexcept = &p; // expected-error {{cannot initialize a variable of type 'void (**)() noexcept' with an rvalue of type 'void (**)()'}}
struct S { typedef void (*p)(); operator p(); }; // expected-note {{candidate}}
void (*q)() noexcept = S(); // expected-error {{no viable conversion from 'std_example::S' to 'void (*)() noexcept'}}