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// RUN: %clang_cc1 -fsyntax-only -std=c++03 -fdiagnostics-show-option -Wbind-to-temporary-copy -verify %s
// C++03 requires that we check for a copy constructor when binding a
// reference to a temporary, since we are allowed to make a copy, Even
// though we don't actually make that copy, make sure that we diagnose
// cases where that copy constructor is somehow unavailable. As an
// extension, this is only a warning.
struct X1 {
explicit X1(const X1&);
struct X2 {
X2(const X2&); // expected-note{{declared private here}}
struct X3 {
X3(); // expected-note{{requires 0 arguments, but 1 was provided}}
X3(X3&); // expected-note{{candidate constructor not viable: expects an l-value for 1st argument}}
// Check for instantiation of default arguments
template<typename T>
T get_value_badly() {
double *dp = 0;
// The extension doesn't extend far enough to turn this error into a warning.
T *tp = dp; // expected-error{{cannot initialize a variable of type 'int *' with an lvalue of type 'double *'}}
return T();
template<typename T>
struct X4 {
X4(const X4&, T = get_value_badly<T>()); // expected-note{{in instantiation of}}
// Check for "dangerous" default arguments that could cause recursion.
struct X5 {
X5(); // expected-note {{requires 0 arguments}}
X5(const X5&, const X5& = X5()); // expected-warning{{no viable constructor copying parameter of type 'X5'}} expected-note {{requires 2 arguments}}
void g1(const X1&);
void g2(const X2&);
void g3(const X3&);
void g4(const X4<int>&);
void g5(const X5&);
void test() {
g2(X2()); // expected-warning{{C++98 requires an accessible copy constructor for class 'X2' when binding a reference to a temporary; was private}}
g3(X3()); // expected-warning{{no viable constructor copying parameter of type 'X3'}}
g5(X5()); // Generates a warning in the default argument.
// Check that unavailable copy constructors still cause SFINAE failures.
template<int> struct int_c { };
template<typename T> T f(const T&);
// Would be ambiguous with the next g(), except the instantiation failure in
// sizeof() prevents that.
template<typename T>
int &g(int_c<sizeof(f(T()))> * = 0);
template<typename T> float &g();
void h() {
float &fp2 = g<X3>(); // Not ambiguous.