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// RUN: %clang_cc1 -fsyntax-only -verify %s
// RUN: %clang_cc1 -fsyntax-only -verify -std=c++98 %s
// RUN: %clang_cc1 -fsyntax-only -verify -std=c++11 %s
// A type-parameter defines its identifier to be a type-name (if
// declared with class or typename) or template-name (if declared with
// template) in the scope of the template declaration.
template<typename T> struct X0 {
T* value;
template<template<class T> class Y> struct X1 {
Y<int> value;
// [Note: because of the name lookup rules, a template-parameter that
// could be interpreted as either a non-type template-parameter or a
// type-parameter (because its identifier is the name of an already
// existing class) is taken as a type-parameter. For example,
class T { /* ... */ }; // expected-note{{candidate constructor (the implicit copy constructor) not viable}}
#if __cplusplus >= 201103L // C++11 or later
// expected-note@-2 {{candidate constructor (the implicit move constructor) not viable}}
int i;
template<class T, T i> struct X2 {
void f(T t)
T t1 = i; // template-parameters T and i
::T t2 = ::i; // global namespace members T and i \
// expected-error{{no viable conversion}}
namespace PR6831 {
namespace NA { struct S; }
namespace NB { struct S; }
using namespace NA;
using namespace NB;
template <typename S> void foo();
template <int S> void bar();
template <template<typename> class S> void baz();