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// RUN: %clang_cc1 -triple x86_64-apple-darwin11 -fsyntax-only -verify %s -fobjc-arc
// These tests exist as a means to help ensure that diagnostics aren't printed
// in overload resolution in ObjC.
struct Type1 { int a; };
typedef const __attribute__((objc_bridge(id))) void * CFTypeRef;
@interface Iface1 @end
@interface NeverCalled
- (void) test:(struct Type1 *)arg;
- (void) test2:(CFTypeRef)arg;
@interface TakesIface1
- (void) test:(Iface1 *)arg;
- (void) test2:(Iface1 *)arg;
// PR26085, rdar://problem/24111333
void testTakesIface1(id x, Iface1 *arg) {
// This should resolve silently to `TakesIface1`.
[x test:arg];
[x test2:arg];
@class NSString;
@interface NeverCalledv2
- (void) testStr:(NSString *)arg;
@interface TakesVanillaConstChar
- (void) testStr:(const void *)a;
// Not called out explicitly by PR26085, but related.
void testTakesNSString(id x) {
// Overload resolution should not emit a diagnostic about needing to add an
// '@' before "someStringLiteral".
[x testStr:"someStringLiteral"];
id CreateSomething();
@interface TakesCFTypeRef
- (void) testCFTypeRef:(CFTypeRef)arg;
@interface NeverCalledv3
- (void) testCFTypeRef:(struct Type1 *)arg;
// Not called out explicitly by PR26085, but related.
void testTakesCFTypeRef(id x) {
// Overload resolution should occur silently, select the CFTypeRef overload,
// and produce a single complaint. (with notes)
[x testCFTypeRef:CreateSomething()]; // expected-error{{implicit conversion of Objective-C pointer type 'id' to C pointer type 'CFTypeRef'}} expected-note{{use __bridge}} expected-note{{use __bridge_retained}}