Subject: Re: [std-proposals] Remove non-type template limitations for consteval functions
From: Robert J. Simpson (robert.simpson.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-02-24 06:57:26
One of the requirements is that types must be comparable and in the case
of non-type templates that means comparing values. E.g. jf you have a
'const char*' value then what does it mean for two of these values to be
On 24/02/2021 12:01, Bastien penavayre via Std-Proposals wrote:
> Currently, non-type templates still have several limitations:
> - must be structural (no private members)
> - no allocations even if the type has a constexpr destructor
> - can't contain floating point (double or float)
> - can't hold strings of the "const char *" form
> and so on...
> These limitations have a good reason behind them for templated class
> and function as they produce symbols in assembly and need to be resolved.
> But as consteval functions never produce assembly/symbols and will
> never be resolved by another translation unit than their own these
> restrictions should be lifted.
> What are your thoughts on this?
> Am I missing something?
> Thanks in advance,
> Bastien Penavayre
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