[MAJOR BUG] g++ 2.95.x generates invalid code for KDE 3.3.0
steleman at nyc.rr.com
Mon Sep 20 02:04:28 BST 2004
ISO/IEC 14882: 2003 (The ANSI/ISO C++ Standard, Second Edition):
Member functions, including virtual functions[10.3], can be called
during construction or destruction[12.6.2]. When a virtual function
is called directly or indirectly from a constructor (including from
the mem-initializer for a data member) or from a destructor, and the
object to which the call applies is the object under construction or
destruction, the function called is the one defined in the
constructor or destructors's own class or in one of its bases, but
not a function overriding it in a class derived from the construtctor
or destructor's class, or overriding it in one of the other base
classes of the most derived object[1.8]. If the virtual call uses an
explicit class member access[5.2.5] and the object-expression refers
to the object under construction or destruction but its type is
neither the constructor or destructor's owne class or one of its
bases, the result of the call is undefined.
On Sunday 19 September 2004 20:10, Leo Savernik wrote:
> Is this behaviour mandated by the C++ standard?
Stefan Teleman 'Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition'
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