Subject: Re: [boost] [Modularization] new Memory module
From: Glen Fernandes (glen.fernandes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-06-10 08:14:44
Peter Dimov wrote:
> Yes, but T is an exception.
> 5.3.6 Alignof [expr.alignof]
> 1 An alignof expression yields the alignment requirement of its operand
> type. The operand shall be a type-id
> representing a complete object type or an array thereof or a reference to a
> complete object type.
> 2 The result is an integral constant of type std::size_t.
> 3 When alignof is applied to a reference type, the result shall be the
> alignment of the referenced type. When
> alignof is applied to an array type, the result shall be the alignment of
> the element type.
> When T is a complete object type, T is an array thereof, so it's allowed.
> I think.
Ah, I see. g++ appears to agree with the above (though, clang does not).
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