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[Voted into the WP at the November, 2010 meeting.]N3092 comment GB 29
A constexpr function is not permitted to return via an exception. This should be recognised, and a function declared constexpr without an explicit exception specification should be treated as if declared noexcept(true) rather than the usual noexcept(false). For a function template declared constexpr without an explicit exception specification, it should be considered noexcept(true) if and only if the constexpr keyword is respected on a given instantiation.
See also issue 1125.
Notes from the August, 2010 meeting:
The premise is not correct: an exception is forbidden only when a constexpr function is invoked in a context that requires a constant expression. Used as an ordinary function, it can throw.
Proposed resolution (August, 2010):
Change 184.108.40.206 [expr.unary.noexcept] bullet 3.1 as follows: