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1792. Incorrect example of explicit specialization of member enumeration

Section: 13.9.4  [temp.expl.spec]     Status: NAD     Submitter: John Spicer     Date: 2013-10-01

The example in 13.9.4 [temp.expl.spec] paragraph 6 reads, in part,

  template<class T> struct A {
    enum E : T;
    enum class S : T;
  template<> enum A<int>::E : int { eint };         // OK
  template<> enum class A<int>::S : int { sint };   // OK
  template<class T> enum A<T>::E : T { eT };
  template<class T> enum class A<T>::S : T { sT };
  template<> enum A<char>::E : int { echar };       // ill-formed, A<char>::E was instantiated
                                                    // when A<char> was instantiated
  template<> enum class A<char>::S : int { schar }; // OK

The int enum-base in the last two lines appears to be incorrect; the reference to A<char> in the nested-name-specifier will have instantiated the declarations of E and S with an enum-base of char, and the explicit specializations must agree.

Rationale (February, 2014):

The problem was fixed editorially in N3797.