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1347. Apply noexcept judiciously throughout the library

Section: 16 [library] Status: Resolved Submitter: BSI Opened: 2010-08-25 Last modified: 2016-01-28

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Addresses GB-63, US-80

Since the newly introduced operator noexcept makes it easy (easier than previously) to detect whether or not a function has been declared with the empty exception specification (including noexcept) library functions that cannot throw should be decorated with the empty exception specification. Failing to do so and leaving it as a matter of QoI would be detrimental to portability and efficiency.

[ Resolution proposed by ballot comment ]

Review the whole library, and apply the noexcept specification where it is appropriate.

[ 2010-10-31 Daniel comments: ]

The proposed resolution of the combination of n3155, n3156, n3157, n3167 would satisfy this request. The paper n3150 is related to this as well.

[ 2010 Batavia: ]

While the LWG expects to see further papers in this area, sufficient action was taken in Batavia to close the issue as Resolved by the listed papers.

Proposed resolution:

See n3155, n3156, n3157, n3167 and remotely n3150