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Section: 24.2 [ranges.syn] Status: C++20 Submitter: Jonathan Wakely Opened: 2019-12-05 Last modified: 2021-02-25
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Currently ranges::enable_safe_range is constrained with ranges::range, which not only forces the compiler to do unnecessary satisfaction checking when it's used, but also creates a tricky dependency cycle (ranges::range depends on ranges::begin which depends on ranges::enable_safe_range which depends on ranges::range).The only place the variable template is expected to be used is in the ranges::safe_range concept, which already checks range<T> before using enable_safe_range<T> anyway. The constraint serves no purpose and should be removed.
[2019-12-12 Issue Prioritization]
Status to Tentatively Ready and priority to 0 after eight positive votes on the reflector.
This wording is relative to N4842.
Modify 24.2 [ranges.syn] as indicated:
[Drafting note: The definition in 24.4.2 [range.range] p7 is already unconstrained, which contradicts the synopsis.]
[…] // 24.4.2 [range.range], ranges template<class T> concept range = see below; template<
rangeT> inline constexpr bool enable_safe_range = false; template<class T> concept safe_range = see below; […]