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3400. Does is_nothrow_convertible consider destruction of the destination type?

Section: 20.15.7 [meta.rel] Status: New Submitter: Jiang An Opened: 2020-02-10 Last modified: 2020-09-06

Priority: 3

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Discussion:

This issue was submitted after a previous editorial change request had been rejected by the project editors.

I find that all known implementations (at least msvcstl, libc++, libstdc++ and the sample in P0758R1) of std::is_nothrow_convertible may be not clear enough to indicate that whether destruction of the destination type is considered (or not).

For example, given a type Weird defined as

struct Weird 
{
  Weird(int) noexcept {}
  ~Weird() noexcept(false) {}
};

Then std::is_nothrow_convertible_v<int, Weird> is false in every known implementation. However, it seems that the conversion itself is noexcept.

[2020-02-22, Daniel comments]

This seems to be quite related to the existing issue LWG 2116.

[2020-03-11 Issue Prioritization]

Priority to 3 after reflector discussion.

Proposed resolution: