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// PR c++/37016
// { dg-do run }
// { dg-options "-O2 -Wall" }
Basic design concept is that WorldObject implements remote method call
functionality using the "curiously recurring template pattern" to enable
forwarding calls from the generic base class that implements the transport
layer to the derived class.
The specific failure was in forwarding calls to items in a container.
This is emulated here by wrapping a single item.
In the main program there are two forms of the call. In the last
(uncommented) form the member function pointer is for clarity
assigned to a variable (itemfunptr) before making the call.
With 4.3.0 and 4.3.1 this code compiles incorrectly with -O1 or greater
to produce this warning In function ‘int main()’: warning: ‘itemfunptr.void (Container::*)(void
(Item::*)(int), int)::__pfn’ is used uninitialized in this function note: ‘itemfunptr.void (Container::*)(void (Item::*)(int),
int)::__pfn’ was declared here
and the resulting executable segvs. It works correctly with -O0.
With 4.2.3 and earlier it works correctly with optimization.
In the first (commented out) form of the call in the main program
we directly refer to desired member function. This compiles
and executes correctly with all tested versions.
extern "C" int printf (const char *, ...);
template <class Derived>
struct WorldObject {
template <typename memfunT, typename arg1T, typename arg2T>
void forward(memfunT memfun, arg1T arg1, arg2T arg2) {
Derived* obj = static_cast<Derived*>(this);
(obj->*memfun)(arg1, arg2);
struct Item {
void fred(int a) {
printf ("a=%d\n", a);
struct Container : public WorldObject<Container> {
Item item;
template <typename itemfunT, typename arg1T>
void itemfun(itemfunT itemfun, int a) {
int main() {
typedef void (Item::*itemfun)(int);
Container t;
// This call compiles and executes correctly with all versions tested
//t.forward(&Container::itemfun<itemfun,int>, &Item::fred, 1);
// This call compiles with a warning and segvs on execution if using
// -O1 or greater with 4.3.*. 4.2.* is correct.
void (Container::*itemfunptr)(itemfun, int) =
t.forward(itemfunptr, &Item::fred, 1);
return 0;