Re: are cyclic references between static template class variables legal?
> Is it legal for definitions of static variables of template classes
> to refer to (for example, take addresses of) static variables of other
> template classes, if cyclic references are formed? I believe it is
> for non-template classes, and so apparently should be legal for
I can't see why it wouldn't be.
> A sample code illustrating the problem (compiles and appears to
> run correctly with Green Hills 4.0.7 - EDG frontend - and fails
> with an ICE under gcc 3.3.1):
That's an outdated version. GCC 3.3.5 and 3.4.4 compile and run
it correctly, so far as I can see.
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