That test 'testvoidarg' succeeds for me (normal termination, no SIGSEGV) on 
Fedora 28 and Fedora 29.

Yes, it only seems to affect f30/Rawhide with GCC 9 (though I'm not sure it's 
the culprit).

    The traceback says:
      > 41    QCOMPARE(addedFunc->arguments().count(), 0);
    so the suggestion is to check if addedFunc->arguments() is NULL.

'addedFunc' itself is 0 (NULL).
Substituting testvoidarg.cpp.o as compiled by gcc-8.2.1-6.fc28.x86_64 (from the 
same source)
gives the same SIGSEGV.  So compiling testvoidarg.cpp with gcc-9 is no longer a 

void TestVoidArg::testVoidParsedFunction()
    const char cppCode[] = "struct A { void a(void); };";
    const char xmlCode[] = "\
    <typesystem package=\"Foo\">\
        <value-type name='A'/>\
    TestUtil t(cppCode, xmlCode);
    AbstractMetaClassList classes = t.builder()->classes();
    AbstractMetaClass* classA = classes.findClass("A");
    const AbstractMetaFunction* addedFunc = classA->findFunction("a");
    QCOMPARE(addedFunc->arguments().count(), 0);     ///// line 41
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