--- Comment #3 from 2010-01-28 00:55:57 PST ---
@Don: I'm pretty sure my bug report is correct. enums are the *only* type that
behave different here. Further, if you get the mangle of a function or template
that use enums as parameters, the enum gets mangled using the type name, not
the base type.

Why do you think the current behavior would be correct? Why would .mangleof for
a type return the mangle for a completely *different* type?

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