.. an additional clarification (I told you that over the years we changed this code quite a bit...): I originally added the testcase that I'm adjusting here, I did that when, back in 2014, I worked on 63558: the test uses -fpermissive -w and was meant to check, as requested by Manuel in the bug, that we didn't issue further unsuppressible explanatory diagnostic after the primary permerror. I would argue that that first clean-up back 2014 was an improvement but note that, in practice, before it we rejected (with a confusing permerror + error) this kind of broken code and we don't anymore. That's bad. We don't really emit sensible assembly for it, as I already explained.


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