||C++ explicit keyword
C++ defines a keyword "explicit" that can be used to mark
a member function. This has the semantic side-effect of
inhibiting some kinds of automatic type conversions.
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Add an attribute called DW_AT_explicit with a flag value that
can be used in a DW_TAG_subprogram dies that correspond to
In 5.6.7 add a new paragraph 3 (after the DW_AT_accessibilty description)
The member function will have a DW_AT_explicit attribute with
the value true if that member function was marked with the
explicit keyword in the source.
Add DW_AT_explicit to the list next to DW_TAG_subprogram in Appendix A.
Add DW_AT_explicit to the list of attributes in 2.2 with the
description: "Member function declared explicit"
Add DW_AT_explicit to Figure 19 (Attribute Encodings)
with a suggested number of 0x62