Evaluate an expression which results in a type matching the following customisation points, emitting the
T if successful, immediately returning
from the calling function if unsuccessful:
Default overloads for these customisation points are provided. See the recipe for supporting foreign input to
Hints are given to the compiler that the expression will be successful. If you expect failure, you should use
Availability: GCC and clang only. Use
#ifdef OUTCOME_TRYX to determine if available.
Overridable: Not overridable.
for most of the mechanics.
This macro makes use of a proprietary extension in GCC and clang to emit the
T from a successful expression. You can thus use
OUTCOME_TRYX(expr) directly in expressions e.g.
auto x = y + OUTCOME_TRYX(foo(z));.
Be aware there are compiler quirks in preserving the rvalue/lvalue/etc-ness of emitted
T’s, specifically copy or move constructors may be called unexpectedly and/or copy elision not work as expected. If these prove to be problematic, use