This extends the effects of P1825 to all C++ standards from C++11 up to C++20.
According to Motion 23 from Cologne 2019, P1825R0 was accepted as a Defect Report, so we retroactively apply this all the way back to C++11.
Note that we also remove implicit moves from C++98 as an extension
altogether, since the expanded first overload resolution from P1825
can cause some meaning changes in C++98.
For example it can change which copy constructor is picked when both const
and non-const ones are available.
This also rips out warn_return_std_move since there are no cases where it would be worthwhile to suggest it.
This also fixes a bug with bailing into the second overload resolution
when encountering a non-rvref qualified conversion operator.
This was unnoticed until now, so two new test cases cover these.
Signed-off-by: Matheus Izvekov <firstname.lastname@example.org>