Since P0857, part of C++20, a *lambda-expression* can contain a
*requires-clause* after its *template-parameter-list*.
While support for this was added as part of
eccc734a69c0c012ae3160887b65a535b35ead3e, one specific case isn't
handled properly, where the *requires-clause* consists of an
instantiation of a boolean variable template. This is due to a
diagnostic check which was written with the assumption that a
*requires-clause* can never be followed by a left parenthesis. This
assumption no longer holds for lambdas.
This diagnostic check would then attempt to perform a "recovery", but it
does so in a valid parse state, resulting in an invalid parse state
This patch adds a special case when parsing requires clauses of lambda
templates, to skip this diagnostic check.