The check emits a warning if std::move() is applied to a forwarding reference, i.e. an rvalue reference of a function template argument type.
If a developer is unaware of the special rules for template argument deduction on forwarding references, it will seem reasonable to apply std::move() to the forwarding reference, in the same way that this would be done for a "normal" rvalue reference.
This has a consequence that is usually unwanted and possibly surprising: If the function that takes the forwarding reference as its parameter is called with an lvalue, that lvalue will be moved from (and hence placed into an indeterminate state) even though no std::move() was applied to the lvalue at the callsite.
As a fix, the check will suggest replacing the std::move() with a std::forward().
This patch requires D23004 to be submitted before it.