PR45589: Properly decompose overloaded && and || operators in constraint expressions.
We create overloaded && and || operators to hold the possible
unqualified lookup results (if any) when the operands are dependent. We
could avoid building these in some cases (we will never use the stored
lookup results, and it would be better to not store them or perform the
lookups), but in the general case we will probably still need to handle
overloaded operators even with that optimization.