Re-commit r282556, reverted in r282564, with a fix to CallArgList::addFrom to
function correctly when targeting MS ABIs (this appears to have never mattered
prior to this change).
Update test case to always cover both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows ABIs, since
they behave somewhat differently from each other here.
Update test case to also cover operators , && and ||, which it appears are also
affected by P0145R3 (they're not explicitly called out by the design document,
but this is the emergent behavior of the existing wording).
Original commit message:
P0145R3 (C++17 evaluation order tweaks): evaluate the right-hand side of
assignment and compound-assignment operators before the left-hand side. (Even
if it's an overloaded operator.)
This completes the implementation of P0145R3 + P0400R0 for all targets except
Windows, where the evaluation order guarantees for <<, >>, and ->* are
unimplementable as the ABI requires the function arguments are evaluated from
right to left (because parameter destructors are run from left to right in the