`cicc` core dump with `std::enable_if` and boolean evaluation in template expressions

The following snippet results into nvcc error : 'cicc' died due to signal 11 (Invalid memory reference)

// file.cu
#include <vector>
#include <type_traits>

template< class C, class E >
struct is_compatible_container : std::bool_constant <true>{};

template< class T >
struct span
    span() {}

	// Remove this constructor and cicc does not core dump any more.
	// The `&&` operator within the template causes the core dump in combination with
	// the inheritance from std::bool_constant
    template< class Container
        , typename std::enable_if<
             is_compatible_container< Container, T >::value
             && std::bool_constant<true>::value, int >::type = 0
    span( Container const & cont ) {}

int main() {
	std::vector<span<float>> vs;
	span<float> s;

Compile with nvcc -std=c++17 file.cu -o out.
I used CUDA 11.0.194 with GCC 9.2.0 as host compiler on a Linux based system. The compiliation works fine on Windows or on Windows Linux Subsystem. The Bug occured initially in combination with the use of the gsl-lite, which can be seen here.

That kind of abnormal termination should never happen. You would want to file a bug report with NVIDIA on this.

Just did so.