Nested _Generic selections in clang 3.0

[First-time poster; if this is the wrong list would you please redirect me?]

I'm attempting to use C11's _Generic selection expressions to enforce a
kind of type consistency, and it's failing in an odd way.

Motivation: In the revised IEEE 754 (2008, aka IEC 60559:2011) there is
the function totalOrder(x, y) which is meaningful for each
floating-point type, but meaningless for mixed types. I was wondering
whether this was a candidate for _Generic selection: not simply for
convenience, but for type safety as well.

Consider a simpler case, the functions funcf() & funcd which I want to
wrap in a macro func(x, y) so that
* func(1.0f, 2.0f) calls funcf(),
* func(1.0, 2.0) calls funcd(), and
* func(1.0f, 2.0) & func(1.0, 2.0f) are invalid.

My first effort looked like this:

#include <stdio.h>
void funcf(float x, float y) {
  printf("floats %f, %f\n", x, y);
void funcd(double x, double y) {
  printf("doubles %f, %f\n", x, y);
#define func(x, y) _Generic((x), \
  float: _Generic((y), float: funcf), \
  double: _Generic((y), double: funcd) ) (x, y)
int main(void) {
  func(1.0f, 2.0f); // should (?) work
// func(1.0f, 2.0); // shouldn't work
// func(1.0, 2.0f); // shouldn't work
  func(1.0, 2.0); // should (?) work

I used LLVM Clang version 3.0, which complained about the lines which
I'd intended to have work:

gen.c:12:13: error: controlling expression type 'float' not compatible
with any generic association type
        func(1.0f, 2.0f);
gen.c:10:20: note: expanded from:
        double: _Generic((y), double: funcd) ) (x, y)
[And a similar error for the `func(1.0, 2.0)` line.]

It seems that all "legs" of the selection expression are -- not
"evaluated", but checked for type errors. Is this intentional?

On comp.lang.c I asked if this was correct behavior. Clark Nelson,
author of <> & <> (whom I
CC'd) put it best:

I'm afraid that, when I made the proposal, I hadn't thought about
this issue, and the proposal (and the text that's in the standard)
simply doesn't make clear whether an application like yours is
supposed to be valid or not. In my opinion, your application seems
reasonable -- but of course that's just my opinion.

--Joel Salomon

Yes; expressions are type-checked in all contexts, and the standard
doesn't say anything that would contradict that for nested _Generic
expressions. Granted, the behavior described by the standard isn't
really ideal; it wouldn't be too hard to special-case parsing/semantic
analysis for nested _Generic expressions, but we would need a complete
proposal for the new rules.