On would–be const constructors

In this post I would like to discuss the idea of having constructors, or some equivalent, designed to build only objects that are const. My motivating example is an attempt to implement matrices and matrix views. I believe this is a canonical example where temptation to have const constructors appears in const methods of the principal class, the chief context in which one has limited data that suffice to only build a const–restricted object. I will try to be clever implementing them, and then show why it does not really work, and what lessons should be learnt from that exercise.
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