C++ programmers have this notion of exception safety. It is a very useful concept. With it one can easily describe the post-conditions of a function if it throws.
There is another situation where you need to easily describe some post-conditions: when talking about the state of an object after a move operation, i.e. after a move constructor or move assignment operator. I thus want to introduce vocabulary for those post-conditions of the right-hand argument similar to the exception safety of a function: The move safety, if you will.
The exception safety describes the post-conditions of a function if the function throws an exception. Similarly, the move safety describes the post-conditions of the object after a move operation. It thus gives information about what can be done safely with a moved-from object.» read more »