[PATCH] D43902: [clang-format] Don't detect C++11 attribute specifiers as ObjC
Krasimir Georgiev via Phabricator via cfe-commits
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Wed Mar 7 02:42:12 PST 2018
krasimir added inline comments.
Comment at: unittests/Format/FormatTest.cpp:6068-6069
+ verifyFormat("void f() [[deprecated(\"so sorry\")]];");
+ " [[unused]] aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa(int i);");
> I couldn't figure out why this breaks before the `[` in `[[unused]]`, when the identical test using `__attribute__((unused))` above does *not* break before the `__attribute__`.
> I ran with `-debug` and the two seem fairly similar. Can anyone help shed light on this?
> ## With `__attribute__((unused))`
> ## With `[[unused]]`
The block of `a`-s appears to be longer here than in the `__attribute__` example. That might be a reason.
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