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    Run clang-tidy with modernize-use-override check · 8af2fa73
    Vlad Zahorodnii authored
    Currently code base of kwin can be viewed as two pieces. One is very
    ancient, and the other one is more modern, which uses new C++ features.
    The main problem with the ancient code is that it was written before
    C++11 era. So, no override or final keywords, lambdas, etc.
    Quite recently, KDE compiler settings were changed to show a warning if
    a virtual method has missing override keyword. As you might have already
    guessed, this fired back at us because of that ancient code. We had
    about 500 new compiler warnings.
    A "solution" was proposed to that problem - disable -Wno-suggest-override
    and the other similar warning for clang. It's hard to call a solution
    because those warnings are disabled not only for the old code, but also
    for new. This is not what we want!
    The main argument for not actually fixing the problem was that git
    history will be screwed as well because of human factor. While good git
    history is a very important thing, we should not go crazy about it and
    block every change that somehow alters git history. git blame allows to
    specify starting revision for a reason.
    The other argument (human factor) can be easily solved by using tools
    such as clang-tidy. clang-tidy is a clang-based linter for C++. It can
    be used for various things, e.g. fixing coding style(e.g. add missing
    braces to if statements, readability-braces-around-statements check),
    or in our case add missing override keywords.
    Test Plan: Compiles.
    Reviewers: #kwin, davidedmundson
    Reviewed By: #kwin, davidedmundson
    Subscribers: davidedmundson, apol, romangg, kwin
    Tags: #kwin
    Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D22371
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