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Fix compilation issue related to CORRADE_NORETURN being undefined #32

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alicemargatroid commented Mar 19, 2017

CORRADE_NORETURN is defined in the Macros.h file, which is not included by Debug.h.
Adding it back restores compilability on modern versions of GCC/Clang


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coveralls commented Mar 19, 2017

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Coverage remained the same at 95.953% when pulling 66fe750 on alicemargatroid:master into 1641f48 on mosra:master.


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alicemargatroid commented Mar 20, 2017

@mosra I doubt my addition of a header is causing IOS to break unit tests, so I hope this can be merged quickly.

@mosra mosra merged commit 66fe750 into mosra:master Mar 20, 2017

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mosra commented Mar 20, 2017

Thank you!

Sorry for this. I see that this error pops out when compiling w/o deprecated features, which I somehow failed to test properly recently. I will add a special CI build just to cover the case of building w/o deprecated features, because I'm certain there are similar situations in other repositories as well.

Also I'm on fixing the iOS build -- there's some weird linker error and xcpretty failed in propagating the exit code so the build happily continued with running nonexistent unit tests :D

@mosra mosra added this to the 2018.02 milestone Feb 15, 2018

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