The -fvisibility-ms-compat hack is no longer needed for UBSan on Linux...
...with latest Clang trunk towards Clang 9. All the no-longer necessary hacks are made conditional on new NEED_CLANG_LINUX_UBSAN_RTTI_VISIBILITY, which is still set for UBSan builds with older Clang on Linux (but which should eventually be purged). Various classes needed additional SAL_DLLPUBLIC_RTTI annotations, as building with UBSan instrumentation can generate references to RTTI symbols from additional places like outside a dynamic library that used to hide those symbols by default (but used to not hide them for old UBSan builds thanks to the -fvisibility-ms-compat hack). The odr-violation suppressions in solenv/sanitizers/asan-suppressions (which is not referenced from anywhere in the code base, but meant to be included in an ASan/UBSan build's ASAN_OPTIONS env var) are also no longer needed when NEED_CLANG_LINUX_UBSAN_RTTI_VISIBILITY is false. Change-Id: I24ec3e388b0cbab50dbe2bf008d9569bff7bf25a Reviewed-on: https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/70829 Tested-by: Jenkins Reviewed-by: Stephan Bergmann <email@example.com>
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