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// RTC_NO_UNIQUE_ADDRESS is a portable annotation to tell the compiler that
// a data member need not have an address distinct from all other non-static
// data members of its class.
// It allows empty types to actually occupy zero bytes as class members,
// instead of occupying at least one byte just so that they get their own
// address. There is almost never any reason not to use it on class members
// that could possibly be empty.
// The macro expands to [[no_unique_address]] if the compiler supports the
// attribute, it expands to nothing otherwise.
// Clang should supports this attribute since C++11, while other compilers
// should add support for it starting from C++20. Among clang compilers,
// clang-cl doesn't support it yet and support is unclear also when the target
// platform is iOS.
#ifndef __has_cpp_attribute
#define __has_cpp_attribute(__x) 0
#if __has_cpp_attribute(no_unique_address)
// NOLINTNEXTLINE(whitespace/braces)
#define RTC_NO_UNIQUE_ADDRESS [[no_unique_address]]