Use "= default" to denote default constructor or destructor instead of defining an empty function. This helps makes default constructors/destructors stand out from other functions as well as makes them searchable.
Created attachment 324261 [details]
This a large change. ItIt is entirely mechanical. Mark default constructors and destructors with "= default" and remove their body. With the exception of Payment.h I left unnecesary explicit declarations of constructors and destructors in the code to keep this patch as consistent as possible to hopefully make it easy to review. In a follow up patch we can remove such declarations as the compiler will generate these functions for us.
Committed r223728: <https://trac.webkit.org/changeset/223728>
Is there an advantage to this?
(In reply to Joseph Pecoraro from comment #3)
> Is there an advantage to this?
(In reply to Daniel Bates from comment #4)
> (In reply to Joseph Pecoraro from comment #3)
> > Is there an advantage to this?
Something to this effect should absolutely have been in the ChangeLog explaining why this change was made.
The reason stated in the bugzilla bug was "This helps makes default constructors/destructors stand out from other functions as well as makes them searchable." which is not the same justification as the link you provided, nor would I necessarily agree with it. But using `= default` to make some classes be treated as POD / Trivial is an observable change that we might benefit from.