Chandler Carruth at a CppCon/NWCPP talk said that Clang will not
respect the noinline gcc attribute (or clang attribute).
Sometimes it is needed for semantic correctness that a method not be
inlined (e.g. for GC lifetime visibility etc.)
Is this true?
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