This check performs basic analysis of macros and replaces them
with an anonymous unscoped enum. Using an unscoped anonymous enum
ensures that everywhere the macro token was used previously, the
enumerator name may be safely used.
Potential macros for replacement must meet the following constraints:
- Macros must expand only to integral literal tokens.
- Macros must be defined on sequential source file lines, or with only comment lines in between macro definitions.
- Macros must all be defined in the same source file.
- Macros must not be defined within a conditional compilation block.
- Macros must not be defined adjacent to other preprocessor directives.
- Macros must not be used in preprocessor conditions
Each cluster of macros meeting the above constraints is presumed to
be a set of values suitable for replacement by an anonymous enum.
From there, a developer can give the anonymous enum a name and
continue refactoring to a scoped enum if desired. Comments on the
same line as a macro definition or between subsequent macro definitions
are preserved in the output. No formatting is assumed in the provided