One could reuse this functor instead of rolling out your own version.
There were a couple other cases where the code was similar, but not
quite the same, such as it might have an assertion in the lambda or other
constructs. Thus, I've not touched any of those, as it might change the
behavior in some way.
As per https://discourse.llvm.org/t/submitting-simple-nfc-patches/62640/3?u=steakhal
LLVM intentionally has a “yes, you can apply common sense judgement to
things” policy when it comes to code review. If you are doing mechanical
patches (e.g. adopting less_first) that apply to the entire monorepo,
then you don’t need everyone in the monorepo to sign off on it. Having
some +1 validation from someone is useful, but you don’t need everyone
whose code you touch to weigh in.