#define MACRO code-with-warning MACRO; // NOLINT
clang-tidy would still show the warning, because
it searched for "NOLINT" only in the first line,
not on the second.
This caused e.g. https://llvm.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=29089
(where the macro was defined in a system header). See also
the added test cases.
Now clang-tidy looks at the line of macro invocation and every line
of macro definition for a NOLINT comment.