NS_OVERRIDE and MOZ_OVERRIDE both indicate the same thing: that the virtual function member being annotated must override a virtual function member on a base class. MOZ_OVERRIDE abstracts away new C++11 goodness and actually has teeth in some recent compilers. NS_OVERRIDE is a user attribute and has no teeth except in static analysis builds, and I don't even know what the status of those is any more. Probably static analysis can look for MOZ_OVERRIDE in new enough gcc/clang compilers (4.7+ and 3.0+, respectively, but note gcc 4.7 isn't released yet), so NS_OVERRIDE and all uses of it should be removed and replaced with MOZ_OVERRIDE.
Some notes here: 1. NS_OVERRIDE is generally done before the method declaration, whereas the override keyword would have to be after the method declaration. So all uses of NS_OVERRIDE need to be moved around. 2. It should be possible to alias MOZ_OVERRIDE to the __attribute__((user("NS_override"))) version in sufficiently old (i.e., gcc 4.6-or-less) builds.
Created attachment 641861 [details] [diff] [review] Replace all uses in mozilla-central This kills all uses of NS_OVERRIDE and deletes the macro to make sure no one else tries to use it again.
Created attachment 642018 [details] [diff] [review] Version that passes tinderbox Silly me, why did I assume it worked on all platforms just because it worked on my computer?
There's still xpcom/analysis/override.js that refers to NS_OVERRIDE.
(In reply to comment #7) > There's still xpcom/analysis/override.js that refers to NS_OVERRIDE. Good catch. I think that entire script should be removed. Can you please file a bug on that? Thanks!