DragonFly bugs List (threaded) for 2004-07
Re: Can't compile kernel with -O0
-On [20040719 08:52], Joerg Sonnenberger (joerg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) wrote:
>I don't think support -O0 is worse the effort. But the usage of
>"extern inline" should perhaps be changed to "static inline", which
>is IIRC the C99 version of the GNU extension.
Worth the effort? Shouldn't it just work?
Yes, normally you do:
extern int function(i);
inline int function(int i)
return(i * i);
As far as I understand the specification of the C language you are *NOT*
allowed to even use extern or static on inline.
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