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SubjectRe: Is the kernel compiler gcc by definition?
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RHS Linux User <humbubba@raptor.cqi.com> writes:

|> Is there a policy on what C constructs may be in the kernel?
|> Or is gcc the de-facto definition of what kind of code is allowed?
|> Or something else?
|> Does anything in the normal arguments to gcc preclude the use of gcc's
|> labels-as-values? ( computed gotos).
|>
|> I did a quick grep for goto * and got no hits.

For most cases switch is good enough.

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Andreas Schwab "And now for something
schwab@issan.cs.uni-dortmund.de completely different"
schwab@gnu.org

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