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SubjectRe: [PATCH] removal of "static foo = 0"
Andrea Arcangeli writes:
> I'd like if it will be written explicitly in the specs that it's forbidden to
> rely on that. I grepped the specs and I didn't find anything. So I wasn't sure
> if I missed the information in the specs or not. I never investigated on it

If you have two files:
test1.c:
int a,b,c;

test2.c:
int a,c;

Which is _stronger_?


If somebody adds such a file to the kernel tree, the layout is changed
by link orderling, irrelevant option on/off or other magical
environments. Spec doesn't say anything about the layout of the
variables.

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