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SubjectRe: [PATCH] multiline string cleanup
Andi Kleen wrote:
> "J . A . Magallon" <jamagallon@able.es> writes:
> > This is one other try to make kernel sources gcc-3.0 friendly. This cleans
> > some muti-line asm strings in checksum.h and floppy.h (this were the only
> > ones reported in my kernel build, perhaps there are more in drivers I do
> > not use).

> I surely hope the gcc guys will just remove that silly warning again, because
> it makes it impossible to write readable inline assembly now.

If it's a silly warning, then we should turn it off in linux/Makefile.
I dunno that the kernel can dictate to gcc here what to do...

Also some multiline string cleanups have already made it into the kernel
-- though that is not conclusive, as it may just be maintainer
preference.

Jeff


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