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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.26-pre2
On Sun, 7 Mar 2004 21:05:09 +0100, David Weinehall <tao@acc.umu.se> wrote:

> On Sun, Mar 07, 2004 at 08:52:45PM +0100, Rene Herman wrote:
>> David Weinehall wrote:
>>
>> >>>In standard C we declare all variables at the top of a function. While
>> >>>some compilers allow extension, it is not a good idea to get used to
>> >>>them if we want portable code.
>> >>
>> >>Oh, come on. This is _kernel_ code, it won't ever be compiled with
>> >>anything
>> >>not GCC-compatible.
>> >
>> >Ugly warts don't become any less ugly just because gcc accepts them...
>>
>> Mixing code and declarations is also c99. For (a sane) gcc specifically,
>> you have to tell it -std=c89 -pedantic to have it even complain.
>
> Ok, didn't know that. Still doesn't make it any less ugly, though.
> There are quite a lot of things that a valid in C. That doesn't mean
> they should be used...

C99 is C++ish. I have my experience with these methods after following
the PopularCppWays for some time. HellIsThisCrap which I wrote a pain
to maintain...

When a function is short and concise, there is no need to worry about
the few variables at the top.

Regards
Michael


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