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SubjectRe: Linux-2.6.13-rc7
Richard Henderson wrote:
> Because I use "extern inline" in the proper way. That is, I have both
> inline and out-of-line versions of some routines.

Is there any reason not to just make the out-of-line version explicit?

/* in some .h file: */
static /*(always!)*/inline int my_func(void)
return FOO;
extern int OOL_my_func(void);

/* in some .c file: */
int OOL_my_func(void)
return my_func();

It's a little ugly but there really aren't that many cases of this, right?
Or is this just the principal of the thing? :-)

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