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    SubjectRe: [patch 00/2] improve .text size on gcc 4.0 and newer compilers

    * Mitchell Blank Jr <> wrote:

    > I actually did that in a project once (an "unlikely_if()" macro) It
    > was not a good idea. The problem is that every syntax-highlighter
    > knows that "if" is a keyword but you'd have to teach it about
    > "unlikely_if". It was surprising how visually jarring having
    > different pretty-printing for different types of "if" statements was.
    > "if (unlikely())" looks much cleaner in comparison.

    a better syntax would be:

    if __unlikely (cond) {
    since it's the extra parantheses that are causing the visual complexity.

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