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SubjectRe: Universal debug macros.
Elmer Joandi wrote:
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> Now if there would be simple _unified_ system for switching debug code
> on/off, it would be a real win. That recompilation-capable enduser would
> not need much knowledge to go "General Setup" or newly created
> "Optimization" section and switch debugging off/on for _all_ network
> drivers or ide drivers for example.

Reminds me ... <linux/kernel.h> has a "#if DEBUG" statement that blows
up if the debug code does something like "#define DEBUG(X...) printk(X...)".
I came across this recently (think I was debugging PCI code ... not sure).
Changing it to "#ifdef DEBUG" avoids problems.

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