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SubjectRe: Linux-2.4.0-test9-pre2
Date said:
> Note that with most versions of gcc this is all a complete non-issue,
> as most versions of gcc will _always_ inline a function that the user
> has asked to be inlined. So the issue seldom actually comes up.

I thought that 'extern inline' was in fact the intended usage. That way, if
gcc decides it's not going to obey our explicit instruction to inline a
certain function, we get to know about it.


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