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Sushil writes:
> #ifdef CONFIG_FRAME_POINTER
> code assuming frame pointer
> #else
> code assuming no frame pointer
You want #endif here.

> Is CONFIG_FRAME_POINTER a part of some external patch?

I think you've been looking at some of the ARM code. Yes, we do manipulate
the CFLAGS (have a look in arch/arm/Makefile) depending on the state of
CONFIG_FRAME_POINTER. This is currently an ARM only feature though.

It would be helpful if you can give some hints about what you're trying to
do.
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