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SubjectRe: query about use of IFDEFS
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On Fri, 2001-11-02 at 08:36, Manik Raina wrote:
> which of the following be acceptable in the linux kernel ?
> [...]

The first. You want the code itself to be clean and clear; free of
ifdefs.

So in your header files you ifdef as needed. The simplest example of
this would be with a define:

#ifdef CONFIG_SMP
#define special_smp_thing() whatever_smp()
#else
#define special_smp_thing()
#endif

Robert Love

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