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SubjectAsm style
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I'm using GCC 3.0.1 and seeing "multi-line literals are deprecated".
Since a patch is necessary for that (and someone submitted it already)
I'd like to hear from big kernel guys what asm statement style to use:
asm(
" cmd r,r\n"
"lbl: cmd r,r\n"
" cmd r,r\n"
: spec
: spec
);
[variable width for labels? I don't like it] or
asm(
" cmd r,r\n"
"lbl: cmd r,r\n"
" cmd r,r\n"
: spec
: spec
);
[better. But \n's are ugly] or
#define NL "\n"
asm(
" cmd r,r" NL
"lbl: cmd r,r" NL
" cmd r,r" NL
: spec
: spec
);
[I like this: \n doesn't interfere with args]
or what?
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