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SubjectRe: [PATCH] pcnet32 compilation fix for 2.4.3pre6
Ulrich Drepper wrote:
>
> dank@trellisinc.com writes:
>
> > with the new ansi standard, this use of __inline__ is no longer
> > necessary,
>
> This is not correct. Since the semantics of inline in C99 and gcc
> differ all code which depends on the gcc semantics should continue to
> use __inline__ since this keyword will hopefully forever signal the
> gcc semantics.

So what are the differences? (Or, what would I read to learn the
differences?)
When are they important to us?

TIA,

Eli
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