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SubjectRe: linux/macros.h(new) and linux/list.h(mod) ...

On 05-Jul-2001 David Woodhouse wrote:
>
> phillips@bonn-fries.net said:
>> This program prints garbage:
>> #define min(x,y) ({ typeof((x)) _x = (x); typeof((y)) _y = (y);
>> #(_x>_y)?_y:_x; })
>> int main (void) {
>> int _x = 3, _y = 4;
>> printf("%i\n", min(_x, _y));
>> return 0;
>> }
>
> Life's a bitch.
> cf. get_user(__ret_gu, __val_gu); (on i386)
>
> Time to invent a gcc extension which gives us unique names? :)

Something like ::(x) to move up one level the name resolution for example.



- Davide

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