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SubjectRe: __FUNCTION__
On Tue, Jan 08, 2002 at 11:56:49PM +0100, jtv wrote:
> Don't have a C99 spec, but here's what info gcc has to say about it:
> [...description of "function names" extension as currently found in gcc...]
> Note that these semantics are deprecated, and that GCC 3.2 will
> handle `__FUNCTION__' and `__PRETTY_FUNCTION__' the same way as
> `__func__'. `__func__' is defined by the ISO standard C99:

Any reason _why_ they would want to break tons of existing code in this
manner? Just the fact that the __func__ symbol is there to use?

Since the C99 spec does not state anything about __FUNCTION__, changing
it from the current behavior does not seem like a wise thing to do.

Any pointers to someone to complain to, or is there no chance for

greg k-h
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