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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Use __attribute__((malloc)) for gcc 3.2
Hi!


> > > may be useful to prevent some awful code generation for those misguided
> > > folks who use -O3 (gcc often screws up the register allocation of a
> > > function completely when bigger functions are inlined).
> >
> > Could you also add an always inline? It would be useful for functions
> > like context_switch, where we require it to be inlined (otherwise it
> > falls outside scheduling_functions_{start,end}_here and wchan handling
> > fails).
>
> Ok. gcc supports it with __attribute__((always_inline))
>
> Suggestions for a name? alwaysinline would be a bit lengthy.

do_inline?
Pavel
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