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SubjectRe: type safe lists (was Re: PATCH: type safe(r) list_entry repacement: generic_out_cast)
    Hi Alexander and Greg :)

>> > By the way: Multiline C Macros are depreached and will not be
>> Why is this? Is it a C99 requirement?
>afaik its multi line strings that have been deprecated.

Multiline C macros are not deprecated. In fact, there is nothing
such as 'multiline macros'. Multiline macros are built using the C
escape character, no more, no less, that makes the preprocesor to
ignore the carriage returns.

Really it's multi line string literals that have been deprecated.

Raúl
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