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    SubjectRe: [PATCH][2.6.8-rc1-mm1] drivers/scsi/sg.c gcc341 inlining fix
    On Wed, Jul 14, 2004 at 07:39:26PM -0400, Jeff Garzik wrote:
    > ??? C does not require ordering of function _implementations_, except
    > for this gcc brokenness.

    Actually, GCC has always required that inlines be specified first
    for them to be inlined, even in earlier versions. For example, from the
    gcc 3.3 manual:

    Some calls cannot be integrated for various reasons (in particular,
    calls that precede the function's definition cannot be integrated, and
    neither can recursive calls within the definition). If there is a
    nonintegrated call, then the function is compiled to assembler code as

    > The above example allows one to do what one normally does with
    > non-inlines: order code to enhance readability, and the compiler will
    > Do The Right Thing and utilize it in the best way the CPU will function.

    I find it enhances readability to place functions in reverse order.
    That way I know I can just go to the top of a file, and the first match
    on the function's name is its definition.

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