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SubjectRe: [PATCH] virtio tools: use ansi versions of asm and volatile
Rusty Russell wrote:
> Ramkumar Ramachandra <> writes:
>> asm and volatile are provided for backward compatibility; use the ansi
>> versions __asm__ and __volatile__.
> Really? I don't see that in the gcc documentation. In fact, I didn't
> know __volatile__ at all:

Try compiling the program with `gcc -ansi`, and you'll see that "asm"
and "volatile" are undeclared. The motivation for my patch comes from
barrier() being declared differently in compiler-gcc.h.

However, the tree is polluted with the non-ansi versions anyway;
compilers will continue to support them for decades. So, I'd request
you to drop the patch.


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