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2.86 Pragma Inline_Always


pragma Inline_Always (NAME [, NAME]);

Similar to pragma Inline except that inlining is unconditional. Inline_Always instructs the compiler to inline every direct call to the subprogram or else to emit a compilation error, independently of any option, in particular `-gnatn' or `-gnatN' or the optimization level. It is an error to take the address or access of NAME. It is also an error to apply this pragma to a primitive operation of a tagged type. Thanks to such restrictions, the compiler is allowed to remove the out-of-line body of NAME.