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Re: [RFA] __attribute__((inline_everything)) 2nd try

On 15 May 2003, Alexandre Oliva wrote:

> On May 15, 2003, Richard Guenther <> wrote:
> > On 14 May 2003, Alexandre Oliva wrote:
> >> On May 14, 2003, Richard Guenther <> wrote:
> >>
> >> > Ok, thanks - all lookup_attribute() calls deal with warnings only, so I
> >> > suppose I can ignore those. The inlining decision itself is done via
> >> > DECL_UNINLINABLE - I suppose setting this is enough. I'll try.
> >>
> >> Make sure to warn if you find this attribute after we already
> >> generated code for the function.
> > I dont understand this - as we're not inlining the function itself, the
> > attribute should be available at the time of code generation, no?
> inline void f() {}
> void g() { f(); }
> [...]
> void g() __attribute__((inline_everything)); // oops, too late

Ah, I see. How can I check this? I suppose its ok to check it inside

Shouldnt the noinline attribute check if the function was inlined before?
Or if it is declared inline?

void f() {}
void g() { f(); }
void f() __attribute__((noinline)); // whoops if compiled with -finline-functions


Richard Guenther <richard dot guenther at uni-tuebingen dot de>

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