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Re: C++ PATCH: PR c++/10888


On Mon, 2003-06-23 at 01:29, Nathan Sidwell wrote:
> Mark Mitchell wrote:
> 
> > (I think we should just get rid of -Winline; if you want to know what
> > optimization decisions the compiler made when running your code you
> > want much more detailed output, and -Winline is inherently incredibly
> > fragile.  Tiny changes in the input program can result in substantial
> > differences in the output.)
> 
> It is useful to know
> 	'I can't inline this function that you declared inline, because you
> 	haven't told me what its definition is'

Yeah, that makes sense -- but -Winline has never done that. :-)

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Mark Mitchell
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