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Re: preserve parameter attributes during C++ decl smashing


Jason Merrill wrote:
> This seems like a reasonable change, but it doesn't cover a
> redeclaration that is not a definition which adds attributes, i.e.
> 
> void f(int i);
> void f(int i __attribute ((foo)));
> void f(int i) { ... }
> 
> I think in this situation the "foo" attribute will get silently dropped
> on the floor.  Better to always merge the attributes, I think.

  Is that correct for "__attribute__ ((weak))"?  Or should the version without
the attribute be taken as a strong declaration?

    cheers,
      DaveK


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