Determining if a method is actually inlined
Tue Nov 1 08:15:00 GMT 2005
> From: Jeffrey Holle
> I am using gcc 4.0.2.
> I'm know that the inline keyword is only a sugguestion to a
> C++ compiler,
> because the method's complexity might make inlining impossible.
> Is there a way to determine if a given method was actually inlined?
Look in the map file generated by the linker.
Gnu LD shows you the symbols generated per .o file.
In my stuff (gcc. 3.4.3, binutils 2.15) they all show up destined
for the .gnu.linkonce section.
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