inline funtcion of base class
Wed Aug 21 01:29:00 GMT 2013
OK! I will try it !
2013/8/20 Jonathan Wakely <email@example.com>:
> On 20 August 2013 09:53, Hatt Tom wrote:
>> Thanks for reply !
>> I look into the disassembly instructions ,it show me that the call
>> procedure of B::func() own its stack frame ,and its first
>> instruction is push %ebp .
>> so It is not dealed as a inline .
> The compiler is not required to inline functions even if they're
> declared as inline. If you don't enable optimisations when compiling
> there will be no function inlining. Even with optimisations the
> compiler might decide inlining the function would make it slower.
> If you want to force the optimisers to inline it you can use the GNU
> attribute always_inline.
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