add #define to revert C99 inlining behaviour

Mike Stump
Sat Nov 4 04:33:00 GMT 2006

On Nov 3, 2006, at 8:03 PM, Andrew Pinski wrote:
> On Fri, 2006-11-03 at 18:59 -0800, Geoffrey Keating wrote:
>> Apparently it is 'controversial' that -std=c99 should implement C99.
>> So, here is a #define.  You can switch it off, on again, off  
>> again, on
>> again, and so on, to your heart's delight.
> Didn't we agree on an option instead of a define inside GCC?

Here is my contribution...  The idea is that Mark can flip the  
default for the switch in the 4.3 release branch, later, if he would  
like to do that.

Also, I'll note, that we could put this into 4.2, with the default to  
0, to get people to fix their software 1 year earlier, if we wanted  
to, this would lesson the hurt in 4.3 when it default to on.


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