[PATCH]: "decorate" gcc extensions with __extension__
Wed Mar 30 05:46:00 GMT 2005
On Tue, Mar 29, 2005 at 06:33:36PM -0500, Nicholas Wourms wrote:
>Christopher Faylor wrote:
>> However, if I am correctly interpreting your intent, it sounds like you
>> are saying that no one but you would have to worry about sprinkling
>> __extension__'s throughout the code and that we could just write code as
>> we always do.
>Again, I'm not suggesting I be the "point man" on this. Like other
>__attribute__ tags, they can be added as needed/noticed. It's rather trivial
>and I don't see the implied expenditure of labor involved. You can add them or
>not, it won't change the way the code is compiled. Just think of it like
>Rusty's Janitorial patches on LKML.
Ok. Again, I don't want to worry about the use of __extension__. If I
am not going to worry about it and Corinna doesn't want to be worrying
about it then I don't see any reason to do it. It doesn't make much
sense to use it if the two principles aren't interested.
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