[coreboot] [patch] superiotool NetBSD support
wt at penguintechs.org
Wed Oct 20 10:04:13 CEST 2010
On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 6:42 AM, Jonathan A. Kollasch
<jakllsch at kollasch.net> wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 17, 2010 at 10:51:06PM -0700, Warren Turkal wrote:
>> It might be better to use "inline" instead of "__inline" and define a macro to
>> use the real name you want on certain platorms since c99 reserves the keyword
>> "inline" for this purpose.
> Well, the Makefile gives the compiler -ansi ...
The Makefile can be changed.
>> Having said that, do those functions really need to be inlined?
> Maybe, they aren't used that much, and may as well flow right into
> the code IMO.
* GCC can inline functions that don't declare themselves inline, and
it can refuse to inline one that use the __inline attribute. I think
it'd be better to rely on compiler optimizations than to explicitly
state that it's inline.
* Superiotool isn't some long running process, so an optimization that
makes the code less readable is not really useful. I believe that it
makes the code less readable by embedding functional code (i.e. not
just prototypes and macros) in a header file.'
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