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re: KNF and the C preprocessor
> (Okay, that's not quite true. Using always_inline doesn't necessarily
> mean committing to gcc. But _depending on_ always_inline does, ISTM.)
there are at least 3 other compilers i'm aware of that support
always_inline attribute, along with many of other GCC specific
features that aren't part of standard C. pcc, icc and clang,
at least one of which is able to build a working netbsd tree.
ie, if you're willing to be careful about your use of GCC
extensions, you've still got a high chance of working elsewhere.
netbsd is *really not* interested in being wedded to GCC itself,
but we may require that GCC particular extensions exist.
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