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Re: Avoiding traditional CPP for assembler
In article <20110107180059.GA28354%britannica.bec.de@localhost>,
Joerg Sonnenberger <joerg%britannica.bec.de@localhost> wrote:
>the attached patch allows us to slowly move to modern assembler-with-cpp
>without the legacy -traditional-cpp. The biggest difference is use if of
>## as string concat and # as stringify as oppossed to /**/ comments and
>magic substition inside strings. The patch starts this on i386 and
>amd64. For amd64 I did a double build of src with and without the patch
>to check for differences. Other platforms can be converted individually.
We could also __CONCAT(,) and __STRING()... but I guess that's ugly.
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