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Re: alloca again
>> #if defined(_NETBSD_SOURCE)
>> #if defined(alloca) && (alloca == __builtin_alloca) && \
> According to my knowledge of the C preprocessor, the condition
> 'alloca == __builtin_alloca' always evaluates to '0 == 0', assuming
> that if 'alloca' and '__builtin_alloca' are actually defined, they
> expand to some other identifier.
Yes and no. At least, as of the latest spec I've got (which admittedly
is a very late C99 draft, not the standard itself).
_NETBSD_SOURCE and __builtin_alloca are each in reserved-for-any-use
namespace, so there are no grounds for citing the standard as basis for
any behaviour whatsoever from that.
Ignoring that issue - if, say, they were NETBSD_SOURCE and
builtin_alloca instead - then I believe you are correct.
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