"Mark A. Carlson" <mark.carl...@sun.com> writes: > +#if defined (__SUNPRO_C) > +static inline void > +#else > inline void > +#endif > load_frames(struct session *ses, struct document_view *doc_view)
This looks like <http://bugzilla.elinks.cz/show_bug.cgi?id=1047>. That bug was reported against ELinks 0.12pre1 though. I haven't heard about such problems with 0.11.5 before. It looks like 0.10.6 has the same bug; can you confirm? Because ELinks is violating a C99 requirement, rather than something specific to Sun, I don't think it's right to make an exception for the Sun compiler. Instead, we should make the functions not inline and measure how that affects the speed. If it hurts too much, then define e.g. static inline int inline_elinks_ulongcat() and make both int elinks_ulongcat() and int elinks_longcat() call that. GCC should generate from that approximately the same code as from the current sources.
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