------- Comment #4 from jakub at gcc dot gnu dot org  2010-09-17 07:09 -------
You can use gcc -E -P, then it doesn't print # <lineno> <file>
lines and puts the label and fn on the same line (as, without the line notes
locations aren't preserved anyway).
As Andrew wrote, gcc -E is a C/C++ preprocessor, and the semantics of
 fn (args)
is the same as
label: fn (args)
and the former maintains better the location info.



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