Paolo Bonzini <bonz...@gnu.org> writes:
> Yes, the # comment is actually part of the macro argument. If you want
> to write a "real" comment (i.e. at the m4 rather than shell level) use
> "dnl" instead of "#".
Actually both are part of the macro argument and act like comment
introducers at the m4 level, but they differ in what they expand to.
Andreas Schwab, sch...@linux-m68k.org
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