On 13 Jan 2010 at 18:56, Erez Zilber wrote:


I wonder whether the #define could be replaced with an inline function. 
The readability would be much better, and the code should be more or 
less the same, unless you need special macro processing. For code size 
we could even try to make it a "normal" routine (i.e. not inlined). The 
performance might suffer a little bit, however.

Also: With "-O3" gcc usually automatically inlines short "static" 
(locally defined?) routines.


> Here it is:
> Added the following code in libiscsi.h:
> #define iscsi_log(log_level, dev, dbg_fmt, arg...)                    \
>       do {                                                            \
>       } while (0);

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