[Gllug] compiling 2.5 kernels

Robert McKay robert at mckay.com
Thu Apr 18 14:12:29 UTC 2002

On Thu, 18 Apr 2002 tet at accucard.com wrote:

> >AFAICR, concatenation of such things is deprecated in the C99 standard.
> String concatenation in general, or concatenation of strings with
> "special" macros like __FUNCTION__? I hope it's not the former, as
> string concetenation was one of the better ideas introduced with
> ANSI C. It'd be a shame to see it deprecated. If nothing else, it
> helps keep your source files under 80 characters per line, "the
> way the gods intended" (tm). :-)
> Tet

Just __FUNCTION__ and other such things.. I think it has something to do
with string concatenation now being done at an earlier stage than the
macro expansion part.. so it doesn't have the function name already
expanded yet when it comes to do the concatenation.


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