On Sat, 2004-11-06 at 16:27, Randy.Dunlap wrote:
> Eric Anholt wrote:
> > One of our developers who is working with a non-gcc compiler has asked
> > if we could convert __FUNCTION__ usage in the drm to __func__. __func__
> > has the benefits of being shorter, being c99, and still being just fine
> > for gcc 2.95. Any opposition?
> Most of linux-kernel still uses & prefers __FUNCTION__ since
> it is compatible with gcc 2.95.
> IOW, __func__ patches are rejected in other linux-kernel subsystems.
Ahh, I just checked on the 2.95.4 I had around, but google tells me it
wasn't around before 2.95.3. Lame.
Eric Anholt eta@...
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