[fpc-devel] Odd question?

mm m2 at ellipsa.net
Fri Oct 19 16:19:21 CEST 2007

Jonas Maebe a écrit :
> On 18 Oct 2007, at 16:17, mm wrote:
>> The inlined code shouldn't be much bigger than the calls to "Odd()". So,
>> why aren't they inlined? Is there a reason you did so?
> It's because the Odd function is an assembler function, and the compiler 
> can't yet inline assembler functions. I guess this stems from the time 
> that the compiler was not very good at inlining nor at removing stack 
> frames. I would probably be best to simply remove all assembler 
> implementations of Odd() from the rtl so the generic Pascal version is 
> used instead (which can be inlined).

Ok, thanks. Thus it is quite possible (without too much work) to adapt
FPC so that it inlines the Odd() functions. Should I ask for it on the
Free Pascal bugtracker page?


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