GASNet makes the assumption that every C++ compiler groks "inline" and
has never encountered any counter-examples.
On 5/9/2012 8:54 PM, Christopher Samuel wrote:
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> On 10/05/12 07:40, Jeff Squyres wrote:
>> Huh -- really? I always thought that the C++ language itself
>> included the keyword "inline".
> I asked via Twitter and got these responses..
> # Inline was part of C++98 - the first c++ standard, and
> # the inline kwd is in the cfront 1.0 ('86) source. So
> # functionally, yes.
> # This may be a different question than "have all C++
> # compilers always accepted inline?"
> I note that autoconf has an inline test for C:
> But not for C++:
> So perhaps the fact that they've never needed to implement
> such a test is in itself a good guide ?
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