On Wed, 6 Sep 2000, Alan Cox wrote:
> > As readability - it's definitely at least as readable as
> > #if[def]. It also provides more consistent syntax. And when you are
> > using ifdef to violate scoping - your code is in need of rewrite anyway.
> You still need the #ifdef stuff as well for half of it so I dont see what
> it buys you
I suspect that it will be way less than half, but there is only one
way to check it... <shrug> I'll try to do it, if it will not give visible
benefits - too bad, I'll waste some time checking the wrong assumption...
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