Re: + kernelh-make-abs-work-with-64-bit-types.patch added to -mm tree

From: Michal Nazarewicz
Date: Thu Sep 24 2015 - 09:33:05 EST

On Wed, Sep 23 2015, Alexey Dobriyan wrote:
> I've sent kabs() before which didn't go in because it didn't work for
> INT_MAX et al
> (don't worry, this abs() doens't as well) but it is nicer that this
> version in other aspects
> (hopefully).
> [PATCH v2] Add kabs()


+ (void)(_x))))))); \

instead of:

+ _x)))))); \

at the end. Since kabs makes no sense for unsigned types itâs best to
fail with compile-time error than to let user think that the call is
actually doing something.

Also, you donât need ({ â }) around the â_x < 0 ? -_x : _xâ expression,
do you?

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