[RFA:] Don't use multilib strings in libgloss/m32r/trapmon0.c
Mon Apr 15 13:10:00 GMT 2002
"J. Johnston" wrote:
> Hans-Peter Nilsson wrote:
> > Multi-line string literals are deprecated in gcc-3.1 and are
> > removed from GCC trunk, so some fix is needed. Here's one I've
> > been using for a while. Please tell if ok to commit.
> > libgloss:
> > 2002-04-13 Hans-Peter Nilsson <email@example.com>
> > * m32r/trapmon0.c (__trap0): Don't use multi-line strings.
> Checked in. Thanks. The change to gcc is going to be a major pain for embedded developers.
I couldn't agree more. I found 1000s of asm statements in a quick
grep of newlib, RTEMS, and gdb. :( Hopefully most are single liners.
I accept the fact that we all are going to have to do this but ..
Could someone explain to me why this is a useful change technically?
And is there anyway short of brute force to address this?
> -- Jeff J.
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