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> On Thu, 29 Aug 2002, Rusty Russell wrote:
> > If you really care about that, try:
> > /* Be paranoid in case someone uses strlen(&("FOO")) */
> > #define strlen(x) \
> > (__builtin_constant_p(x) && sizeof(x) != sizeof(char *)
> > ? (sizeof(x) - 1) : __strlen(x))
> I must say that doesn't make the code any cleaner, which leads to it being
> not as clean as Keith suggested. It was a code cleanup, not a code messup.
This code would exist in one place: those (four) architectures which
insist on having an inline strlen function. These guys already eat
inline asm for breakfast: it's *their* jobs to jump through hoops so
the driver writers can write simple code and have it work well.
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