Author benjamin.peterson
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Date 2018-10-26.06:00:42
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Why do we need this Py_STATIC_INLINE macro? If you want to have one for enabling always inline, that's fine with me, since it's compiler-specific. But the current Py_STATIC_INLINE macro seems to conflate linkage with always-inline behavior.
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