Re: [RFC][PATCH] A generic boolean

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Andreas Schwab wrote:
Jes Sorensen <[email protected]> writes:
Thats the problem, people will start putting them into structs, and
voila all alignment predictability has gone out the window.

Just like trying to predict the alignment of any other C type.

Well in that case, could you list the size of it for all Linux archs
please? We know that today long is the only one that differs and that
m68k has horrible natural alignment rules for historical reasons, but
besides that it's pretty sane.

Just because something exists doesn't mean using it is a good thing.
Just like gcc supporting exceptions :)


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