Squashing C Source

H T Fallside <htf@sari.edinburgh.ac.uk>
Wed, 5 Dec 90 16:39:12 GMT

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From: H T Fallside <htf@sari.edinburgh.ac.uk>
Keywords: C, optimize
Organization: Compilers Central
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 90 16:39:12 GMT

I'm after a preprocessor that will do in-line expansion of procedure
calls IN SOURCE for C to produce one lovely long main() procedure,
something capable of dealing intelligently with parameters and local
variables. Anyone out there got any ideas before I start writing ?

[GCC has an "inline" keyword which expands procedures in line, but I haven't
seen any source-to-source converters. What do you plan to do about
directly or indirectly recursive routines? -John]

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