How do you stop functions being inlined?
Manuel M. T. Chakravarty
Sun, 19 Aug 2001 23:38:52 +1000
"Simon Peyton-Jones" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote,
> | I think in the light of the current situation, it would be
> | better if the Haskell standard for pragmas were changed to specify:
> | (1) NOTINLINE is a synonym for NOINLINE.
> | (2) Case in the first word of a pragma is ignored (which
> | everyone seems to
> | be assuming but isn't specified anywhere).
> | (3) Perhaps also SPECIALISE as a synonym for SPECIALIZE, like
> | GHC. It does seem to me particularly important that we should
> | standardise pragmas as much as possible, given that pragmas
> | not recognised get ignored.
> OK. For the Haskell 98 report I propose
> 1. Change "notInline" to "NOINLINE".
> 2. Change "specialize" to "SPECIALIZE"
> 3. Delete E.3 (optimize pragma) altogether