I strongly suggest to apply this patch - this would allow a lot more people to use paflof and probably get this compiled on almost any host system. Please comment on the patch. If there is no good reason against it, this is definitely the way to go.
Well no. It will still only compile on compilers that support GCC's variable macro arg syntax and its computed-goto-to-label support; the only compiler that works with all this is GCC (even icc won't work). Oh, and named record initialization, too (a C99-ism).
If you send a patch that removes these dependencies while not getting any performance loss (and the restrict's matter a lot, but there's not enough of them at this exact moment), it'll sure be applied. But as long as we require GCC anyway, I prefer using all C99 goodies that ease my life.
I'll look into the auto-config-types thingie sometime soonish, btw. Yes I'm slow these days, sorry.
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