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    static functions in the new file .c are visible/used only in this file. If they are not used there, companies are effectively dead code, and some compilers will warn you about this simple fact. In GCC, you can often use the unused attribute function to suppress this warning:

    static int __attribute__((unused)) function1()...

    error used but never defined

    In general, you should follow these guidelines for inline functions:

  • If they can be used in multiple C files, give them static and include their structure in the header file. This allows all .c files that include this header to have their own function definition, often allowing the compiler to detect a problem. Single static function prototypes don’t make sense on a small scale in an h2 tag file used with only a few source files because they lack actual physical definitions.

  • If they are not intended to be reused, save their definition (and prototype, if necessary) to a filele .c where they should be used.

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  • When GCC complains that including a feature is too inefficient due to the size of the feature:

  • Ask yourself if you really need this function to be inline – in my experience, any compiler knows best.

  • error used but never defined

    If you really and ultimately want this function to be inline, you might find the always_inline function attribute useful. You may also have specified a non-default -finline-limit=n setting for GCC to increase the size allowed in inline functions.

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    If owners have written a static inline function in a common header file and also want to convert it to a meaningful regular function, they should:

  • Choose a specific .c file where it makes sense to have a function because (i.e. assemble other related functions with it).

  • Remove the current static and inline keywords from their facescreation and move the definition of this special header to this file.

  • Remove my static and inline keywords from the template and include them in the header file.

  • Disclaimer: You have provided private support only to user no. files that are publicly available to everyone connected to your program. If a public symbol – a variable or one that works for you – is added with the same name, you may experience linking errors or even strange behavior at run time. You have been warned…

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