Probably would if inline were added to the function spec?
If we're going to worry about space, we'd start by worrying about the
existence of current->cpus_allowed in the UP case.
> At any rate, if we're pounding APM BIOS calls or apm_power_off()
> like wild monkeys there's something far more disturbing going wrong
> than 64B of code gcc couldn't optimize (it's probably due to some
> jump target being aligned to death or some such nonsense).
I much prefer the removal of #ifdef approach - would have prevented
the bug getting out in the first place.
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