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2013-10-07 »

Imagine your whole program was a single source file, with all the bits #included into the one thing, with no private or static variables anywhere.

Now imagine it's about 34000 lines of source code.

Many of which are macro definitions and/or calls to those macros.

Now imagine it's not C, but GNU make.

That's buildroot.

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