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RE: macros vs. blocks
> That is a quality of implementation issue. There is no reason that a macro
> system cannot allow you to write macros that refer to the source file and
> line where the macro is expanded.
Or even the file+line where a function is called from, like in Perl, so
you can write assert as a function, and even get a whole stack trace. I
think we've shot the assert macro example full of holes.
Trevor Blackwell email@example.com (650) 776-7870