Can we get inline stock support one of these days? Declare a stock function as inline and then have the compiler paste its contents right into the body of the code. I am usually hesitant to use stocks unless it really gives a code readability boost because having stocks willy nilly everywhere will amount to considerable stack creation overhead. The JIT C++ file uses inline functions almost everywhere, for example.
A prototype like:
stock inline int MyFunction(int params)
Or make it its own thing (separate from stock functions) like:
inline int MyFunction(int params)