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Thread: support for none case sensitive languages

  1. #1
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    support for none case sensitive languages

    there are some defines in UPPERCASE with the same name in lowercase

    for example:
    typedef float cl_float
    and later
    #define CL_FLOAT

    happy number crunching

    (Sorry about my bad English)

  2. #2
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    Re: support for none case sensitive languages

    Yeah, CL naming scheme causes quite a lot of naming collisions in non-case sensitive languages (such as Delphi).

    cl_device_type, CL_DEVICE_TYPE
    cl_context_properties, CL_CONTEXT_PROPERTIES
    cl_mem_flags, CL_MEM_FLAGS

    OpenGL seems to have a lot less collisions, because only the function names + types are able to collide, and it seems unlikely that you'd have new functions called "glInt()", "glEnum()" etc. The constants + type names can't collide because they start with "GL_" or "GL".

    I think we're stuck with the current system now, so the way I work around it in Delphi is to have all the types prefixed with "T", which is a normal Delphi convention, and leave all the constants as they are:
    Tcl_char = ShortInt;
    Tcl_uchar = Byte;

    This allows one rule to prevent the collisions, which seems easier to handle than just renaming the specific names that collide.

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