[SDL] SDL 2.0 ABI locked
Sik the hedgehog
sik.the.hedgehog at gmail.com
Sun Mar 17 15:42:31 PDT 2013
But stdint.h is part of the standard and would affect way more than
just SDL. If you don't have one you probably are going to have even
more issues later. Besides SDL's own types aren't very safe anyway -
they aren't prefixed, and the names are quite predictable (e.g.
Uint8), chances are several other libraries have those same exact
typedefs too and will conflict with SDL as well. It's a lose-lose
situation no matter what.
2013/3/17, Nathaniel J Fries <nfries88 at yahoo.com>:
> Alexey Petruchik wrote:
>> > which lacks stdint.h
>> But SDL defines missing stdint.h types if needed! Just look at
> If every library defined the stdint types in the case of missing stdint.h,
> every library's header would conflict, and use of multiple libraries would
> require modifying the headers. And requiring a person to download a
> third-party header is impractical (indeed, one of the things I like about
> SDL as opposed to SFML and other similar libraries is that SDL has no
> third-party dependencies).
> Nate Fries
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