[Mono-list] The Intel OCL stuff.
Miguel de Icaza
29 Aug 2001 02:16:21 -0400
I took a quick look at the Intel OCL stuff. Most of the stuff in
there are automatically generated stubs (it is easy to tell them
appart because they are those stored in UTF-16, compared to the ones
with actual implementations which are 8-bit files).
There are a number of interesting bits in there:
* The stubs.
For any class we do not have, we might be able to use those
stubs as a starting point.
* The IO/BuffereadStream.cs implementation.
* The System.PlatformAbstractionLayer.
Other than that, there does not seem to be a lot in there that can
be reused. Although I wonder if the code can be compiled with
csc /nostdlib /recurse which would be helpful in tracking down why we
cant compile the Mono class libraries without crashing the csc