1. 23 Sep, 2006 3 commits
    • Josh Triplett's avatar
      The Great XCB Renaming · a3bd6f47
      Josh Triplett authored
      Rename API to follow a new naming convention:
      * XCB_CONSTANTS_UPPERCASE_WITH_UNDERSCORES
      * xcb_functions_lowercase_with_underscores
      * xcb_types_lowercase_with_underscores_and_suffix_t
      * expand all abbreviations like "req", "rep", and "iter"
      
      Word boundaries for the names in the protocol descriptions fall:
      * Wherever the protocol descriptions already have an underscore
      * Between a lowercase letter and a subsequent uppercase letter
      * Before the last uppercase letter in a string of uppercase letters followed
        by a lowercase letter (such as in LSBFirst between LSB and First)
      * Before and after a string of digits (with exceptions for sized types like
        xcb_char2b_t and xcb_glx_float32_t to match the stdint.h convention)
      
      Also fix up some particular naming issues:
      * Rename shape_op and shape_kind to drop the "shape_" prefix, since otherwise
        these types end up as xcb_shape_shape_{op,kind}_t.
      * Remove leading underscores from enums in the GLX protocol description,
        previously needed to ensure a word separator, but now redundant.
      
      This renaming breaks code written for the previous API naming convention.  The
      scripts in XCB's tools directory will convert code written for the old API to
      use the new API; they work well enough that we used them to convert the
      non-program-generated code in XCB, and when run on the old program-generated
      code, they almost exactly reproduce the new program-generated code (modulo
      whitespace and bugs in the old code generator).
      
      Authors: Vincent Torri, Thomas Hunger, Josh Triplett
      a3bd6f47
    • Jamey Sharp's avatar
    • Jamey Sharp's avatar
      Handle remaining incorrect API translations in api_conv.pl. · 4168ddc1
      Jamey Sharp authored
      The big change is treating numbers as separate "words" in the
      translation, which leads to funny-looking names like xcb_char_2_b_t, but
      makes more sense than the alternative in other situations and was
      suggested on the mailing list.
      
      This version still disagrees with Vincent's last proposed XSL, but I
      think my output is now preferable. Hopefully Josh has been thinking
      along the same lines.
      4168ddc1
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