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Re: camlidl: (feature wish) calling conventions for function declaration #2851

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vicuna opened this Issue Jul 23, 2001 · 1 comment

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vicuna commented Jul 23, 2001

Original bug ID: 450
Reporter: administrator
Status: closed
Resolution: fixed
Priority: normal
Severity: minor
Category: -for CamlIDL use https://github.com/xavierleroy/camlidl/issues

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Dmitry Bely dbely@mail.ru writes:

Is it possible to specify the non-standard calling convention (e.g. pascal
instead cdecl) for some function, declared in .idl file? I have a
binary-only C-library, that uses pascal calling convention (highly
optimized image processing stuff from Intel), but I cannot find the way of
using it without manual modification of camlidl-generated definitions.

OK, I've found the way to do this: include library-supplied header file(s)
in .c file insead camlidl generated one. So specifing calling convention
in IDL file itself might not be necessary ...

Hope to hear from you soon,
Dmitry

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vicuna commented Jul 24, 2001

Comment author: administrator

See #2844

@vicuna vicuna closed this Jul 30, 2001

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