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  • #11
    Originally posted by plonoma View Post

    Don't take the following I'm going to say too seriously but.

    A break? If it was an insignificant typo in just a random word I can overlook that.
    But he made a mistake in the name of an extension.
    An extension with underscores in the name.
    You don't just type that shit down.
    It's a horrendous oversight!

    Getting the official name of something wrong is such a life-changing disaster I'm finding myself with no words to describe the injustice done today!
    The horror *shudders*
    You go girl!
    Things with underscores in them should be copy/pasted anyway, not actually typed :P

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    • #12
      Use a spell-checker or something Michael?

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      • #13
        Originally posted by bug77 View Post

        You go girl!
        Things with underscores in them should be copy/pasted anyway, not actually typed :P
        Definitely agree with you on that one...

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        • #14
          Originally posted by Sethox View Post

          Didn't Michael have that when he had an intern?

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          • #15
            Originally posted by swoorup View Post
            Use a spell-checker or something Michael?
            I don't think many dictionaries contain the word VL_KHR_mirror_clamp_to_edge.

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            • #16
              Can I code against the Vulkan API using C#, Python, Ruby or JavaScript?

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              • #17
                Originally posted by Petteri View Post

                I don't think many dictionaries contain the word VL_KHR_mirror_clamp_to_edge.
                lol understandable

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by Petteri View Post

                  I don't think many dictionaries contain the word VL_KHR_mirror_clamp_to_edge.
                  Somebody submit a pull request!

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by uid313 View Post
                    Can I code against the Vulkan API using C#, Python, Ruby or JavaScript?

                    Yes, yes, yes and no/maybe.

                    C#, Python and Ruby all contain a C api layer that allows you to use C code with their respective language. Each language has its own headaches, but they work.

                    Javascript in the browser is an absolute no. Node.js, however has a ffi for C/C++ that should be able to interface correctly.

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by dragorth View Post


                      Yes, yes, yes and no/maybe.

                      C#, Python and Ruby all contain a C api layer that allows you to use C code with their respective language. Each language has its own headaches, but they work.

                      Javascript in the browser is an absolute no. Node.js, however has a ffi for C/C++ that should be able to interface correctly.
                      I don't know about the others but C# actually will be quite interesting on that front because there's a CIL -> SPIR-V compiler

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