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Should raw library bindings drop the namespace prefix?
5 projects | reddit.com/r/haskell | 11 Dec 2022
For context, I have written complete bindings to five different C libraries (freetype2, libvorbis, libspng, al, Chipmunk2D) and the question in the title may very well be the last one I have concerning FFI for quite some time. The question originates from the fact that chiphunk strips prefixes, something no other low-level library I've seen does.
What are some alternatives?
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