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Date: Wed, 07 Mar 2012 00:59:31 -0300
From: Claudio André <>
Subject: Re: #Include in opencl files

I see no side effect. Maintainers could put files (.cl *AND* .h) where 
he wants. The path only have to be the same.

It just allow you to use a #include inside the opencl file. It is 
related to code maintenance, you can ignore it.


Em 06-03-2012 19:01, Samuele Giovanni Tonon escreveu:
> On 03/06/12 21:03, Claudio André wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I noticed you guys did not use #include directive in .cl files. I used
>> it, so i'm asking if:
>> - it is acceptable? Necessary diff file attached.
>> Copy (and duplicate) source code to the .cl file is not good neither.
>> We only have to copy the .h included to the run folder (as done with .cl
>> files).
> what side effect could they introduce?
> at the moment rather than source tree compilation i'm thinking about
> distro maintainers that would like to have .cl and .h not in /etc/john
> but rather in /usr/share/john/
> Samuele

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