Provides a description of the current platform in lurid detail so that common code never needs to actually know what the current operating system and architecture are.
It is both very pragmatic and canonical in that if any application code finds itself needing to make a platform decision, it should always define a Starboard Configuration feature instead. This implies the continued existence of very narrowly-defined configuration features, but it retains porting control in Starboard.
Specifies the alignment for a class, struct, union, enum, class/struct field, or stack variable.
Returns the alignment reqiured for any instance of the type indicated by
A constant expression that evaluates to the size_t size of a statically-sized array.
A constant expression that evaluates to the int size of a statically-sized array.
Determines a compile-time capability of the system.
Will cause a compiler error with
expr is false.
msg must be a valid identifier, and must be a unique type in the scope of the declaration.
SB_DEPRECATED(int Foo(int bar)); Annotates the function as deprecated, which will trigger a compiler warning when referenced.
SB_DEPRECATED_EXTERNAL(...) annotates the function as deprecated for external clients, but not deprecated for starboard.
A macro to disallow the copy constructor and operator= functions This should be used in the private: declarations for a class
The API version that is currently open for changes, and therefore is not stable or frozen. Production-oriented ports should avoid declaring that they implement the experimental Starboard API version.
Whether we use PRETTY_FUNCTION PRETTY_FUNCTION or FUNCTION FUNCTION for logging.
Determines at compile-time whether this platform has a standard feature or header available.
Whether the current platform has 64-bit atomic operations.
Specifies whether this platform has a performant OpenGL ES 2 implementation, which allows client applications to use GL rendering paths. Derived from the gyp variable
gl_type gl_type which indicates what kind of GL implementation is available.
Determines at compile-time whether this platform has a quirk.
Declare numeric literals of signed 64-bit type.
Determines at compile-time an inherent aspect of this platform.
Legal values for SB_PREFERRED_RGBA_BYTE_ORDER are defined in this file above as SB_PREFERRED_RGBA_BYTE_ORDER_*. If your platform uses GLES, you should set this to SB_PREFERRED_RGBA_BYTE_ORDER_RGBA. Whether the current platform is little endian.
Macro for hinting that an expression is likely to be true.
The maximum API version allowed by this version of the Starboard headers, inclusive.
The minimum API version allowed by this version of the Starboard headers, inclusive.
Macro to annotate a function as noreturn, which signals to the compiler that the function cannot return.
Declares a function as overriding a virtual function on compilers that support it.
An enumeration of values for the kSbPreferredByteOrder configuration variable. Setting this up properly means avoiding slow color swizzles when passing pixel data from one library to another. Note that these definitions are in byte-order and so are endianness-independent.
Tells the compiler a function is using a printf-style format string.
format_param is the one-based index of the format string parameter;
dots_param is the one-based index of the “...” parameter. For v*printf functions (which take a va_list), pass 0 for dots_param. (This is undocumented but matches what the system C headers do.) (Partially taken from base/compiler_specific.h)
The next API version to be frozen, but is still subject to emergency changes. It is reasonable to base a port on the Release Candidate API version, but be aware that small incompatible changes may still be made to it. The following will be uncommented when an API version is a release candidate.
Include the platform-specific configuration. This macro is set by GYP in starboard_base_target.gypi and passed in on the command line for all targets and all configurations. After version 12, we start to use runtime constants instead of macros for certain platform dependent configurations. This file substitutes configuration macros for the corresponding runtime constants so we don‘t reference these constants when they aren’t defined. Makes a pointer-typed parameter restricted so that the compiler can make certain optimizations because it knows the pointers are unique.
Determines at compile-time the size of a data type, or 0 if the data type that was specified was invalid.
Standard CPP trick to stringify an evaluated macro definition.
Declare numeric literals of unsigned 64-bit type.
Macro for hinting that an expression is likely to be false.
Trivially references a parameter that is otherwise unreferenced, preventing a compiler warning on some platforms.
Causes the annotated (at the end) function to generate a warning if the result is not accessed.