Use a namespace for Charm++ code
Charm++ code that is not generated should be in a namespace. Currently name collisions arise (eg Group). In general,
Ck should probably be replaced with a namespace. The specific problem case I am encountering is having a group chare derive off of
Group where I have defined a
Group class in a namespace and want the generated Charm++ code to be in the same namespace. The compiler then searches the namespace first for
Group and finds a candidate that does not work.
#1 Updated by Nils Deppe 6 months ago
Looking through more of the Charm++ code, this ticket should be made a higher priority than I initially thought. Charm++ is riddled with undefined behavior because of using reserved identifiers (see section 126.96.36.199.2 of the C++11 standard). The standard says "Each name that contains a double underscore _ _ or begins with an underscore followed by an uppercase letter is reserved to the implementation for any use." and "Each name that begins with an underscore is reserved to the implementation for use as a name in the
global namespace." The
__register function of
CkIndex_..., and all the
_registerBlah functions just the ones I immediately found.