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RenderScript.ContextType

public static final enum RenderScript.ContextType
extends Enum<RenderScript.ContextType>

java.lang.Object
   ↳ java.lang.Enum<android.renderscript.RenderScript.ContextType>
     ↳ android.renderscript.RenderScript.ContextType


ContextType specifies the specific type of context to be created.

Summary

Enum values

RenderScript.ContextType  DEBUG

DEBUG context, perform extra runtime checks to validate the kernels and APIs are being used as intended. 

RenderScript.ContextType  NORMAL

NORMAL context, this is the default and what shipping apps should use. 

RenderScript.ContextType  PROFILE

PROFILE context, Intended to be used once the first time an application is run on a new device. 

Public methods

static RenderScript.ContextType valueOf(String name)
static final ContextType[] values()

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Enum
From class java.lang.Object
From interface java.lang.Comparable

Enum values

DEBUG

Added in API level 18
RenderScript.ContextType DEBUG

DEBUG context, perform extra runtime checks to validate the kernels and APIs are being used as intended. Get and SetElementAt will be bounds checked in this mode.

NORMAL

Added in API level 18
RenderScript.ContextType NORMAL

NORMAL context, this is the default and what shipping apps should use.

PROFILE

Added in API level 18
RenderScript.ContextType PROFILE

PROFILE context, Intended to be used once the first time an application is run on a new device. This mode allows the runtime to do additional testing and performance tuning.

Public methods

valueOf

Added in API level 18
RenderScript.ContextType valueOf (String name)

Parameters
name String
Returns
RenderScript.ContextType

values

Added in API level 18
ContextType[] values ()

Returns
ContextType[]
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