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<h1>Function Name Mangling</h1>
If you want to use both Mesa and another OpenGL library in the same
application at the same time you may find it useful to compile Mesa with
<i>name mangling</i>.
This results in all the Mesa functions being prefixed with
<b>mgl</b> instead of <b>gl</b>.
To do this, recompile Mesa with the compiler flag -DUSE_MGL_NAMESPACE.
Add the flag to CFLAGS in the configuration file which you want to use.
For example: