In the C++ tag and I've seen several questions about various APIs and tools that don't have a single line of C++, ask a question that would specifically apply to C++, or ask for their question to be answered in a C++ implementation.
- glsl applying shader
- Can't load own .obj-files from Blender to DX11
- glsl 150 struct in uniform buffer object
- variable number of lights in a glsl shader?
- Non-real time simulation of overlapping repulsive balls
These do not contain or relate to C++ and are general GLSL/OpenGL/DirectX/CUDA questions that could easily be answered with language agnostic solutions or without any code at all. Would it not be better to expressly ask for the solution to be given with a C++ implementation in mind instead of the question being tagged with
c++? Would it be beneficial to remove the
c++ tag in questions like these?
I've read Are language tags useless? and its accepted answers and I really don't see a benefit in searching/filtering for an unrelated tag.