Commit bcab7ba0 authored by Matthias Clasen's avatar Matthias Clasen

docs: Remove some unneeded decorations

@var is not expanded inside literal `` blocks.
Just remove those @ characters.
parent bc6ee788
......@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ void
*
* Increments the value of @atomic by 1.
*
* Think of this operation as an atomic version of `{ *@atomic += 1; }`.
* Think of this operation as an atomic version of `{ *atomic += 1; }`.
*
* This call acts as a full compiler and hardware memory barrier.
*
......@@ -157,7 +157,7 @@ void
* Decrements the value of @atomic by 1.
*
* Think of this operation as an atomic version of
* `{ *@atomic -= 1; return (*@atomic == 0); }`.
* `{ *atomic -= 1; return (*atomic == 0); }`.
*
* This call acts as a full compiler and hardware memory barrier.
*
......@@ -183,7 +183,7 @@ gboolean
* This compare and exchange is done atomically.
*
* Think of this operation as an atomic version of
* `{ if (*@atomic == @oldval) { *@atomic = @newval; return TRUE; } else return FALSE; }`.
* `{ if (*atomic == oldval) { *atomic = newval; return TRUE; } else return FALSE; }`.
*
* This call acts as a full compiler and hardware memory barrier.
*
......@@ -207,7 +207,7 @@ gboolean
* Atomically adds @val to the value of @atomic.
*
* Think of this operation as an atomic version of
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *@atomic += @val; return tmp; }`.
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *atomic += val; return tmp; }`.
*
* This call acts as a full compiler and hardware memory barrier.
*
......@@ -236,7 +236,7 @@ gint
* This call acts as a full compiler and hardware memory barrier.
*
* Think of this operation as an atomic version of
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *@atomic &= @val; return tmp; }`.
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *atomic &= val; return tmp; }`.
*
* Returns: the value of @atomic before the operation, unsigned
*
......@@ -258,7 +258,7 @@ guint
* storing the result back in @atomic.
*
* Think of this operation as an atomic version of
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *@atomic |= @val; return tmp; }`.
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *atomic |= val; return tmp; }`.
*
* This call acts as a full compiler and hardware memory barrier.
*
......@@ -282,7 +282,7 @@ guint
* storing the result back in @atomic.
*
* Think of this operation as an atomic version of
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *@atomic ^= @val; return tmp; }`.
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *atomic ^= val; return tmp; }`.
*
* This call acts as a full compiler and hardware memory barrier.
*
......@@ -348,7 +348,7 @@ void
* This compare and exchange is done atomically.
*
* Think of this operation as an atomic version of
* `{ if (*@atomic == @oldval) { *@atomic = @newval; return TRUE; } else return FALSE; }`.
* `{ if (*atomic == oldval) { *atomic = newval; return TRUE; } else return FALSE; }`.
*
* This call acts as a full compiler and hardware memory barrier.
*
......@@ -373,7 +373,7 @@ gboolean
* Atomically adds @val to the value of @atomic.
*
* Think of this operation as an atomic version of
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *@atomic += @val; return tmp; }`.
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *atomic += val; return tmp; }`.
*
* This call acts as a full compiler and hardware memory barrier.
*
......@@ -397,7 +397,7 @@ gssize
* storing the result back in @atomic.
*
* Think of this operation as an atomic version of
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *@atomic &= @val; return tmp; }`.
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *atomic &= val; return tmp; }`.
*
* This call acts as a full compiler and hardware memory barrier.
*
......@@ -421,7 +421,7 @@ gsize
* storing the result back in @atomic.
*
* Think of this operation as an atomic version of
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *@atomic |= @val; return tmp; }`.
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *atomic |= val; return tmp; }`.
*
* This call acts as a full compiler and hardware memory barrier.
*
......@@ -445,7 +445,7 @@ gsize
* storing the result back in @atomic.
*
* Think of this operation as an atomic version of
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *@atomic ^= @val; return tmp; }`.
* `{ tmp = *atomic; *atomic ^= val; return tmp; }`.
*
* This call acts as a full compiler and hardware memory barrier.
*
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