Commit f99be75f authored by Alexander Larsson's avatar Alexander Larsson

Remove mention of non-existing calls from docs

The docs mentions a separate seekable API for the various file streams
which don't actually exists. Change this to refer to the generic
GSeekable calls.
parent 3c0feca7
......@@ -44,12 +44,10 @@
*
* GFileInputStream implements #GSeekable, which allows the input
* stream to jump to arbitrary positions in the file, provided the
* filesystem of the file allows it. In addition to the generic
* g_seekable_ API, GFileInputStream has its own API for seeking
* and positioning. To find the position of a file input stream,
* use g_file_input_stream_tell(). To find out if a file input
* stream supports seeking, use g_file_input_stream_can_seek().
* To position a file input stream, use g_file_input_stream_seek().
* filesystem of the file allows it. To find the position of a file
* input stream, use g_seekable_tell(). To find out if a file input
* stream supports seeking, use g_seekable_stream_can_seek().
* To position a file input stream, use g_seekable_seek().
**/
static void g_file_input_stream_seekable_iface_init (GSeekableIface *iface);
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......@@ -46,16 +46,16 @@
* GFileIOStream implements #GSeekable, which allows the io
* stream to jump to arbitrary positions in the file and to truncate
* the file, provided the filesystem of the file supports these
* operations. In addition to the generic g_seekable_ API,
* GFileIOStream has its own API for seeking and positioning.
* operations.
*
* To find the position of a file io stream, use
* g_file_io_stream_tell().
* g_seekable_tell().
*
* To find out if a file io stream supports seeking, use g_file_io_stream_can_seek().
* To position a file io stream, use g_file_io_stream_seek().
* To find out if a file io stream supports seeking, use g_seekable_can_seek().
* To position a file io stream, use g_seekable_seek().
* To find out if a file io stream supports truncating, use
* g_file_io_stream_can_truncate(). To truncate a file io
* stream, use g_file_io_stream_truncate().
* g_seekable_can_truncate(). To truncate a file io
* stream, use g_seekable_truncate().
*
* The default implementation of all the #GFileIOStream operations
* and the implementation of #GSeekable just call into the same operations
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......@@ -45,15 +45,14 @@
* GFileOutputStream implements #GSeekable, which allows the output
* stream to jump to arbitrary positions in the file and to truncate
* the file, provided the filesystem of the file supports these
* operations. In addition to the generic g_seekable_ API,
* GFileOutputStream has its own API for seeking and positioning.
* To find the position of a file output stream, use
* g_file_output_stream_tell(). To find out if a file output
* stream supports seeking, use g_file_output_stream_can_seek().
* To position a file output stream, use g_file_output_stream_seek().
* To find out if a file output stream supports truncating, use
* g_file_output_stream_can_truncate(). To truncate a file output
* stream, use g_file_output_stream_truncate().
* operations.
*
* To find the position of a file output stream, use g_seekable_tell().
* To find out if a file output stream supports seeking, use
* g_seekable_can_seek().To position a file output stream, use
* g_seekable_seek(). To find out if a file output stream supports
* truncating, use g_seekable_can_truncate(). To truncate a file output
* stream, use g_seekable_truncate().
**/
static void g_file_output_stream_seekable_iface_init (GSeekableIface *iface);
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