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/* GTK - The GIMP Toolkit
 * Copyright (C) 1995-1997 Peter Mattis, Spencer Kimball and Josh MacDonald
 *
 * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU Library General Public
 * License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
 * version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 *
 * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
 * Library General Public License for more details.
 *
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU Library General Public
 * License along with this library; if not, write to the Free
 * Software Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
 */
#ifndef __GTK_OBJECT_H__
#define __GTK_OBJECT_H__


#include <gtk/gtkenums.h>
#include <gtk/gtktypeutils.h>
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#include <gtk/gtkdebug.h>
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#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif /* __cplusplus */



/* The debugging versions of the casting macros make sure the cast is "ok"
 *  before proceeding, but they are definately slower than their less
 *  careful counterparts as they involve no less than 3 function calls.
 */
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#ifdef GTK_NO_CHECK_CASTS
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#define GTK_CHECK_CAST(obj,cast_type,cast)         ((cast*) (obj))
#define GTK_CHECK_CLASS_CAST(klass,cast_type,cast) ((cast*) (klass))
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#else /* !GTK_NO_CHECK_CASTS */
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#define GTK_CHECK_CAST(obj,cast_type,cast) \
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  ((cast*) gtk_object_check_cast ((GtkObject*) (obj), cast_type))
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#define GTK_CHECK_CLASS_CAST(klass,cast_type,cast) \
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  ((cast*) gtk_object_check_class_cast ((GtkObjectClass*) (klass), cast_type))
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#endif /* GTK_NO_CHECK_CASTS */
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/* Determines whether 'obj' is a type of 'otype'.
 */
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#define GTK_CHECK_TYPE(obj,otype)  (gtk_type_is_a (((GtkObject*) (obj))->klass->type, otype))
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/* Macro for casting a pointer to a GtkObject pointer.
 */
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#define GTK_OBJECT(obj)                   GTK_CHECK_CAST ((obj), gtk_object_get_type (), GtkObject)
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/* Macros for extracting various fields from GtkObject and GtkObjectClass.
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 */
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#define GTK_OBJECT_CLASS(klass)           (GTK_CHECK_CLASS_CAST ((klass), gtk_object_get_type (), GtkObjectClass))
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#define GTK_OBJECT_TYPE(obj)              (GTK_OBJECT (obj)->klass->type)
#define GTK_OBJECT_SIGNALS(obj)           (GTK_OBJECT (obj)->klass->signals)
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#define GTK_OBJECT_NSIGNALS(obj)          (GTK_OBJECT (obj)->klass->nsignals)
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/* GtkObject only uses the first 4 bits of the flags field.
 * GtkWidget uses the remaining bits. Though this is a kinda nasty
 * break up, it does make the size of GtkWidget smaller.
 */
enum
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{
  GTK_DESTROYED         = 1 << 0,
  GTK_FLOATING          = 1 << 1,
  GTK_RESERVED_1        = 1 << 2,
  GTK_RESERVED_2        = 1 << 3
};
  
/* GtkArg access bits for gtk_object_add_arg_type
 */
enum
{
  GTK_ARG_READABLE	= 1 << 0,
  GTK_ARG_WRITABLE	= 1 << 1,
};
#define GTK_ARG_READWRITE	(GTK_ARG_READABLE | GTK_ARG_WRITABLE)

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/* Macros for extracting the object_flags from GtkObject.
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 */
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#define GTK_OBJECT_FLAGS(obj)             (GTK_OBJECT (obj)->flags)
#define GTK_OBJECT_DESTROYED(obj)         (GTK_OBJECT_FLAGS (obj) & GTK_DESTROYED)
#define GTK_OBJECT_FLOATING(obj)          (GTK_OBJECT_FLAGS (obj) & GTK_FLOATING)
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/* Macros for setting and clearing bits in the object_flags field of GtkObject.
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#define GTK_OBJECT_SET_FLAGS(obj,flag)    G_STMT_START{ (GTK_OBJECT_FLAGS (obj) |= (flag)); }G_STMT_END
#define GTK_OBJECT_UNSET_FLAGS(obj,flag)  G_STMT_START{ (GTK_OBJECT_FLAGS (obj) &= ~(flag)); }G_STMT_END

/* Macro for testing whether "obj" is of type GtkObject.
 */
#define GTK_IS_OBJECT(obj)                (GTK_CHECK_TYPE ((obj), gtk_object_get_type ()))
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typedef struct _GtkObjectClass  GtkObjectClass;


/* GtkObject is the base of the object hierarchy. It defines
 *  the few basic items that all derived classes contain.
 */
struct _GtkObject
{
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  /* A pointer to the objects class. This will actually point to
   *  the derived objects class struct (which will be derived from
   *  GtkObjectClass).
   */
  GtkObjectClass *klass;

  /* 32 bits of flags. GtkObject only uses 4 of these bits and
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   *  GtkWidget uses the rest. This is done because structs are
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   *  aligned on 4 or 8 byte boundaries. If a new bitfield were
   *  used in GtkWidget much space would be wasted.
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   */
  guint32 flags;

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  /* reference count.
   * refer to the file REFCOUNTING on this issue.
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   */
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  guint ref_count;
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  /* The list of signal handlers and other data
   *  fields for this object.
   */
  gpointer object_data;
};

/* GtkObjectClass is the base of the class hierarchy. It defines
 *  the basic necessities for the class mechanism to work. Namely,
 *  the "type", "signals" and "nsignals" fields.
 */
struct _GtkObjectClass
{
  /* The type identifier for the objects class. There is
   *  one unique identifier per class.
   */
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  GtkType type;
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  /* The signals this object class handles. "signals" is an
   *  array of signal ID's.
   */
  gint *signals;

  /* The number of signals listed in "signals".
   */
  gint nsignals;

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  /* The number of arguments per class.
   */
  guint n_args;

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  /* The destroy function for objects. In one way ore another
   *  this is defined for all objects. If an object class overrides
   *  this method in order to perform class specific destruction
   *  then it should still call it after it is finished with its
   *  own cleanup. (See the destroy function for GtkWidget for
   *  an example of how to do this).
   */
  void (* destroy) (GtkObject *object);
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  void (* finalize) (GtkObject *object);
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};


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/* For the purpose of user signals we need the signal function
 * and signal marshaller signatures already in this place.
 */
#define GTK_SIGNAL_FUNC(f)  ((GtkSignalFunc) f)

typedef void (*GtkSignalFunc)       (void);
typedef void (*GtkSignalMarshaller) (GtkObject      *object,
				     GtkSignalFunc   func,
				     gpointer        func_data,
				     GtkArg         *args);


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/* Get the type identifier for GtkObject's.
 */
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guint	gtk_object_get_type		(void);
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/* Append "signals" to those already defined in "class".
 */
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void	gtk_object_class_add_signals	(GtkObjectClass	*klass,
					 gint           *signals,
					 gint            nsignals);
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/* Append a user defined signal without default handler to a class.
 */
gint    gtk_object_class_add_user_signal (GtkObjectClass     *klass,
					  const gchar        *name,
					  GtkSignalMarshaller marshaller,
					  GtkType             return_val,
					  gint                nparams,
					  ...);

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GtkObject*	gtk_object_new		(guint		type,
					 ...);
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GtkObject*	gtk_object_newv		(guint		type,
					 guint		nargs,
					 GtkArg		*args);
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void gtk_object_sink      (GtkObject        *object);
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void gtk_object_ref       (GtkObject        *object);
void gtk_object_unref     (GtkObject        *object);

void gtk_object_weakref   (GtkObject        *object,
			   GtkDestroyNotify  notify,
			   gpointer          data);
void gtk_object_weakunref (GtkObject        *object,
			   GtkDestroyNotify  notify,
			   gpointer          data);
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void gtk_object_destroy	  (GtkObject *object);
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/* gtk_object_getv() sets an arguments type and value, or just
 * its type to GTK_TYPE_INVALID.
 * if arg->type == GTK_TYPE_STRING, it's the callers response to
 * do a g_free (GTK_VALUE_STRING (arg));
 */
void	gtk_object_getv		(GtkObject	*object,
				 guint		nargs,
				 GtkArg		*args);

/* gtk_object_set() takes a variable argument list of the form:
 * (..., gchar *arg_name, ARG_VALUES, [repeatedly name/value pairs,] NULL)
 * where ARG_VALUES type depend on the argument and can consist of
 * more than one c-function argument.
 */
void	gtk_object_set		(GtkObject	*object,
				 ...);
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void	gtk_object_setv		(GtkObject	*object,
				 guint		nargs,
				 GtkArg		*args);
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/* Allocate a GtkArg array of size nargs that hold the
 * names and types of the args that can be used with
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 * gtk_object_set/gtk_object_get. if (acess_masks!=NULL),
 * (*access_mask) will be set to point to a newly allocated
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 * guint array that holds the access masks of the args.
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 * It is the callers response to do a
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 * g_free (returned_args); g_free (*acess_masks).
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GtkArg* gtk_object_query_args   (GtkType	class_type,
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				 guint		**acess_masks,
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				 guint          *nargs);

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void	gtk_object_add_arg_type	(const gchar	*arg_name,
				 GtkType	arg_type,
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				 guint		access_mask,
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				 guint		arg_id);
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GtkType	gtk_object_get_arg_type	(const gchar	*arg_name);
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/* Set 'data' to the "object_data" field of the object. The
 *  data is indexed by the "key". If there is already data
 *  associated with "key" then the new data will replace it.
 *  If 'data' is NULL then this call is equivalent to
 *  'gtk_object_remove_data'.
 */
void gtk_object_set_data (GtkObject   *object,
			  const gchar *key,
			  gpointer     data);

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/* Like gtk_object_set_data, but takes an additional argument
 * which is a function to be called when the data is removed
 */
void gtk_object_set_data_full (GtkObject   *object,
			       const gchar *key,
			       gpointer     data,
			       GtkDestroyNotify destroy);

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/* Get the data associated with "key".
 */
gpointer gtk_object_get_data (GtkObject   *object,
			      const gchar *key);

/* Remove the data associated with "key". This call is
 *  equivalent to 'gtk_object_set_data' where 'data' is NULL.
 */
void gtk_object_remove_data (GtkObject   *object,
			     const gchar *key);

/* Set the "user_data" object data field of "object". It should
 *  be noted that this is no different than calling 'gtk_object_data_add'
 *  with a key of "user_data". It is merely provided as a convenience.
 */
void gtk_object_set_user_data (GtkObject *object,
			       gpointer   data);

/* Get the "user_data" object data field of "object". It should
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 *  be noted that this is no different than calling 'gtk_object_get_data'
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 *  with a key of "user_data". It is merely provided as a convenience.
 */
gpointer gtk_object_get_user_data (GtkObject *object);

GtkObject* gtk_object_check_cast (GtkObject *obj,
				  GtkType    cast_type);

GtkObjectClass* gtk_object_check_class_cast (GtkObjectClass *klass,
					     GtkType         cast_type);

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void	gtk_trace_referencing	(gpointer    *object,
				 const gchar *func,
				 guint        local_frame,
				 guint        line,
				 gboolean     do_ref);
     
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#if G_ENABLE_DEBUG && defined (__GNUC__)
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#  define gtk_object_ref(o)   G_STMT_START{static guint f=0;gtk_trace_referencing((gpointer)o,__PRETTY_FUNCTION__,++f,__LINE__, 1);f--;}G_STMT_END
#  define gtk_object_unref(o) G_STMT_START{static guint f=0;gtk_trace_referencing((gpointer)o,__PRETTY_FUNCTION__,++f,__LINE__, 0);f--;}G_STMT_END
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#endif	/* G_ENABLE_DEBUG && __GNUC__ */
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#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif /* __cplusplus */


#endif /* __GTK_OBJECT_H__ */