Commit 4aeca6c6 authored by Björn Lindqvist's avatar Björn Lindqvist Committed by Björn Lindqvist

Update docstring to match pango_color_parse, do not reference XParseColor

2008-05-24  Björn Lindqvist  <bjourne@gmail.com>

	* gdk/gdkcolor.c (gdk_color_parse): Update docstring to match
	pango_color_parse, do not reference XParseColor forms (#434991). 

svn path=/trunk/; revision=20135
parent 6b96eae1
2008-05-24 Björn Lindqvist <bjourne@gmail.com>
* gdk/gdkcolor.c (gdk_color_parse): Update docstring to match
pango_color_parse, do not reference XParseColor forms (#434991).
2008-05-24 James Sharpe <jsharpe@gnome.org>
* gdk/gdk.symbols: Remove duplicate
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......@@ -316,17 +316,18 @@ gdk_color_get_type (void)
* @spec: the string specifying the color.
* @color: the #GdkColor to fill in
*
* Parses a textual specification of a color and fill in
* the <structfield>red</structfield>,
* <structfield>green</structfield>, and
* <structfield>blue</structfield> fields of a
* #GdkColor structure. The color is <emphasis>not</emphasis>
* allocated, you must call gdk_colormap_alloc_color() yourself.
* The text string can be in any of the forms accepted
* by <function>XParseColor</function>; these include
* name for a color from <filename>rgb.txt</filename>, such as
* <literal>DarkSlateGray</literal>, or a hex specification
* such as <literal>&num;3050b2</literal> or <literal>&num;35b</literal>.
* Parses a textual specification of a color and fill in the
* <structfield>red</structfield>, <structfield>green</structfield>,
* and <structfield>blue</structfield> fields of a #GdkColor
* structure. The color is <emphasis>not</emphasis> allocated, you
* must call gdk_colormap_alloc_color() yourself. The string can
* either one of a large set of standard names. (Taken from the X11
* <filename>rgb.txt</filename> file), or it can be a hex value in the
* form '&num;rgb' '&num;rrggbb' '&num;rrrgggbbb' or
* '&num;rrrrggggbbbb' where 'r', 'g' and 'b' are hex digits of the
* red, green, and blue components of the color, respectively. (White
* in the four forms is '&num;fff' '&num;ffffff' '&num;fffffffff' and
* '&num;ffffffffffff')
*
* Return value: %TRUE if the parsing succeeded.
**/
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