Commit 2bafc7d1 authored by Matthias Clasen's avatar Matthias Clasen

GtkAdjustment: Deprecate some redundant API

Both gtk_adjustment_changed and gtk_adjustment_value_changed
are unnecessary every since we've sealed the GtkAdjustment
struct.

https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=619493
parent 647889c2
......@@ -37,17 +37,11 @@
*
* The #GtkAdjustment object represents a value which has an associated lower
* and upper bound, together with step and page increments, and a page size.
* It is used within several GTK+ widgets, including
* #GtkSpinButton, #GtkViewport, and #GtkRange (which is a base class for
* #GtkHScrollbar, #GtkVScrollbar, #GtkHScale, and #GtkVScale).
* It is used within several GTK+ widgets, including #GtkSpinButton, #GtkViewport,
* and #GtkRange (which is a base class for #GtkScrollbar and #GtkScale).
*
* The #GtkAdjustment object does not update the value itself. Instead
* it is left up to the owner of the #GtkAdjustment to control the value.
*
* The owner of the #GtkAdjustment typically calls the
* gtk_adjustment_value_changed() and gtk_adjustment_changed() functions
* after changing the value and its bounds. This results in the emission of the
* #GtkAdjustment::value-changed or #GtkAdjustment::changed signal respectively.
*/
......@@ -350,6 +344,19 @@ gtk_adjustment_set_property (GObject *object,
}
}
static inline void
emit_changed (GtkAdjustment *adjustment)
{
g_signal_emit (adjustment, adjustment_signals[CHANGED], 0);
}
static inline void
emit_value_changed (GtkAdjustment *adjustment)
{
g_signal_emit (adjustment, adjustment_signals[VALUE_CHANGED], 0);
g_object_notify (G_OBJECT (adjustment), "value");
}
static void
gtk_adjustment_dispatch_properties_changed (GObject *object,
guint n_pspecs,
......@@ -377,7 +384,7 @@ gtk_adjustment_dispatch_properties_changed (GObject *object,
if (changed)
{
adjustment_changed_stamp++;
gtk_adjustment_changed (GTK_ADJUSTMENT (object));
emit_changed (GTK_ADJUSTMENT (object));
}
}
......@@ -447,7 +454,7 @@ adjustment_set_value (GtkAdjustment *adjustment,
if (adjustment->priv->value != value)
{
adjustment->priv->value = value;
gtk_adjustment_value_changed (adjustment);
emit_value_changed (adjustment);
}
}
......@@ -856,10 +863,10 @@ gtk_adjustment_configure (GtkAdjustment *adjustment,
g_object_thaw_notify (G_OBJECT (adjustment));
if (old_stamp == adjustment_changed_stamp)
gtk_adjustment_changed (adjustment); /* force emission before ::value-changed */
emit_changed (adjustment); /* force emission before ::value-changed */
if (value_changed)
gtk_adjustment_value_changed (adjustment);
emit_value_changed (adjustment);
}
/**
......@@ -869,13 +876,15 @@ gtk_adjustment_configure (GtkAdjustment *adjustment,
* Emits a #GtkAdjustment::changed signal from the #GtkAdjustment.
* This is typically called by the owner of the #GtkAdjustment after it has
* changed any of the #GtkAdjustment properties other than the value.
*
* Deprecated: 3.18: GTK+ emits #GtkAdjustment::changed itself whenever any
* of the properties (other than value) change
*/
void
gtk_adjustment_changed (GtkAdjustment *adjustment)
{
g_return_if_fail (GTK_IS_ADJUSTMENT (adjustment));
g_signal_emit (adjustment, adjustment_signals[CHANGED], 0);
emit_changed (adjustment);
}
/**
......@@ -885,14 +894,15 @@ gtk_adjustment_changed (GtkAdjustment *adjustment)
* Emits a #GtkAdjustment::value-changed signal from the #GtkAdjustment.
* This is typically called by the owner of the #GtkAdjustment after it has
* changed the #GtkAdjustment:value property.
*
* Deprecated: 3.18: GTK+ emits #GtkAdjustment::value-changed itself whenever
* the value changes
*/
void
gtk_adjustment_value_changed (GtkAdjustment *adjustment)
{
g_return_if_fail (GTK_IS_ADJUSTMENT (adjustment));
g_signal_emit (adjustment, adjustment_signals[VALUE_CHANGED], 0);
g_object_notify (G_OBJECT (adjustment), "value");
emit_value_changed (adjustment);
}
/**
......@@ -938,7 +948,7 @@ gtk_adjustment_clamp_page (GtkAdjustment *adjustment,
}
if (need_emission)
gtk_adjustment_value_changed (adjustment);
emit_value_changed (adjustment);
}
/**
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