Commit 0b23877c authored by William Jon McCann's avatar William Jon McCann

docs: fix duplicate symbols in docs

parent ddfaa941
......@@ -223,36 +223,6 @@ struct _GtkWidget
* contextual width to request height for. By implementing this virtual
* method it is possible for a #GtkLabel to tell its parent how much height
* would be required if the label were to be allocated a said width.
* @adjust_size_request: Convert an initial size request from a widget's
* #GtkSizeRequestMode virtual method implementations into a size request to
* be used by parent containers in laying out the widget.
* adjust_size_request adjusts <emphasis>from</emphasis> a child widget's
* original request <emphasis>to</emphasis> what a parent container should
* use for layout. The @for_size argument will be -1 if the request should
* not be for a particular size in the opposing orientation, i.e. if the
* request is not height-for-width or width-for-height. If @for_size is
* greater than -1, it is the proposed allocation in the opposing
* orientation that we need the request for. Implementations of
* adjust_size_request should chain up to the default implementation,
* which applies #GtkWidget's margin properties and imposes any values
* from gtk_widget_set_size_request(). Chaining up should be last,
* <emphasis>after</emphasis> your subclass adjusts the request, so
* #GtkWidget can apply constraints and add the margin properly.
* @adjust_size_allocation: Convert an initial size allocation assigned
* by a #GtkContainer using gtk_widget_size_allocate(), into an actual
* size allocation to be used by the widget. adjust_size_allocation
* adjusts <emphasis>to</emphasis> a child widget's actual allocation
* <emphasis>from</emphasis> what a parent container computed for the
* child. The adjusted allocation must be entirely within the original
* allocation. In any custom implementation, chain up to the default
* #GtkWidget implementation of this method, which applies the margin
* and alignment properties of #GtkWidget. Chain up
* <emphasis>before</emphasis> performing your own adjustments so your
* own adjustments remove more allocation after the #GtkWidget base
* class has already removed margin and alignment. The natural size
* passed in should be adjusted in the same way as the allocated size,
* which allows adjustments to perform alignments or other changes
* based on natural size.
* @mnemonic_activate: Activates the @widget if @group_cycling is
* %FALSE, and just grabs the focus if @group_cycling is %TRUE.
* @grab_focus: Causes @widget to have the keyboard focus for the
......@@ -346,8 +316,36 @@ struct _GtkWidget
* widget; or emitted when widget got focus in keyboard mode.
* @compute_expand: Computes whether a container should give this
* widget extra space when possible.
* @adjust_size_request:
* @adjust_size_allocation:
* @adjust_size_request: Convert an initial size request from a widget's
* #GtkSizeRequestMode virtual method implementations into a size request to
* be used by parent containers in laying out the widget.
* adjust_size_request adjusts <emphasis>from</emphasis> a child widget's
* original request <emphasis>to</emphasis> what a parent container should
* use for layout. The @for_size argument will be -1 if the request should
* not be for a particular size in the opposing orientation, i.e. if the
* request is not height-for-width or width-for-height. If @for_size is
* greater than -1, it is the proposed allocation in the opposing
* orientation that we need the request for. Implementations of
* adjust_size_request should chain up to the default implementation,
* which applies #GtkWidget's margin properties and imposes any values
* from gtk_widget_set_size_request(). Chaining up should be last,
* <emphasis>after</emphasis> your subclass adjusts the request, so
* #GtkWidget can apply constraints and add the margin properly.
* @adjust_size_allocation: Convert an initial size allocation assigned
* by a #GtkContainer using gtk_widget_size_allocate(), into an actual
* size allocation to be used by the widget. adjust_size_allocation
* adjusts <emphasis>to</emphasis> a child widget's actual allocation
* <emphasis>from</emphasis> what a parent container computed for the
* child. The adjusted allocation must be entirely within the original
* allocation. In any custom implementation, chain up to the default
* #GtkWidget implementation of this method, which applies the margin
* and alignment properties of #GtkWidget. Chain up
* <emphasis>before</emphasis> performing your own adjustments so your
* own adjustments remove more allocation after the #GtkWidget base
* class has already removed margin and alignment. The natural size
* passed in should be adjusted in the same way as the allocated size,
* which allows adjustments to perform alignments or other changes
* based on natural size.
* @style_updated: Signal emitted when the GtkStyleContext of a widget
* is changed.
* @touch_event:
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