Commit 3d39b8eb authored by Xavier Claessens's avatar Xavier Claessens Committed by Allison Karlitskaya
parent 1404d3e1
......@@ -105,6 +105,7 @@ g_type_get_instance_count
G_DECLARE_FINAL_TYPE
G_DECLARE_DERIVABLE_TYPE
G_DECLARE_INTERFACE
G_DEFINE_TYPE
G_DEFINE_TYPE_WITH_PRIVATE
G_DEFINE_TYPE_WITH_CODE
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......@@ -1495,6 +1495,80 @@ guint g_type_get_type_registration_serial (void);
return G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_CLASS (ptr, module_obj_name##_get_type (), ModuleObjName##Class); } \
G_GNUC_END_IGNORE_DEPRECATIONS
/**
* G_DECLARE_INTERFACE:
* @ModuleObjName: The name of the new type, in camel case (like GtkWidget)
* @module_obj_name: The name of the new type in lowercase, with words
* separated by '_' (like 'gtk_widget')
* @MODULE: The name of the module, in all caps (like 'GTK')
* @OBJ_NAME: The bare name of the type, in all caps (like 'WIDGET')
* @PrerequisiteName: the name of the prerequisite type, in camel case (like GtkWidget)
*
* A convenience macro for emitting the usual declarations in the header file for a GInterface type.
*
* You might use it in a header as follows:
*
* |[
* #ifndef _my_model_h_
* #define _my_model_h_
*
* #define MY_TYPE_MODEL my_model_get_type ()
* GDK_AVAILABLE_IN_3_12
* G_DECLARE_INTERFACE (MyModel, my_model, MY, MODEL, GObject)
*
* struct _MyModelInterface
* {
* GTypeInterface g_iface;
*
* gpointer (* get_item) (MyModel *model);
* };
*
* gpointer my_model_get_item (MyModel *model);
*
* ...
*
* #endif
* ]|
*
* This results in the following things happening:
*
* - the usual my_model_get_type() function is declared with a return type of #GType
*
* - the MyModelInterface type is defined as a typedef to struct _MyModelInterface,
* which is left undefined. You should do this from the header file directly after
* you use the macro.
*
* - the MY_MODEL() cast is emitted as static inline functions along with
* the MY_IS_MODEL() type checking function and MY_MODEL_GET_IFACE() function.
*
* - g_autoptr() support being added for your type, based on your prerequisite type.
*
* You can only use this function if your prerequisite type also supports g_autoptr().
*
* Because the type macro (MY_TYPE_MODEL in the above example) is not a callable, you must continue to
* manually define this as a macro for yourself.
*
* The declaration of the _get_type() function is the first thing emitted by the macro. This allows this macro
* to be used in the usual way with export control and API versioning macros.
*
* Since: 2.44
**/
#define G_DECLARE_INTERFACE(ModuleObjName, module_obj_name, MODULE, OBJ_NAME, PrerequisiteName) \
GType module_obj_name##_get_type (void); \
G_GNUC_BEGIN_IGNORE_DEPRECATIONS \
typedef struct _##ModuleObjName ModuleObjName; \
typedef struct _##ModuleObjName##Interface ModuleObjName##Interface; \
\
_GLIB_DEFINE_AUTOPTR_CHAINUP (ModuleObjName, PrerequisiteName) \
\
static inline ModuleObjName * MODULE##_##OBJ_NAME (gpointer ptr) { \
return G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_CAST (ptr, module_obj_name##_get_type (), ModuleObjName); } \
static inline gboolean MODULE##_IS_##OBJ_NAME (gpointer ptr) { \
return G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_TYPE (ptr, module_obj_name##_get_type ()); } \
static inline ModuleObjName##Interface * MODULE##_##OBJ_NAME##_GET_IFACE (gpointer ptr) { \
return G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_INTERFACE (ptr, module_obj_name##_get_type (), ModuleObjName##Interface); } \
G_GNUC_END_IGNORE_DEPRECATIONS
/**
* G_DEFINE_TYPE:
* @TN: The name of the new type, in Camel case.
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