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authorBaptiste Daroussin <bapt@FreeBSD.org>2021-02-25 17:22:00 +0000
committerBaptiste Daroussin <bapt@FreeBSD.org>2021-02-25 17:22:00 +0000
commitbf0ab54638a5ef969749f6ceae30e864f9556ea8 (patch)
tree11690c2184e55d37bcd3c7fd13f3d0d9d20dbcb0 /form/fty_generic.c
parent72c3fc31f590566e93496732d6fa769cd353e270 (diff)
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-rw-r--r--form/fty_generic.c19
1 files changed, 10 insertions, 9 deletions
diff --git a/form/fty_generic.c b/form/fty_generic.c
index 159d30596dbb..3672d658cb31 100644
--- a/form/fty_generic.c
+++ b/form/fty_generic.c
@@ -35,27 +35,28 @@
#include "form.priv.h"
-MODULE_ID("$Id: fty_generic.c,v 1.10 2020/02/02 23:34:34 tom Exp $")
+MODULE_ID("$Id: fty_generic.c,v 1.14 2020/12/12 17:27:44 tom Exp $")
/*
* This is not a full implementation of a field type, but adds some
* support for higher level languages with some restrictions to interop
- * with C language. Especially the collection of arguments for the
+ * with C language. In particular, the collection of arguments for the
* various fieldtypes is not based on the vararg C mechanism, but on a
- * iterator based callback mechanism that allowes the high level language
+ * iterator based callback mechanism that allows the high level language
* to provide the arguments as a structure. Most languages have mechanisms
* to layout structures so that they can be passed to C.
+ *
* The languages can register a new generic fieldtype dynamically and store
* a handle (key) to the calling object as an argument. Together with that
* it can register a freearg callback, so that the high level language
* remains in control of the memory management of the arguments they pass.
* The design idea is, that the high-level language - typically a OO
- * language like C# or Java, uses it's own dispatching mechanisms
+ * language like C# or Java, uses its own dispatching mechanisms
* (polymorphism) to call the proper check routines responsible for the
* argument type. So these language implement typically only one generic
* fieldtype they register with the forms library using this call.
*
- * For that purpose we have extended the fieldtype struc by a new element
+ * For that purpose we have extended the fieldtype structure by a new element
* that gets the arguments from a single struct passed by the caller.
*
*/
@@ -99,7 +100,7 @@ Generic_This_Type(void *arg)
|
| Return Values : Fieldtype pointer or NULL if error occurred
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-NCURSES_EXPORT(FIELDTYPE *)
+FORM_EXPORT(FIELDTYPE *)
_nc_generic_fieldtype(bool (*const field_check) (FORM *, FIELD *, const void *),
bool (*const char_check) (int, FORM *, FIELD *, const
void *),
@@ -220,7 +221,7 @@ GenericArgument(const FIELDTYPE *typ,
| Return Values : E_OK if all went well
| E_SYSTEM_ERROR if an error occurred
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-NCURSES_EXPORT(int)
+FORM_EXPORT(int)
_nc_set_generic_fieldtype(FIELD *field,
FIELDTYPE *ftyp,
int (*argiterator) (void **))
@@ -273,9 +274,9 @@ _nc_set_generic_fieldtype(FIELD *field,
| Description : Get the current position of the form cursor position
| We also return the field window
|
-| Return Values : The fields Window or NULL on error
+| Return Values : The field's Window or NULL on error
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-NCURSES_EXPORT(WINDOW *)
+FORM_EXPORT(WINDOW *)
_nc_form_cursor(const FORM *form, int *pRow, int *pCol)
{
int code = E_SYSTEM_ERROR;