path: root/src/lib/ector/gl/ector_renderer_gl_gradient_radial.c
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authorJean-Philippe Andre <>2017-09-14 11:59:44 +0900
committerJean-Philippe Andre <>2017-09-18 13:22:52 +0900
commitf3eff6eb3ee6e9b56c0be5cd7f8905f14b388e4f (patch)
tree473b3d1b3e56cc5875d4496bf40fe8279165e132 /src/lib/ector/gl/ector_renderer_gl_gradient_radial.c
parentcb3b4cc8d7794bea575a85325c8a58f25f0507b2 (diff)
efl: Introduce Eina.Rect and switch EO APIs to it
It's a complex struct but defined in EO as a simple struct. ABI-wise it's equivalent to Eina_Rectangle. Some macros that use Eina_Rectangle also work on Eina_Rect out of the box, most of the code dealing with x,y,w,h will require no modifications either. But Eina_Rect provides direct access to a size or position 2d component, as well as the usual x,y,w,h. The field "rect" is provided as a convenience for code dealing with both Eina_Rectangle and Eina_Rect. We may or may not require it. Note: Size2D could use unsigned values but I have spotted a few places in the code that actually use -1 to indicate invalid size (as opposed to 0x0). @feature
Diffstat (limited to 'src/lib/ector/gl/ector_renderer_gl_gradient_radial.c')
1 files changed, 2 insertions, 2 deletions
diff --git a/src/lib/ector/gl/ector_renderer_gl_gradient_radial.c b/src/lib/ector/gl/ector_renderer_gl_gradient_radial.c
index 8760bad429..827b120600 100644
--- a/src/lib/ector/gl/ector_renderer_gl_gradient_radial.c
+++ b/src/lib/ector/gl/ector_renderer_gl_gradient_radial.c
@@ -55,8 +55,8 @@ _ector_renderer_gl_gradient_radial_ector_renderer_gl_fill(Eo *obj, Ector_Rendere
55 55
56static void 56static void
57_ector_renderer_gl_gradient_radial_ector_renderer_bounds_get(Eo *obj EINA_UNUSED, 57_ector_renderer_gl_gradient_radial_ector_renderer_bounds_get(Eo *obj EINA_UNUSED,
58 Ector_Renderer_GL_Gradient_Radial_Data *pd, 58 Ector_Renderer_GL_Gradient_Radial_Data *pd,
59 Eina_Rectangle *r) 59 Eina_Rect *r)
60{ 60{
62 pd->base->origin.x + pd->radial->radial.x - pd->radial->radius, 62 pd->base->origin.x + pd->radial->radial.x - pd->radial->radius,