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authorDaniel Kolesa <d.kolesa@osg.samsung.com>2016-05-23 15:41:28 +0100
committerDaniel Kolesa <d.kolesa@osg.samsung.com>2016-05-23 15:58:33 +0100
commite984e5a11a777765761e0438911ee714f67cf322 (patch)
tree0a496432fa765c7f8110a3ce6fe7d02eb68963ce /src/tests/efl_js
parent0c6b0efaee80d6ed64a2ad619d8bcb637fd6bec6 (diff)
eolian: remove pointers from complex and class types
Complex types (i.e. list, array, hash, accessor etc.) now do not require pointers with them anymore (the pointer is implied) and the same goes for class handles. Eolian now explicitly disallows creating pointers to these as well. This is the first part of the work to remove pointers from Eolian completely, with the goal of simplifying the DSL (higher level) and therefore making it easier for bindings (as well as easier API usage). @feature
Diffstat (limited to 'src/tests/efl_js')
-rw-r--r--src/tests/efl_js/benchmark_object.eo4
1 files changed, 2 insertions, 2 deletions
diff --git a/src/tests/efl_js/benchmark_object.eo b/src/tests/efl_js/benchmark_object.eo
index ded13990ec..c265b90021 100644
--- a/src/tests/efl_js/benchmark_object.eo
+++ b/src/tests/efl_js/benchmark_object.eo
@@ -14,10 +14,10 @@ class Benchmark_Object (Eo.Base)
14 params { one: int; two: int; three: int; four: int; five: int; six: int; seven: int; eight: int; nine: int; ten: int; } 14 params { one: int; two: int; three: int; four: int; five: int; six: int; seven: int; eight: int; nine: int; ten: int; }
15 } 15 }
16 onecomplexarg { 16 onecomplexarg {
17 params { one: list<int>*; } 17 params { one: list<int>; }
18 } 18 }
19 tencomplexarg { 19 tencomplexarg {
20 params { one: list<int>*; two: list<int>*; three: list<int>*; four: list<int>*; five: list<int>*; six: list<int>*; seven: list<int>*; eight: list<int>*; nine: list<int>*; ten: list<int>*; } 20 params { one: list<int>; two: list<int>; three: list<int>; four: list<int>; five: list<int>; six: list<int>; seven: list<int>; eight: list<int>; nine: list<int>; ten: list<int>; }
21 } 21 }
22 } 22 }
23} 23}