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we can't sensibly use things like massif to track memory if we bypass
itr with mmaping -1 fd anonymous memory... so if built with valgrind
support and running under valgrind, use malloc/calloc and free so
these tools actually do something useful for these bits of memory.
In C we need this to make clear that we really do not accept parameters.
Found by the smatch source code matcher. I had run and fixed this before
but it seems to creep in again over time.
It has been discussed on the ML (thread: "[RFC] rename efl_self") and
IRC, and has been decided we should rename it to this in order to avoid
confusion with the already established meaning of self which is very
similar to what we were using it for, but didn't have complete overlap.
Kudos to Marcel Hollerbach for initiating the discussion and
fighting for it until he convinced a significant mass. :)
This commit breaks API, and depending on compiler potentially ABI.
This renames all the rest of the API to the EFL namespace except for
Eo_Event that will follow soon.
Obviously breaks both API and ABI.
The current eo_add uses a (very useful) gcc extension that is only
available in gcc compatible compilers (e.g clang). Until this commit we
just temporarily ignored this fact. This adds a fallback implementation that
can be used interchangeably with the non portable one. This means that the
same binary can call either at any point in time and the code will work.