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/* EINA - EFL data type library
 * Copyright (C) 2008-2013 Enlightenment Developers:
 *           Albin "Lutin" Tonnerre <albin.tonnerre@gmail.com>
 *           Alexandre "diaxen" Becoulet <diaxen@free.fr>
 *           Andre Dieb <andre.dieb@gmail.com>
 *           Arnaud de Turckheim "quarium" <quarium@gmail.com>
 *           Carsten Haitzler <raster@rasterman.com>
 *           Cedric Bail <cedric.bail@free.fr>
 *           Corey "atmos" Donohoe <atmos@atmos.org>
 *           Fabiano FidĂȘncio <fidencio@profusion.mobi>
 *           Gustavo Chaves <glima@profusion.mobi>
 *           Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri <barbieri@gmail.com>
 *           Jorge Luis "turran" Zapata <jorgeluis.zapata@gmail.com>
 *           Peter "pfritz" Wehrfritz <peter.wehrfritz@web.de>
 *           Raphael Kubo da Costa <kubo@profusion.mobi>
 *           Tilman Sauerbeck <tilman@code-monkey.de>
 *           Vincent "caro" Torri  <vtorri at univ-evry dot fr>
 *           Tom Hacohen <tom@stosb.com>
 *           Jonas M. Gastal <jgastal@profusion.mobi>
 *
 * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
 * License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
 * version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 *
 * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
 * Lesser General Public License for more details.
 *
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
 * License along with this library;
 * if not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
 */

#ifndef EINA_H_
#define EINA_H_

/**
 * @file
 * @brief Eina Utility library
 *
 * These routines are used for Eina.
 */

/**
 * @page eina_main Eina
 *
 * @date 2008 (created)
 *
 * @section toc Table of Contents
 *
 * @li @ref eina_main_intro
 * @li @ref eina_main_compiling
 * @li @ref eina_main_next_steps
 * @li @ref eina_main_intro_example
 *
 * @section eina_main_intro Introduction
 *
 * The Eina library is a library which implements an API for data types
 * in an efficient way. It also provides some useful tools like
 * opening shared libraries, error management, type conversion,
 * time accounting and memory pools.
 *
 * This library is cross-platform and can be compiled and used on
 * Linux, BSD, and Windows.
 *
 * The data types available are (see @ref Eina_Data_Types_Group):
 * @li @ref Eina_Fp_Group standard floating point numbers.
 * @li @ref Eina_Inline_Array_Group standard array of inlined members.
 * @li @ref Eina_Array_Group standard array of @c void* data.
 * @li @ref Eina_Hash_Group standard hash of @c void* data.
 * @li @ref Eina_Inline_List_Group list with nodes inlined into user type.
 * @li @ref Eina_CList_Group Compact List.
 * @li @ref Eina_List_Group standard list of @c void* data.
 * @li @ref Eina_Iterator_Group Iterator functions.
 * @li @ref Eina_Matrixsparse_Group sparse matrix of @c void* data.
 * @li @ref Eina_Rbtree_Group red-black tree with nodes inlined into user type.
 * @li @ref Eina_String_Buffer_Group mutable string to prepend, insert or append strings to a buffer.
 * @li @ref Eina_Stringshare_Group saves memory by sharing read-only string references.
 * @li @ref Eina_Tiler_Group split, merge and navigates into 2D tiled regions.
 * @li @ref Eina_Trash_Group container of unused but allocated data.
 * @li @ref Eina_Value_Group container for generic value storage and access.
 *
 * The tools available are (see @ref Eina_Tools_Group):
 * @li @ref Eina_Benchmark_Group helper to write benchmarks.
 * @li @ref Eina_Convert_Group faster conversion from strings to integers, double, etc.
 * @li @ref Eina_Counter_Group measures number of calls and their time.
 * @li @ref Eina_Cpu_Group Cpu and architecture related helpers.
 * @li @ref Eina_Error_Group error identifiers.
 * @li @ref Eina_File_Group simple file list and path split.
 * @li @ref Eina_Lalloc_Group simple lazy allocator.
 * @li @ref Eina_Log_Group full-featured logging system.
 * @li @ref Eina_Magic_Group provides runtime type checking.
 * @li @ref Eina_Memory_Pool_Group abstraction for various memory allocators.
 * @li @ref Eina_Module_Group lists, loads and share modules using Eina_Module standard.
 * @li @ref Eina_Rectangle_Group rectangle structure and standard manipulation methods.
 * @li @ref Eina_Safety_Checks_Group extra checks that will report unexpected conditions and can be disabled at compile time.
 * @li @ref Eina_String_Group a set of functions that manages C strings.
 *
 * @section eina_main_compiling How to compile
 *
 * Eina is a library to which your app can link. The procedure for this is
 * very simple. You simply have to compile your application with the
 * appropriate compiler flags as outputted by the @c pkg-config script. For
 * example:
 *
 * Compiling C or C++ files into object files:
 *
 * @verbatim
   gcc -c -o main.o main.c `pkg-config --cflags eina`
   @endverbatim
 *
 * Linking object files into a binary executable:
 *
 * @verbatim
   gcc -o my_application main.o `pkg-config --libs eina`
   @endverbatim
 *
 * See @ref pkgconfig
 *
 * @section eina_main_next_steps Next Steps
 *
 * After you've understood what Eina is and installed it,
 * you can now learn more about the the programming interface.
 *
 * Recommended reading:
 *
 * @li @ref Eina_Data_Types_Group to find about implemented types and
 *     how to use them.
 * @li @ref Eina_Tools_Group to find about helper tools provided by eina.
 *
 * @section eina_main_intro_example Introductory Example
 *
 * @include eina_list_01.c
 *
 * More examples can be found at @ref eina_examples.
 *
 *
 * @defgroup Eina_Data_Types_Group Data Types
 * @brief Eina provides an easy to use and optimized data types and structures.
 * @ingroup Eina
 *
 * @defgroup Eina_Content_Access_Group Content Access
 * @brief Eina provides a uniform way to access elements of a container,
 *        either sequential or indexed.
 * @ingroup Eina_Data_Types_Group
 *
 * @defgroup Eina_Containers_Group Containers
 * @brief Data types that contains other types. Examples: list, array and hash.
 * @ingroup Eina_Data_Types_Group
 *
 * @section eina_main_Intro Introduction
 * Containers are data types that hold data and allow iteration over
 * their elements with an @ref Eina_Iterator_Group, or eventually an
 * @ref Eina_Accessor_Group.
 *
 * The containers in eina are designed with performance in mind, one consequence
 * of this is that they @b don't check the validity of data structures given to
 * them(@ref Eina_Magic_Group).
 *
 * @section eina_main_Choice Choosing container type
 *
 * The choice of which container to use in each situation is very important in
 * achieving good performance and readable code. The most common container types
 * used are:
 * @li List
 * @li Inline list
 * @li Array
 * @li Inline array
 * @li Hash
 *
 * All types have pros and cons. The following considerations are good
 * starting point in deciding which container to use:
 * @li Hashes are appropriate for datasets which will be searched often.
 * @li Arrays are good when accessing members by position;
 * @li Lists provide good versatility for adding elements in any position with
 * minimal overhead.
 * @li Inline arrays use very little memory and don't cause fragmentation so
 * are a good option in memory constrained systems.
 * @li Inline lists are the best type to use when list flexibility is
 * required but no pointer indirection overhead can be allowed.
 * @warning These are general considerations. Every situation is different.
 * Don't follow these recommendations blindly.
 *
 * @section eina_main_Creation Creating custom container types
 *
 * @note Before creating a custom container check if any of the existing ones
 * suit your needs. For example, while there is no stack type @ref
 * Eina_Array_Group is a very good substitute. Similarly there is no queue type
 * however an @ref Eina_List_Group works very well as a queue.
 *
 * If creating a custom container type, consider allowing access to the data in
 * your container through @ref Eina_Iterator_Group "Iterators" and @ref
 * Eina_Accessor_Group "Accessors". To do so your container should have an
 * iterator creation function and an accessor creation function. These functions
 * should return properly populated @ref _Eina_Iterator and @ref _Eina_Accessor.
 *
 * @defgroup Eina_Tools_Group Tools
 * @ingroup Eina
 * @brief Eina tools aims to help application development, providing ways to
 *        make it safer, log errors, manage memory more efficiently and more.
 */

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

#include <eina_config.h>
#include <eina_types.h>
#include <eina_alloca.h>
#include <eina_main.h>
#include <eina_fp.h>
#include <eina_rectangle.h>
#include <eina_clist.h>
#include <eina_inlist.h>
#include <eina_file.h>
#include <eina_list.h>
#include <eina_hash.h>
#include <eina_trash.h>
#include <eina_lalloc.h>
#include <eina_module.h>
#include <eina_mempool.h>
#include <eina_error.h>
#include <eina_log.h>
#include <eina_inarray.h>
#include <eina_array.h>
#include <eina_binshare.h>
#include <eina_stringshare.h>
#include <eina_ustringshare.h>
#include <eina_magic.h>
#include <eina_counter.h>
#include <eina_rbtree.h>
#include <eina_accessor.h>
#include <eina_iterator.h>
#include <eina_benchmark.h>
#include <eina_convert.h>
#include <eina_cpu.h>
#include <eina_sched.h>
#include <eina_tiler.h>
#include <eina_hamster.h>
#include <eina_matrixsparse.h>
#include <eina_str.h>
#include <eina_strbuf.h>
#include <eina_binbuf.h>
#include <eina_ustrbuf.h>
#include <eina_unicode.h>
#include <eina_quadtree.h>
#include <eina_simple_xml_parser.h>
#include <eina_lock.h>
#include <eina_thread.h> /* after eina_lock.h since it will include pthread.h with proper flags */
#include <eina_prefix.h>
#include <eina_refcount.h>
#include <eina_mmap.h>
#include <eina_xattr.h>
#include <eina_value.h>
#include <eina_value_util.h>
#include <eina_cow.h>
#include <eina_thread_queue.h>
#include <eina_matrix.h>
#include <eina_vector.h>
#include <eina_crc.h>
#include <eina_evlog.h>
#include <eina_util.h>
#include <eina_quaternion.h>
#include <eina_bezier.h>
#include <eina_safepointer.h>
#include <eina_slice.h>
#include <eina_freeq.h>
#include <eina_slstr.h>
#include <eina_debug.h>
#include <eina_promise.h>
#include <eina_vpath.h>

#undef EAPI
#define EAPI

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif

#endif /* EINA_H */