elm_calendar: remove all legacy usage from eo files

this takes the current generated output from eolian for legacy code in
efl and adds it to the tree, then removes legacy references from the
corresponding eo files. in the case where the entire eo file was for
a legacy object, that eo file has been removed from the tree

ref T7724

Reviewed-by: Daniel Kolesa <daniel@octaforge.org>
Reviewed-by: Cedric BAIL <cedric.bail@free.fr>
Differential Revision: https://phab.enlightenment.org/D8156
devs/q66/eolian-beta-types
Mike Blumenkrantz 4 years ago committed by Cedric BAIL
parent 40926d085d
commit 1f24b03dab
  1. 13
      src/Makefile_Elementary.am
  2. 8
      src/lib/elementary/elm_calendar.c
  3. 426
      src/lib/elementary/elm_calendar.eo
  4. 212
      src/lib/elementary/elm_calendar_eo.c
  5. 574
      src/lib/elementary/elm_calendar_eo.h
  6. 132
      src/lib/elementary/elm_calendar_eo.legacy.c
  7. 524
      src/lib/elementary/elm_calendar_eo.legacy.h
  8. 17
      src/lib/elementary/elm_calendar_item.eo
  9. 85
      src/lib/elementary/elm_calendar_item_eo.c
  10. 45
      src/lib/elementary/elm_calendar_item_eo.h
  11. 19
      src/lib/elementary/elm_calendar_item_eo.legacy.h
  12. 2
      src/lib/elementary/elm_calendar_legacy.h
  13. 6
      src/lib/elementary/meson.build

@ -5,8 +5,8 @@ elm_public_eolian_files = \
lib/elementary/efl_ui_widget.eo \
lib/elementary/efl_ui_bg.eo \
lib/elementary/efl_ui_button.eo \
lib/elementary/efl_ui_calendar.eo \
lib/elementary/efl_ui_calendar_item.eo \
lib/elementary/efl_ui_calendar.eo \
lib/elementary/efl_ui_calendar_item.eo \
lib/elementary/efl_ui_check.eo \
lib/elementary/efl_ui_flip.eo \
lib/elementary/efl_ui_frame.eo \
@ -188,8 +188,6 @@ elm_legacy_eolian_files = \
lib/elementary/efl_ui_clock_legacy.eo \
lib/elementary/elm_code_widget_legacy.eo \
lib/elementary/elm_interface_fileselector.eo \
lib/elementary/elm_calendar.eo \
lib/elementary/elm_calendar_item.eo \
lib/elementary/elm_clock.eo \
lib/elementary/elm_colorselector.eo \
lib/elementary/elm_conformant.eo \
@ -335,6 +333,9 @@ lib/elementary/elm_box_eo.c \
lib/elementary/elm_box_eo.legacy.c \
lib/elementary/elm_bubble_eo.c \
lib/elementary/elm_bubble_eo.legacy.c \
lib/elementary/elm_calendar_eo.c \
lib/elementary/elm_calendar_eo.legacy.c \
lib/elementary/elm_calendar_item_eo.c \
lib/elementary/elm_hoversel_eo.c \
lib/elementary/elm_hoversel_item_eo.c \
lib/elementary/elm_hoversel_item_eo.legacy.c
@ -391,6 +392,10 @@ lib/elementary/elm_box_eo.h \
lib/elementary/elm_box_eo.legacy.h \
lib/elementary/elm_bubble_eo.h \
lib/elementary/elm_bubble_eo.legacy.h \
lib/elementary/elm_calendar_eo.h \
lib/elementary/elm_calendar_eo.legacy.h \
lib/elementary/elm_calendar_item_eo.h \
lib/elementary/elm_calendar_item_eo.legacy.h \
lib/elementary/elm_hoversel_eo.h \
lib/elementary/elm_hoversel_eo.legacy.h \
lib/elementary/elm_hoversel_item_eo.h \

@ -10,8 +10,8 @@
#include <Elementary.h>
#include "elm_priv.h"
#include "elm_widget_calendar.h"
#include "elm_calendar.eo.h"
#include "elm_calendar_item.eo.h"
#include "elm_calendar_eo.h"
#include "elm_calendar_item_eo.h"
#define MY_CLASS ELM_CALENDAR_CLASS
@ -1929,7 +1929,7 @@ ELM_WIDGET_KEY_DOWN_DEFAULT_IMPLEMENT(elm_calendar, Elm_Calendar_Data)
ELM_LAYOUT_SIZING_EVAL_OPS(elm_calendar), \
EFL_CANVAS_GROUP_ADD_DEL_OPS(elm_calendar)
#include "elm_calendar.eo.c"
#include "elm_calendar_eo.c"
typedef struct {
int v;
@ -1988,4 +1988,4 @@ _elm_calendar_item_efl_ui_focus_object_focus_parent_get(const Eo *obj, Elm_Calen
}
#include "elm_calendar_item.eo.c"
#include "elm_calendar_item_eo.c"

@ -1,426 +0,0 @@
import efl_types;
type Elm_Calendar_Format_Cb: __undefined_type; [[Elementary calendar format callback type]]
enum Elm.Calendar.Mark.Repeat.Type
{
[[Event periodicity, used to define if a mark should be repeated beyond event's day.
It's set when a mark is added. So, for a mark added to 13th May with periodicity
set to WEEKLY, there will be marks every week after this date. Marks will be
displayed at 13th, 20th, 27th, 3rd June ...
Values don't work as bitmask, only one can be chosen. See also @Elm.Calendar.mark_add.
]]
legacy: elm_calendar;
unique, [[Default value. Marks will be displayed only on event day.]]
daily, [[Marks will be displayed every day after event day (inclusive).]]
weekly, [[Marks will be displayed every week after event day (inclusive) - i.e. each seven days.]]
monthly, [[Marks will be displayed every month day that coincides to event day. E.g.: if an event is set to 30th Jan, no marks will be displayed on Feb, but will be displayed on 30th Mar.]]
annually, [[Marks will be displayed every year that coincides to event day (and month). E.g. an event added to 30th Jan 2012 will be repeated on 30th Jan 2013.]]
last_day_of_month, [[Marks will be displayed every last day of month after event day (inclusive).
@since 1.7]]
reverse_daily [[Marks will be displayed every day before event day. @since 1.19]]
}
enum Elm.Calendar.Weekday
{
[[A weekday
See also @Elm.Calendar.first_day_of_week.set.
]]
legacy: elm_day;
sunday, [[Sunday weekday]]
monday, [[Monday weekday]]
tuesday, [[Tuesday weekday]]
wednesday, [[Wednesday weekday]]
thursday, [[Thursday weekday]]
friday, [[Friday weekday]]
saturday, [[Saturday weekday]]
last [[Sentinel value to indicate last enum field during iteration]]
}
enum Elm.Calendar.Select.Mode
{
[[The mode, who determine how user could select a day
See also @Elm.Calendar.select_mode.set()
]]
default = 0, [[Default value. A day is always selected.]]
always, [[A day is always selected.]]
none, [[None of the days can be selected.]]
ondemand [[User may have selected a day or not.]]
}
enum Elm.Calendar.Selectable
{
[[A bitmask used to define which fields of a $tm struct will be taken into
account, when elm_calendar_selected_time_set() is invoked.
See also @Elm.Calendar.selectable.set, @Elm.Calendar.selected_time_set.
@since 1.8
]]
none = 0, [[Take no field into account]]
year = (1 << 0), [[Take year field into account]]
month = (1 << 1), [[Take month field into account]]
day = (1 << 2) [[Take day field into account]]
}
struct Elm.Calendar.Mark; [[Item handle for a calendar mark.
Created with @Elm.Calendar.mark_add and deleted
with @Elm.Calendar.mark_del.
]]
class Elm.Calendar extends Efl.Ui.Layout_Base implements Efl.Ui.Focus.Composition, Efl.Access.Widget.Action,
Efl.Ui.Legacy
{
[[Calendar widget
It helps applications to flexibly display a calendar with day of the week,
date, year and month. Applications are able to set specific dates to be
reported back, when selected, in the smart callbacks of the calendar widget.
]]
legacy_prefix: elm_calendar;
eo_prefix: elm_obj_calendar;
event_prefix: elm_calendar;
methods {
@property first_day_of_week {
[[The first day of week to use on calendar widgets'.]]
set {
}
get {
}
values {
day: Elm.Calendar.Weekday; [[Weekday enum value, see @Elm.Calendar.Weekday]]
}
}
@property selectable {
[[Define which fields of a tm struct will be taken into account, when
Elm.Calendar.selected_time.set is invoked.
By Default the bitmask is set to use all fields of a tm struct (year,
month and day of the month).
See also @.selected_time_set.
@since 1.8
]]
set {
}
get {
}
values {
selectable: Elm.Calendar.Selectable; [[A bitmask of Elm_Calendar_Selectable]]
}
}
@property interval {
[[The interval on time updates for an user mouse button hold on calendar widgets'
month/year selection.
This interval value is decreased while the user holds the
mouse pointer either selecting next or previous month/year.
This helps the user to get to a given month distant from the
current one easier/faster, as it will start to change quicker and
quicker on mouse button holds.
The calculation for the next change interval value, starting from
the one set with this call, is the previous interval divided by
1.05, so it decreases a little bit.
The default starting interval value for automatic changes is
0.85 seconds.
]]
set {
}
get {
}
values {
interval: double; [[The (first) interval value in seconds]]
}
}
@property weekdays_names {
[[Weekdays names to be displayed by the calendar.
By default, weekdays abbreviations get from system are displayed:
E.g. for an en_US locale: "Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat"
The first string should be related to Sunday, the second to Monday...
See also @.weekdays_names.get.
\@ref calendar_example_02.
\@ref calendar_example_05.
]]
/* FIXME-doc
*
* The usage should be like this:
* @code
* const char *weekdays[] =
* {
* "Sunday", "Monday", "Tuesday", "Wednesday",
* "Thursday", "Friday", "Saturday"
* };
* elm_calendar_weekdays_names_set(calendar, weekdays);
* @endcode
*/
set {
}
get {
}
values {
weekdays: legacy(ptr(string)); [[Array of seven strings to be used as weekday names.
Warning: It must have 7 elements, or it will access invalid memory.
Warning: The strings must be $null terminated ('@\0').]]
}
}
@property select_mode {
[[Select day mode to use.
The day selection mode used.
]]
set {
}
get {
}
values {
mode: Elm.Calendar.Select.Mode; [[The select mode to use.]]
}
}
@property format_function {
set {
[[Set a function to format the string that will be used to display
month and year;
By default it uses strftime with "%B %Y" format string.
It should allocate the memory that will be used by the string,
that will be freed by the widget after usage.
A pointer to the string and a pointer to the time struct will be provided.
\@ref calendar_example_02.
]]
/* FIXME-doc
* Example:
* @code
* static char
* _format_month_year(struct tm *selected_time)
* {
* char buf[32];
* if (!strftime(buf, sizeof(buf), "%B %Y", selected_time)) return NULL;
* return strdup(buf);
* }
*
* elm_calendar_format_function_set(calendar, _format_month_year);
* @endcode
*/
}
values {
format_function: Elm_Calendar_Format_Cb; [[Function to set the month-year string given
the selected date.]]
}
}
@property marks {
get {
[[Get a list of all the calendar marks.
See also @.mark_add,
@.mark_del(),
@.marks_clear.
]]
return: const(list<ptr(Elm.Calendar.Mark)>); [[List with all calendar marks]]
}
}
@property date_min {
[[Minimum date on calendar.
See also @.date_max.set, @.date_max.get
@since 1.19
]]
set {
[[Set minimum date on calendar.
Set the minimum date, changing the displayed month or year if needed.
Displayed day also to be disabled if it is smaller than minimum date.
]]
}
get {
[[Get minimum date.
Default value is 1 JAN,1902.
]]
}
values {
@cref min: Efl.Time; [[A tm struct to point to minimum date.]]
}
}
@property date_max {
[[Maximum date on calendar.
See also @.date_min.set, @.date_min.get
@since 1.19
]]
set {
[[Set maximum date on calendar.
Set the maximum date, changing the displayed month or year if needed.
Displayed day also to be disabled if it is bigger than maximum date.
]]
}
get {
[[Get maximum date.
Default maximum year is -1.
Default maximum day and month are 31 and DEC.
If the maximum year is a negative value, it will be limited depending
on the platform architecture (year 2037 for 32 bits);
]]
}
values {
@cref max: Efl.Time; [[A tm struct to point to maximum date.]]
}
}
selected_time_set {
[[Set selected date to be highlighted on calendar.
Set the selected date, changing the displayed month if needed.
Selected date changes when the user goes to next/previous month or
select a day pressing over it on calendar.
See also @.selected_time_get.
\@ref calendar_example_04
]]
params {
@in selected_time: ptr(Efl.Time); [[A tm struct to represent the selected date.]]
}
}
selected_time_get @const {
[[Get selected date.
Get date selected by the user or set by function
@.selected_time_set().
Selected date changes when the user goes to next/previous month or
select a day pressing over it on calendar.
See also @.selected_time_get.
\@ref calendar_example_05.
]]
return: bool; [[$true if the method succeeded, $false otherwise]]
params {
@inout selected_time: Efl.Time; [[A tm struct to point to selected date.]]
}
}
mark_add {
[[Add a new mark to the calendar
Add a mark that will be drawn in the calendar respecting the insertion
time and periodicity. It will emit the type as signal to the widget theme.
Default theme supports "holiday" and "checked", but it can be extended.
It won't immediately update the calendar, drawing the marks.
For this, @.marks_draw(). However, when user selects
next or previous month calendar forces marks drawn.
Marks created with this method can be deleted with @.mark_del().
See also @.marks_draw, @.mark_del().
\@ref calendar_example_06
]]
/* FIXME-doc
* Example
* @code
* struct tm selected_time;
* time_t current_time;
*
* current_time = time(NULL) + 5 * (24 * 60 * 60);
* localtime_r(&current_time, &selected_time);
* elm_calendar_mark_add(cal, "holiday", selected_time,
* ELM_CALENDAR_ANNUALLY);
* current_time = time(NULL) + 1 * (24 * 60 * 60);
* localtime_r(&current_time, &selected_time);
* elm_calendar_mark_add(cal, "checked", selected_time, ELM_CALENDAR_UNIQUE);
* elm_calendar_marks_draw(cal);
* @endcode
*/
return: ptr(Elm.Calendar.Mark); [[The newly added calendar mark]]
params {
@in mark_type: string; [[A string used to define the type of mark. It will be
emitted to the theme, that should display a related modification on these
days representation.]]
@in mark_time: ptr(Efl.Time); [[A time struct to represent the date of inclusion of the
mark. For marks that repeats it will just be displayed after the inclusion
date in the calendar.]]
@in repeat: Elm.Calendar.Mark.Repeat.Type; [[Repeat the event following this periodicity. Can be a unique
mark (that don't repeat), daily, weekly, monthly or annually.]]
}
}
mark_del {
[[Delete mark from the calendar.
If deleting all calendar marks is required, @.marks_clear()
should be used instead of getting marks list and deleting each one.
See also @.mark_add(), @.marks_clear().
]]
legacy: null;
params {
@in mark: ptr(Elm.Calendar.Mark); [[ The mark to be deleted. ]]
}
}
marks_clear {
[[Remove all calendar's marks
See also @.mark_add, @.mark_del().
]]
}
marks_draw {
[[Draw calendar marks.
Should be used after adding, removing or clearing marks.
It will go through the entire marks list updating the calendar.
If lots of marks will be added, add all the marks and then call
this function.
When the month is changed, i.e. user selects next or previous month,
marks will be drawn.
See also @.mark_add, @.mark_del(), @.marks_clear.
\@ref calendar_example_06
]]
}
displayed_time_get @const {
[[Get the current time displayed in the widget
@since 1.8
]]
return: bool; [[$true if the method succeeded, $false otherwise]]
params {
@inout displayed_time: Efl.Time; [[A tm struct to point to displayed date.]]
}
}
}
implements {
class.constructor;
Efl.Object.constructor;
Efl.Canvas.Group.group_calculate;
Efl.Ui.Widget.theme_apply;
Efl.Ui.Widget.on_access_update;
Efl.Ui.Focus.Object.on_focus_update;
Efl.Ui.Widget.widget_input_event_handler;
Efl.Access.Widget.Action.elm_actions { get; }
}
events {
changed: void; [[Emitted when the date in the calendar is changed]]
display,changed: void; [[Emitted when the current month displayed in the calendar is changed]]
}
}

@ -0,0 +1,212 @@
EWAPI const Efl_Event_Description _ELM_CALENDAR_EVENT_CHANGED =
EFL_EVENT_DESCRIPTION("changed");
EWAPI const Efl_Event_Description _ELM_CALENDAR_EVENT_DISPLAY_CHANGED =
EFL_EVENT_DESCRIPTION("display,changed");
void _elm_calendar_first_day_of_week_set(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, Elm_Calendar_Weekday day);
EOAPI EFL_VOID_FUNC_BODYV(elm_obj_calendar_first_day_of_week_set, EFL_FUNC_CALL(day), Elm_Calendar_Weekday day);
Elm_Calendar_Weekday _elm_calendar_first_day_of_week_get(const Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
EOAPI EFL_FUNC_BODY_CONST(elm_obj_calendar_first_day_of_week_get, Elm_Calendar_Weekday, 0);
void _elm_calendar_selectable_set(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, Elm_Calendar_Selectable selectable);
EOAPI EFL_VOID_FUNC_BODYV(elm_obj_calendar_selectable_set, EFL_FUNC_CALL(selectable), Elm_Calendar_Selectable selectable);
Elm_Calendar_Selectable _elm_calendar_selectable_get(const Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
EOAPI EFL_FUNC_BODY_CONST(elm_obj_calendar_selectable_get, Elm_Calendar_Selectable, 0);
void _elm_calendar_interval_set(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, double interval);
static Eina_Error
__eolian_elm_calendar_interval_set_reflect(Eo *obj, Eina_Value val)
{
Eina_Error r = 0; double cval;
if (!eina_value_double_convert(&val, &cval))
{
r = EINA_ERROR_VALUE_FAILED;
goto end;
}
elm_obj_calendar_interval_set(obj, cval);
end:
eina_value_flush(&val);
return r;
}
EOAPI EFL_VOID_FUNC_BODYV(elm_obj_calendar_interval_set, EFL_FUNC_CALL(interval), double interval);
double _elm_calendar_interval_get(const Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
static Eina_Value
__eolian_elm_calendar_interval_get_reflect(Eo *obj)
{
double val = elm_obj_calendar_interval_get(obj);
return eina_value_double_init(val);
}
EOAPI EFL_FUNC_BODY_CONST(elm_obj_calendar_interval_get, double, 0);
void _elm_calendar_weekdays_names_set(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, const char **weekdays);
EOAPI EFL_VOID_FUNC_BODYV(elm_obj_calendar_weekdays_names_set, EFL_FUNC_CALL(weekdays), const char **weekdays);
const char **_elm_calendar_weekdays_names_get(const Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
EOAPI EFL_FUNC_BODY_CONST(elm_obj_calendar_weekdays_names_get, const char **, NULL);
void _elm_calendar_select_mode_set(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, Elm_Calendar_Select_Mode mode);
EOAPI EFL_VOID_FUNC_BODYV(elm_obj_calendar_select_mode_set, EFL_FUNC_CALL(mode), Elm_Calendar_Select_Mode mode);
Elm_Calendar_Select_Mode _elm_calendar_select_mode_get(const Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
EOAPI EFL_FUNC_BODY_CONST(elm_obj_calendar_select_mode_get, Elm_Calendar_Select_Mode, 0);
void _elm_calendar_format_function_set(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, Elm_Calendar_Format_Cb format_function);
EOAPI EFL_VOID_FUNC_BODYV(elm_obj_calendar_format_function_set, EFL_FUNC_CALL(format_function), Elm_Calendar_Format_Cb format_function);
const Eina_List *_elm_calendar_marks_get(const Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
EOAPI EFL_FUNC_BODY_CONST(elm_obj_calendar_marks_get, const Eina_List *, NULL);
void _elm_calendar_date_min_set(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, const Efl_Time *min);
EOAPI EFL_VOID_FUNC_BODYV(elm_obj_calendar_date_min_set, EFL_FUNC_CALL(min), const Efl_Time *min);
const Efl_Time *_elm_calendar_date_min_get(const Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
EOAPI EFL_FUNC_BODY_CONST(elm_obj_calendar_date_min_get, const Efl_Time *, NULL);
void _elm_calendar_date_max_set(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, const Efl_Time *max);
EOAPI EFL_VOID_FUNC_BODYV(elm_obj_calendar_date_max_set, EFL_FUNC_CALL(max), const Efl_Time *max);
const Efl_Time *_elm_calendar_date_max_get(const Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
EOAPI EFL_FUNC_BODY_CONST(elm_obj_calendar_date_max_get, const Efl_Time *, NULL);
void _elm_calendar_selected_time_set(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, Efl_Time *selected_time);
EOAPI EFL_VOID_FUNC_BODYV(elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_set, EFL_FUNC_CALL(selected_time), Efl_Time *selected_time);
Eina_Bool _elm_calendar_selected_time_get(const Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, Efl_Time *selected_time);
EOAPI EFL_FUNC_BODYV_CONST(elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_get, Eina_Bool, 0, EFL_FUNC_CALL(selected_time), Efl_Time *selected_time);
Elm_Calendar_Mark *_elm_calendar_mark_add(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, const char *mark_type, Efl_Time *mark_time, Elm_Calendar_Mark_Repeat_Type repeat);
EOAPI EFL_FUNC_BODYV(elm_obj_calendar_mark_add, Elm_Calendar_Mark *, NULL, EFL_FUNC_CALL(mark_type, mark_time, repeat), const char *mark_type, Efl_Time *mark_time, Elm_Calendar_Mark_Repeat_Type repeat);
void _elm_calendar_mark_del(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, Elm_Calendar_Mark *mark);
EOAPI EFL_VOID_FUNC_BODYV(elm_obj_calendar_mark_del, EFL_FUNC_CALL(mark), Elm_Calendar_Mark *mark);
void _elm_calendar_marks_clear(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
EOAPI EFL_VOID_FUNC_BODY(elm_obj_calendar_marks_clear);
void _elm_calendar_marks_draw(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
EOAPI EFL_VOID_FUNC_BODY(elm_obj_calendar_marks_draw);
Eina_Bool _elm_calendar_displayed_time_get(const Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, Efl_Time *displayed_time);
EOAPI EFL_FUNC_BODYV_CONST(elm_obj_calendar_displayed_time_get, Eina_Bool, 0, EFL_FUNC_CALL(displayed_time), Efl_Time *displayed_time);
Efl_Object *_elm_calendar_efl_object_constructor(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
void _elm_calendar_efl_canvas_group_group_calculate(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
Eina_Error _elm_calendar_efl_ui_widget_theme_apply(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
void _elm_calendar_efl_ui_widget_on_access_update(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, Eina_Bool enable);
Eina_Bool _elm_calendar_efl_ui_focus_object_on_focus_update(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
Eina_Bool _elm_calendar_efl_ui_widget_widget_input_event_handler(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd, const Efl_Event *eo_event, Efl_Canvas_Object *source);
const Efl_Access_Action_Data *_elm_calendar_efl_access_widget_action_elm_actions_get(const Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Data *pd);
static Eina_Bool
_elm_calendar_class_initializer(Efl_Class *klass)
{
const Efl_Object_Ops *opsp = NULL;
const Efl_Object_Property_Reflection_Ops *ropsp = NULL;
#ifndef ELM_CALENDAR_EXTRA_OPS
#define ELM_CALENDAR_EXTRA_OPS
#endif
EFL_OPS_DEFINE(ops,
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_first_day_of_week_set, _elm_calendar_first_day_of_week_set),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_first_day_of_week_get, _elm_calendar_first_day_of_week_get),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_selectable_set, _elm_calendar_selectable_set),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_selectable_get, _elm_calendar_selectable_get),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_interval_set, _elm_calendar_interval_set),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_interval_get, _elm_calendar_interval_get),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_weekdays_names_set, _elm_calendar_weekdays_names_set),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_weekdays_names_get, _elm_calendar_weekdays_names_get),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_select_mode_set, _elm_calendar_select_mode_set),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_select_mode_get, _elm_calendar_select_mode_get),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_format_function_set, _elm_calendar_format_function_set),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_marks_get, _elm_calendar_marks_get),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_date_min_set, _elm_calendar_date_min_set),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_date_min_get, _elm_calendar_date_min_get),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_date_max_set, _elm_calendar_date_max_set),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_date_max_get, _elm_calendar_date_max_get),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_set, _elm_calendar_selected_time_set),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_get, _elm_calendar_selected_time_get),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_mark_add, _elm_calendar_mark_add),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_mark_del, _elm_calendar_mark_del),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_marks_clear, _elm_calendar_marks_clear),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_marks_draw, _elm_calendar_marks_draw),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(elm_obj_calendar_displayed_time_get, _elm_calendar_displayed_time_get),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(efl_constructor, _elm_calendar_efl_object_constructor),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(efl_canvas_group_calculate, _elm_calendar_efl_canvas_group_group_calculate),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(efl_ui_widget_theme_apply, _elm_calendar_efl_ui_widget_theme_apply),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(efl_ui_widget_on_access_update, _elm_calendar_efl_ui_widget_on_access_update),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(efl_ui_focus_object_on_focus_update, _elm_calendar_efl_ui_focus_object_on_focus_update),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(efl_ui_widget_input_event_handler, _elm_calendar_efl_ui_widget_widget_input_event_handler),
EFL_OBJECT_OP_FUNC(efl_access_widget_action_elm_actions_get, _elm_calendar_efl_access_widget_action_elm_actions_get),
ELM_CALENDAR_EXTRA_OPS
);
opsp = &ops;
static const Efl_Object_Property_Reflection refl_table[] = {
{"interval", __eolian_elm_calendar_interval_set_reflect, __eolian_elm_calendar_interval_get_reflect},
};
static const Efl_Object_Property_Reflection_Ops rops = {
refl_table, EINA_C_ARRAY_LENGTH(refl_table)
};
ropsp = &rops;
return efl_class_functions_set(klass, opsp, ropsp);
}
static const Efl_Class_Description _elm_calendar_class_desc = {
EO_VERSION,
"Elm.Calendar",
EFL_CLASS_TYPE_REGULAR,
sizeof(Elm_Calendar_Data),
_elm_calendar_class_initializer,
_elm_calendar_class_constructor,
NULL
};
EFL_DEFINE_CLASS(elm_calendar_class_get, &_elm_calendar_class_desc, EFL_UI_LAYOUT_BASE_CLASS, EFL_UI_FOCUS_COMPOSITION_MIXIN, EFL_ACCESS_WIDGET_ACTION_MIXIN, EFL_UI_LEGACY_INTERFACE, NULL);
#include "elm_calendar_eo.legacy.c"

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#ifndef _ELM_CALENDAR_EO_H_
#define _ELM_CALENDAR_EO_H_
#ifndef _ELM_CALENDAR_EO_CLASS_TYPE
#define _ELM_CALENDAR_EO_CLASS_TYPE
typedef Eo Elm_Calendar;
#endif
#ifndef _ELM_CALENDAR_EO_TYPES
#define _ELM_CALENDAR_EO_TYPES
/**
* @brief Event periodicity, used to define if a mark should be repeated beyond
* event's day.
*
* It's set when a mark is added. So, for a mark added to 13th May with
* periodicity set to WEEKLY, there will be marks every week after this date.
* Marks will be displayed at 13th, 20th, 27th, 3rd June ...
*
* Values don't work as bitmask, only one can be chosen. See also
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_mark_add.
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar_Mark_Repeat
*/
typedef enum
{
ELM_CALENDAR_UNIQUE = 0, /**< Default value. Marks will be displayed only on
* event day. */
ELM_CALENDAR_DAILY, /**< Marks will be displayed every day after event day
* (inclusive). */
ELM_CALENDAR_WEEKLY, /**< Marks will be displayed every week after event day
* (inclusive) - i.e. each seven days. */
ELM_CALENDAR_MONTHLY, /**< Marks will be displayed every month day that
* coincides to event day. E.g.: if an event is set to
* 30th Jan, no marks will be displayed on Feb, but
* will be displayed on 30th Mar. */
ELM_CALENDAR_ANNUALLY, /**< Marks will be displayed every year that coincides
* to event day (and month). E.g. an event added to
* 30th Jan 2012 will be repeated on 30th Jan 2013. */
ELM_CALENDAR_LAST_DAY_OF_MONTH, /**< Marks will be displayed every last day of
* month after event day (inclusive).
*
* @since 1.7 */
ELM_CALENDAR_REVERSE_DAILY /**< Marks will be displayed every day before event
* day.
*
* @since 1.19 */
} Elm_Calendar_Mark_Repeat_Type;
/**
* @brief A weekday
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_first_day_of_week_set.
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
typedef enum
{
ELM_DAY_SUNDAY = 0, /**< Sunday weekday */
ELM_DAY_MONDAY, /**< Monday weekday */
ELM_DAY_TUESDAY, /**< Tuesday weekday */
ELM_DAY_WEDNESDAY, /**< Wednesday weekday */
ELM_DAY_THURSDAY, /**< Thursday weekday */
ELM_DAY_FRIDAY, /**< Friday weekday */
ELM_DAY_SATURDAY, /**< Saturday weekday */
ELM_DAY_LAST /**< Sentinel value to indicate last enum field during iteration
*/
} Elm_Calendar_Weekday;
/**
* @brief The mode, who determine how user could select a day
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_select_mode_set()
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar_Select
*/
typedef enum
{
ELM_CALENDAR_SELECT_MODE_DEFAULT = 0, /**< Default value. A day is always
* selected. */
ELM_CALENDAR_SELECT_MODE_ALWAYS, /**< A day is always selected. */
ELM_CALENDAR_SELECT_MODE_NONE, /**< None of the days can be selected. */
ELM_CALENDAR_SELECT_MODE_ONDEMAND /**< User may have selected a day or not. */
} Elm_Calendar_Select_Mode;
/**
* @brief A bitmask used to define which fields of a @c tm struct will be taken
* into account, when elm_calendar_selected_time_set() is invoked.
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_selectable_set,
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_set.
*
* @since 1.8
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
typedef enum
{
ELM_CALENDAR_SELECTABLE_NONE = 0, /**< Take no field into account */
ELM_CALENDAR_SELECTABLE_YEAR = 1 /* 1 >> 0 */, /**< Take year field into
* account */
ELM_CALENDAR_SELECTABLE_MONTH = 2 /* 1 >> 1 */, /**< Take month field into
* account */
ELM_CALENDAR_SELECTABLE_DAY = 4 /* 1 >> 2 */ /**< Take day field into account
*/
} Elm_Calendar_Selectable;
/** Item handle for a calendar mark. Created with
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_mark_add and deleted with
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_mark_del.
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
typedef struct _Elm_Calendar_Mark Elm_Calendar_Mark;
#endif
/**
* @brief Calendar widget
*
* It helps applications to flexibly display a calendar with day of the week,
* date, year and month. Applications are able to set specific dates to be
* reported back, when selected, in the smart callbacks of the calendar widget.
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
#define ELM_CALENDAR_CLASS elm_calendar_class_get()
EWAPI const Efl_Class *elm_calendar_class_get(void);
/**
* @brief The first day of week to use on calendar widgets'.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
* @param[in] day Weekday enum value, see @ref Elm_Calendar_Weekday
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI void elm_obj_calendar_first_day_of_week_set(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Weekday day);
/**
* @brief The first day of week to use on calendar widgets'.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
*
* @return Weekday enum value, see @ref Elm_Calendar_Weekday
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI Elm_Calendar_Weekday elm_obj_calendar_first_day_of_week_get(const Eo *obj);
/**
* @brief Define which fields of a tm struct will be taken into account, when
* Elm.Calendar.selected_time.set is invoked.
*
* By Default the bitmask is set to use all fields of a tm struct (year, month
* and day of the month).
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_set.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
* @param[in] selectable A bitmask of Elm_Calendar_Selectable
*
* @since 1.8
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI void elm_obj_calendar_selectable_set(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Selectable selectable);
/**
* @brief Define which fields of a tm struct will be taken into account, when
* Elm.Calendar.selected_time.set is invoked.
*
* By Default the bitmask is set to use all fields of a tm struct (year, month
* and day of the month).
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_set.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
*
* @return A bitmask of Elm_Calendar_Selectable
*
* @since 1.8
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI Elm_Calendar_Selectable elm_obj_calendar_selectable_get(const Eo *obj);
/**
* @brief The interval on time updates for an user mouse button hold on
* calendar widgets' month/year selection.
*
* This interval value is decreased while the user holds the mouse pointer
* either selecting next or previous month/year.
*
* This helps the user to get to a given month distant from the current one
* easier/faster, as it will start to change quicker and quicker on mouse
* button holds.
*
* The calculation for the next change interval value, starting from the one
* set with this call, is the previous interval divided by 1.05, so it
* decreases a little bit.
*
* The default starting interval value for automatic changes is 0.85 seconds.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
* @param[in] interval The (first) interval value in seconds
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI void elm_obj_calendar_interval_set(Eo *obj, double interval);
/**
* @brief The interval on time updates for an user mouse button hold on
* calendar widgets' month/year selection.
*
* This interval value is decreased while the user holds the mouse pointer
* either selecting next or previous month/year.
*
* This helps the user to get to a given month distant from the current one
* easier/faster, as it will start to change quicker and quicker on mouse
* button holds.
*
* The calculation for the next change interval value, starting from the one
* set with this call, is the previous interval divided by 1.05, so it
* decreases a little bit.
*
* The default starting interval value for automatic changes is 0.85 seconds.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
*
* @return The (first) interval value in seconds
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI double elm_obj_calendar_interval_get(const Eo *obj);
/**
* @brief Weekdays names to be displayed by the calendar.
*
* By default, weekdays abbreviations get from system are displayed: E.g. for
* an en_US locale: "Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat"
*
* The first string should be related to Sunday, the second to Monday...
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_weekdays_names_get.
*
* @ref calendar_example_02. @ref calendar_example_05.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
* @param[in] weekdays Array of seven strings to be used as weekday names.
* Warning: It must have 7 elements, or it will access invalid memory. Warning:
* The strings must be @c null terminated ('@\0').
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI void elm_obj_calendar_weekdays_names_set(Eo *obj, const char **weekdays);
/**
* @brief Weekdays names to be displayed by the calendar.
*
* By default, weekdays abbreviations get from system are displayed: E.g. for
* an en_US locale: "Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat"
*
* The first string should be related to Sunday, the second to Monday...
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_weekdays_names_get.
*
* @ref calendar_example_02. @ref calendar_example_05.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
*
* @return Array of seven strings to be used as weekday names. Warning: It must
* have 7 elements, or it will access invalid memory. Warning: The strings must
* be @c null terminated ('@\0').
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI const char **elm_obj_calendar_weekdays_names_get(const Eo *obj);
/**
* @brief Select day mode to use.
*
* The day selection mode used.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
* @param[in] mode The select mode to use.
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI void elm_obj_calendar_select_mode_set(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Select_Mode mode);
/**
* @brief Select day mode to use.
*
* The day selection mode used.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
*
* @return The select mode to use.
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI Elm_Calendar_Select_Mode elm_obj_calendar_select_mode_get(const Eo *obj);
/**
* @brief Set a function to format the string that will be used to display
* month and year;
*
* By default it uses strftime with "%B %Y" format string. It should allocate
* the memory that will be used by the string, that will be freed by the widget
* after usage. A pointer to the string and a pointer to the time struct will
* be provided.
*
* @ref calendar_example_02.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
* @param[in] format_function Function to set the month-year string given the
* selected date.
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI void elm_obj_calendar_format_function_set(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Format_Cb format_function);
/**
* @brief Get a list of all the calendar marks.
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_mark_add, @ref elm_obj_calendar_mark_del(),
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_marks_clear.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
*
* @return List with all calendar marks
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI const Eina_List *elm_obj_calendar_marks_get(const Eo *obj);
/**
* @brief Minimum date on calendar.
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_date_max_set,
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_date_max_get
*
* Set minimum date on calendar.
*
* Set the minimum date, changing the displayed month or year if needed.
* Displayed day also to be disabled if it is smaller than minimum date.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
* @param[in] min A tm struct to point to minimum date.
*
* @since 1.19
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI void elm_obj_calendar_date_min_set(Eo *obj, const Efl_Time *min);
/**
* @brief Minimum date on calendar.
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_date_max_set,
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_date_max_get
*
* Get minimum date.
*
* Default value is 1 JAN,1902.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
*
* @return A tm struct to point to minimum date.
*
* @since 1.19
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI const Efl_Time *elm_obj_calendar_date_min_get(const Eo *obj);
/**
* @brief Maximum date on calendar.
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_date_min_set,
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_date_min_get
*
* Set maximum date on calendar.
*
* Set the maximum date, changing the displayed month or year if needed.
* Displayed day also to be disabled if it is bigger than maximum date.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
* @param[in] max A tm struct to point to maximum date.
*
* @since 1.19
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI void elm_obj_calendar_date_max_set(Eo *obj, const Efl_Time *max);
/**
* @brief Maximum date on calendar.
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_date_min_set,
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_date_min_get
*
* Get maximum date.
*
* Default maximum year is -1. Default maximum day and month are 31 and DEC.
*
* If the maximum year is a negative value, it will be limited depending on the
* platform architecture (year 2037 for 32 bits);
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
*
* @return A tm struct to point to maximum date.
*
* @since 1.19
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI const Efl_Time *elm_obj_calendar_date_max_get(const Eo *obj);
/**
* @brief Set selected date to be highlighted on calendar.
*
* Set the selected date, changing the displayed month if needed. Selected date
* changes when the user goes to next/previous month or select a day pressing
* over it on calendar.
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_get.
*
* @ref calendar_example_04
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
* @param[in] selected_time A tm struct to represent the selected date.
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI void elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_set(Eo *obj, Efl_Time *selected_time);
/**
* @brief Get selected date.
*
* Get date selected by the user or set by function
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_set(). Selected date changes when the
* user goes to next/previous month or select a day pressing over it on
* calendar.
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_get.
*
* @ref calendar_example_05.
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
* @param[in,out] selected_time A tm struct to point to selected date.
*
* @return @c true if the method succeeded, @c false otherwise
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI Eina_Bool elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_get(const Eo *obj, Efl_Time *selected_time);
/**
* @brief Add a new mark to the calendar
*
* Add a mark that will be drawn in the calendar respecting the insertion time
* and periodicity. It will emit the type as signal to the widget theme.
* Default theme supports "holiday" and "checked", but it can be extended.
*
* It won't immediately update the calendar, drawing the marks. For this,
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_marks_draw(). However, when user selects next or
* previous month calendar forces marks drawn.
*
* Marks created with this method can be deleted with
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_mark_del().
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_marks_draw, @ref elm_obj_calendar_mark_del().
*
* @ref calendar_example_06
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
* @param[in] mark_type A string used to define the type of mark. It will be
* emitted to the theme, that should display a related modification on these
* days representation.
* @param[in] mark_time A time struct to represent the date of inclusion of the
* mark. For marks that repeats it will just be displayed after the inclusion
* date in the calendar.
* @param[in] repeat Repeat the event following this periodicity. Can be a
* unique mark (that don't repeat), daily, weekly, monthly or annually.
*
* @return The newly added calendar mark
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI Elm_Calendar_Mark *elm_obj_calendar_mark_add(Eo *obj, const char *mark_type, Efl_Time *mark_time, Elm_Calendar_Mark_Repeat_Type repeat);
/**
* @brief Delete mark from the calendar.
*
* If deleting all calendar marks is required,
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_marks_clear() should be used instead of getting marks
* list and deleting each one.
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_mark_add(),
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_marks_clear().
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
* @param[in] mark The mark to be deleted.
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI void elm_obj_calendar_mark_del(Eo *obj, Elm_Calendar_Mark *mark);
/**
* @brief Remove all calendar's marks
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_mark_add, @ref elm_obj_calendar_mark_del().
* @param[in] obj The object.
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI void elm_obj_calendar_marks_clear(Eo *obj);
/**
* @brief Draw calendar marks.
*
* Should be used after adding, removing or clearing marks. It will go through
* the entire marks list updating the calendar. If lots of marks will be added,
* add all the marks and then call this function.
*
* When the month is changed, i.e. user selects next or previous month, marks
* will be drawn.
*
* See also @ref elm_obj_calendar_mark_add, @ref elm_obj_calendar_mark_del(),
* @ref elm_obj_calendar_marks_clear.
*
* @ref calendar_example_06
* @param[in] obj The object.
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI void elm_obj_calendar_marks_draw(Eo *obj);
/**
* @brief Get the current time displayed in the widget
*
* @param[in] obj The object.
* @param[in,out] displayed_time A tm struct to point to displayed date.
*
* @return @c true if the method succeeded, @c false otherwise
*
* @since 1.8
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
EOAPI Eina_Bool elm_obj_calendar_displayed_time_get(const Eo *obj, Efl_Time *displayed_time);
EWAPI extern const Efl_Event_Description _ELM_CALENDAR_EVENT_CHANGED;
/** Emitted when the date in the calendar is changed
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
#define ELM_CALENDAR_EVENT_CHANGED (&(_ELM_CALENDAR_EVENT_CHANGED))
EWAPI extern const Efl_Event_Description _ELM_CALENDAR_EVENT_DISPLAY_CHANGED;
/** Emitted when the current month displayed in the calendar is changed
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar
*/
#define ELM_CALENDAR_EVENT_DISPLAY_CHANGED (&(_ELM_CALENDAR_EVENT_DISPLAY_CHANGED))
#endif

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EAPI void
elm_calendar_first_day_of_week_set(Elm_Calendar *obj, Elm_Calendar_Weekday day)
{
elm_obj_calendar_first_day_of_week_set(obj, day);
}
EAPI Elm_Calendar_Weekday
elm_calendar_first_day_of_week_get(const Elm_Calendar *obj)
{
return elm_obj_calendar_first_day_of_week_get(obj);
}
EAPI void
elm_calendar_selectable_set(Elm_Calendar *obj, Elm_Calendar_Selectable selectable)
{
elm_obj_calendar_selectable_set(obj, selectable);
}
EAPI Elm_Calendar_Selectable
elm_calendar_selectable_get(const Elm_Calendar *obj)
{
return elm_obj_calendar_selectable_get(obj);
}
EAPI void
elm_calendar_interval_set(Elm_Calendar *obj, double interval)
{
elm_obj_calendar_interval_set(obj, interval);
}
EAPI double
elm_calendar_interval_get(const Elm_Calendar *obj)
{
return elm_obj_calendar_interval_get(obj);
}
EAPI void
elm_calendar_weekdays_names_set(Elm_Calendar *obj, const char **weekdays)
{
elm_obj_calendar_weekdays_names_set(obj, weekdays);
}
EAPI const char **
elm_calendar_weekdays_names_get(const Elm_Calendar *obj)
{
return elm_obj_calendar_weekdays_names_get(obj);
}
EAPI void
elm_calendar_select_mode_set(Elm_Calendar *obj, Elm_Calendar_Select_Mode mode)
{
elm_obj_calendar_select_mode_set(obj, mode);
}
EAPI Elm_Calendar_Select_Mode
elm_calendar_select_mode_get(const Elm_Calendar *obj)
{
return elm_obj_calendar_select_mode_get(obj);
}
EAPI void
elm_calendar_format_function_set(Elm_Calendar *obj, Elm_Calendar_Format_Cb format_function)
{
elm_obj_calendar_format_function_set(obj, format_function);
}
EAPI const Eina_List *
elm_calendar_marks_get(const Elm_Calendar *obj)
{
return elm_obj_calendar_marks_get(obj);
}
EAPI void
elm_calendar_date_min_set(Elm_Calendar *obj, const Efl_Time *min)
{
elm_obj_calendar_date_min_set(obj, min);
}
EAPI const Efl_Time *
elm_calendar_date_min_get(const Elm_Calendar *obj)
{
return elm_obj_calendar_date_min_get(obj);
}
EAPI void
elm_calendar_date_max_set(Elm_Calendar *obj, const Efl_Time *max)
{
elm_obj_calendar_date_max_set(obj, max);
}
EAPI const Efl_Time *
elm_calendar_date_max_get(const Elm_Calendar *obj)
{
return elm_obj_calendar_date_max_get(obj);
}
EAPI void
elm_calendar_selected_time_set(Elm_Calendar *obj, Efl_Time *selected_time)
{
elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_set(obj, selected_time);
}
EAPI Eina_Bool
elm_calendar_selected_time_get(const Elm_Calendar *obj, Efl_Time *selected_time)
{
return elm_obj_calendar_selected_time_get(obj, selected_time);
}
EAPI Elm_Calendar_Mark *
elm_calendar_mark_add(Elm_Calendar *obj, const char *mark_type, Efl_Time *mark_time, Elm_Calendar_Mark_Repeat_Type repeat)
{
return elm_obj_calendar_mark_add(obj, mark_type, mark_time, repeat);
}
EAPI void
elm_calendar_marks_clear(Elm_Calendar *obj)
{
elm_obj_calendar_marks_clear(obj);
}
EAPI void
elm_calendar_marks_draw(Elm_Calendar *obj)
{
elm_obj_calendar_marks_draw(obj);
}
EAPI Eina_Bool
elm_calendar_displayed_time_get(const Elm_Calendar *obj, Efl_Time *displayed_time)
{
return elm_obj_calendar_displayed_time_get(obj, displayed_time);
}

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#ifndef _ELM_CALENDAR_EO_LEGACY_H_
#define _ELM_CALENDAR_EO_LEGACY_H_
#ifndef _ELM_CALENDAR_EO_CLASS_TYPE
#define _ELM_CALENDAR_EO_CLASS_TYPE
typedef Eo Elm_Calendar;
#endif
#ifndef _ELM_CALENDAR_EO_TYPES
#define _ELM_CALENDAR_EO_TYPES
/**
* @brief Event periodicity, used to define if a mark should be repeated beyond
* event's day.
*
* It's set when a mark is added. So, for a mark added to 13th May with
* periodicity set to WEEKLY, there will be marks every week after this date.
* Marks will be displayed at 13th, 20th, 27th, 3rd June ...
*
* Values don't work as bitmask, only one can be chosen. See also
* @ref elm_calendar_mark_add.
*
* @ingroup Elm_Calendar_Mark_Repeat
*/
typedef enum
{
ELM_CALENDAR_UNIQUE = 0, /**< Default value. Marks will be displayed only on
* event day. */
ELM_CALENDAR_DAILY, /**< Marks will be displayed every day after event day
* (inclusive). */
ELM_CALENDAR_WEEKLY, /**< Marks will be displayed every week after event day
* (inclusive) - i.e. each seven days. */
ELM_CALENDAR_MONTHLY, /**< Marks will be displayed every month day that
* coincides to event day. E.g.: if an event is set to
* 30th Jan, no marks will be displayed on Feb, but
* will be displayed on 30th Mar. */
ELM_CALENDAR_ANNUALLY, /**< Marks will be displayed every year that coincides
* to event day (and month). E.g. an event added to
* 30th Jan 2012 will be repeated on 30th Jan 2013. */
ELM_CALENDAR_LAST_DAY_OF_MONTH, /**< Marks will be displayed every last day of