added new splitted c++ wrapper for EFL (eflxx)

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Andreas Volz 14 years ago
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#!/bin/bash
####################
##### functions ####
####################
do_bootstrap ()
{
module=$1
cd $BASEDIR/$module
echo "Bootstrapping '$module'..."
./bootstrap &> $BASEDIR/logs/$module.bootstrap.log
if [ $? != 0 ]; then
echo "Failed while bootstrapping!"
$val_skip_error || exit
else
echo "Successfull bootstrapped!"
fi
echo ""
}
do_configure ()
{
module=$1
cd $BASEDIR/$module
echo "Configuring '$module'..."
## choose debug
if [ $val_debug = true ]; then
CXXFLAGS="-O0 -ggdb" CFLAGS="-O0 -ggdb" ./configure &> $BASEDIR/logs/$module.configure.log
else
./configure &> $BASEDIR/logs/$module.configure.log
fi
if [ $? != 0 ]; then
echo "Failed while configuring!"
$val_skip_error || exit
else
echo "Successfull configuring!"
fi
echo ""
}
do_make ()
{
module=$1
params=$2
cd $BASEDIR/$module
echo "Compiling '$module'... ($params)"
make $params &> $BASEDIR/logs/$module.make.log
if [ $? != 0 ]; then
echo "Failed while compiling ($params)!"
$val_skip_error || exit
else
echo "Successfull compiled ($params)!"
fi
echo ""
}
print_help()
{
cat << EOF
Usage:
$0 [OPTIONS]...
--help show this help
--disable-autogen don't generate autools files (autogen.sh)
--skip-error skip errors while generating/building otherwise exit
--clean clean the sources (without generating)
--make make the sources (default)
EOF
}

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#!/bin/bash
PKG="eflxx
evasxx
eetxx
edjexx
ecorexx
esmartxx
etkxx
ewlxx
emotionxx
elementaryxx
eflxx_examples"
BASEDIR=`pwd`
## some defaults...
val_bootstrap=true
val_configure=true
val_skip_error=false
val_clean=false
val_make=true
val_debug=true
## include all needed functions
source compile.functions
# do tests
for i
do case "$i" in
--help) print_help; exit 0 ;;
--no-bootstrap) val_bootstrap=false ;;
--no-configure) val_configure=false ;;
--no-debug) val_debug=false ;;
--skip-error) val_skip_error=true ;;
--clean) val_clean=true ;;
--no-make) val_make=false ;;
*)
echo "$0: wrong parameter"
echo "--help to show help" >&2; exit 1 ;;
esac;
done
## create log directory
mkdir -p logs
for module in $PKG
do
$val_bootstrap && do_bootstrap $module
($val_configure || $val_bootstrap) && do_configure $module
$val_clean && do_make $module clean
$val_make && do_make $module all
done

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*.autosave
*.pws
*.bak
*~
#*#
*.gladep
*.la
*.lo
*.o
*.class
*.pyc
aclocal.m4
autom4te.cache
config.h
config.h.in
config.log
config.status
configure
intltool-extract*
intltool-merge*
intltool-modules*
intltool-update*
libtool
prepare.sh
stamp-h*
ltmain.sh
mkinstalldirs
config.guess
config.sub
Makefile
Makefile.in

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## Process this file with automake to produce Makefile.in
## Created by Anjuta
SUBDIRS = src \
include
ecorexxdocdir = ${prefix}/doc/ecorexx
ecorexxdoc_DATA = \
README\
COPYING\
AUTHORS\
ChangeLog\
INSTALL\
NEWS
EXTRA_DIST = $(ecorexxdoc_DATA)
# Copy all the spec files. Of cource, only one is actually used.
dist-hook:
for specfile in *.spec; do \
if test -f $$specfile; then \
cp -p $$specfile $(distdir); \
fi \
done

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<?xml version="1.0"?>
<gtodo>
<category title="Bugs" place="0">
<item>
<attribute id="1243189348" priority="1" done="0" start_date="733551" enddate="99999999" notify="0" endtime="-60" last_edited="1243189533"/>
<summary>Choose resolution by env?</summary>
<comment>deactivated because of const. But is this really solved in a good way?</comment>
</item>
<item>
<attribute id="1243025629" priority="1" done="1" start_date="733549" completed_date="733559" notify="0" last_edited="1243852302"/>
<summary>EvasFont needed?</summary>
<comment/>
</item>
<item>
<attribute id="1243288030" priority="1" done="1" start_date="733552" completed_date="733559" notify="0" last_edited="1243854845"/>
<summary>ecore_evas_init/ecore_evas_shutdown</summary>
<comment>where to do this automatic?
maybe a EcoreEvasApplication class?
and also a EcoreEdjeApplication?</comment>
</item>
</category>
<category title="Features" place="1">
<item>
<attribute id="1243025089" priority="1" done="0" start_date="733549" enddate="99999999" notify="0" endtime="-60" last_edited="1243025089"/>
<summary>Framebuffer support?</summary>
<comment/>
</item>
<item>
<attribute id="1243244287" priority="1" done="0" start_date="733552" enddate="99999999" notify="0" endtime="-60" last_edited="1243244287"/>
<summary>a pc.in file for each wrapped ecore lib</summary>
<comment/>
</item>
</category>
</gtodo>

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#!/bin/sh
./bootstrap && ./configure $@

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#!/bin/sh
# Run this to bootstrap the files
srcdir=`dirname $0`
test -z "$srcdir" && srcdir=.
DIE=0
# check if configure.ac is there
(test -f $srcdir/configure.ac) || {
echo -n "**Error**: Directory "\`$srcdir\'" does not look like the"
echo " top-level package directory"
exit 1
}
# check for autoconf
(autoconf --version) < /dev/null > /dev/null 2>&1 || {
echo
echo "**Error**: You must have \`autoconf' installed."
echo "Download the appropriate package for your distribution,"
echo "or get the source tarball at ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/"
DIE=1
}
# check for libtool
(libtool --version) < /dev/null > /dev/null 2>&1 || {
echo
echo "**Error**: You must have \`libtool' installed."
echo "You can get it from: ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/"
DIE=1
}
# check for automake
(automake --version) < /dev/null > /dev/null 2>&1 || {
echo
echo "**Error**: You must have \`automake' installed."
echo "You can get it from: ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/"
DIE=1
NO_AUTOMAKE=yes
}
# if no automake, don't bother testing for aclocal
test -n "$NO_AUTOMAKE" || (aclocal --version) < /dev/null > /dev/null 2>&1 || {
echo
echo "**Error**: Missing \`aclocal'. The version of \`automake'"
echo "installed doesn't appear recent enough."
echo "You can get automake from ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/"
DIE=1
}
if test "$DIE" -eq 1; then
exit 1
fi
echo "Running libtoolize..."
libtoolize --force --copy
aclocalinclude="$ACLOCAL_FLAGS -I m4"
echo "Running aclocal $aclocalinclude ..."
aclocal $aclocalinclude
echo "Running autoheader..."
autoheader
echo "Running automake..."
automake --add-missing --foreign $am_opt
echo "Running autoconf ..."
autoconf
echo "You could now exec ./configure --help to see available options"

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dnl Process this file with autoconf to produce a configure script.
dnl Created by Anjuta application wizard.
AC_INIT(ecorexx, 0.1)
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(AC_PACKAGE_NAME, AC_PACKAGE_VERSION)
AC_CONFIG_HEADERS([config.h])
AC_CONFIG_MACRO_DIR([m4])
AM_MAINTAINER_MODE
AC_ISC_POSIX
AC_PROG_CXX
AM_PROG_CC_STDC
AC_HEADER_STDC
AM_PROG_LIBTOOL
PKG_CHECK_MODULES(EFL, eflxx evasxx ecore ecore-x ecore-evas ecore-config)
AC_OUTPUT([
Makefile
include/Makefile
include/ecorexx/Makefile
src/Makefile
ecorexx.pc
ecorexx-uninstalled.pc
])

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prefix=
exec_prefix=
libdir=src
includedir=include
Name: @PACKAGE@
Description: Ecore (EFL) C++ Wrapper, Not installed
Version: @VERSION@
Requires: sigc++-2.0 eflxx evasxx
Conflicts:
Libs: ${pcfiledir}/${libdir}/libecorexx.la
Cflags: -I${pcfiledir}/${includedir}

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<?xml version="1.0"?>
<anjuta>
<plugin name="GBF Project Manager"
url="http://anjuta.org/plugins/"
mandatory="yes">
<require group="Anjuta Plugin"
attribute="Interfaces"
value="IAnjutaProjectManager"/>
<require group="Project"
attribute="Supported-Project-Types"
value="automake"/>
</plugin>
<plugin name="Symbol Browser"
url="http://anjuta.org/plugins/"
mandatory="yes">
<require group="Anjuta Plugin"
attribute="Interfaces"
value="IAnjutaSymbolManager"/>
</plugin>
<plugin name="Make Build System"
url="http://anjuta.org/plugins/"
mandatory="yes">
<require group="Anjuta Plugin"
attribute="Interfaces"
value="IAnjutaBuildable"/>
<require group="Build"
attribute="Supported-Build-Types"
value="make"/>
</plugin>
<plugin name="Task Manager"
url="http://anjuta.org/plugins/"
mandatory="no">
<require group="Anjuta Plugin"
attribute="Interfaces"
value="IAnjutaTodo"/>
</plugin>
<plugin name="Debug Manager"
url="http://anjuta.org/plugins/"
mandatory="no">
<require group="Anjuta Plugin"
attribute="Interfaces"
value="IAnjutaDebuggerManager"/>
</plugin>
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prefix=@prefix@
exec_prefix=@prefix@
libdir=@exec_prefix@/lib
includedir=@prefix@/include
Name: @PACKAGE@
Description: Ecore (EFL) C++ Wrapper
Version: @VERSION@
Requires: sigc++-2.0 eflxx evasxx
Conflicts:
Libs: -L${libdir} -lecorexx
Cflags: -I${includedir}

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SUBDIRS = \
ecorexx
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#ifndef ECORE_ANIMATOR_H
#define ECORE_ANIMATOR_H
/* EFL */
#include <Ecore.h>
namespace efl {
class EcoreAnimator
{
public:
EcoreAnimator();
virtual ~EcoreAnimator();
virtual bool tick();
static void setFrameTime( double frametime );
static double frameTime();
private:
Ecore_Animator* _ea;
static int __dispatcher( void* data );
};
} // end namespace efl
#endif // ECORE_ANIMATOR_H

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#ifndef ECORE_APPLICATION_H
#define ECORE_APPLICATION_H
/* EFLxx */
#include "EcoreEvasWindow.h"
/* EFL */
#include <Evas.h>
#include <Ecore_Config.h>
#include <Ecore_Data.h>
#include <Ecore_Ipc.h>
#include <Ecore_Txt.h>
#include <Ecore_Con.h>
#include <Ecore_Evas.h>
#include <Ecore.h>
#include <Ecore_Job.h>
/* STD */
#include <string>
#include <list>
#define eApp EcoreApplication::application()
/**
* C++ Wrapper for the Enlightenment Core Library (Ecore)
*
* @author Michael 'Mickey' Lauer <mickey@Vanille.de>
*/
namespace efl {
/* Forward declarations */
class EcoreEvasWindow;
class EcoreApplication;
class EcoreCallback;
class EcoreConfig;
class EcoreTimer;
class EcoreCallback
{
public:
EcoreCallback( EcoreApplication* object ) : o(object) {};
~EcoreCallback() {};
private:
EcoreApplication* o;
};
//===============================================================================================
// EcoreApplication
//===============================================================================================
class EcoreApplication : public Trackable
{
public:
EcoreApplication( int argc, const char** argv, const std::string& name );
virtual ~EcoreApplication();
static EcoreApplication* application();
std::string getName() const;
/* Main Window */
void setMainWindow( EcoreEvasWindow* );
EcoreEvasWindow* getMainWindow() const;
/* Main Loop */
static void exec();
static void processOneEvent();
static void quit();
/* Timer */
void startTimer( double seconds );
virtual void timerEvent( EcoreTimer* ) {};
/* Font */
/*EvasFont font();
EvasFont fixedFont();
void setFont( const EvasFont& );
void setFixedFont( const EvasFont& );*/
/* Configuration */
EcoreConfig* getConfig();
private:
const std::string _binary;
std::string _name;
static EcoreApplication* _instance;
EcoreEvasWindow* _mainWindow;
//EvasFont* _font;
//EvasFont* _fixedFont;
EcoreConfig* _config;
private:
EcoreApplication();
bool operator=( const EcoreApplication& );
bool operator==( const EcoreApplication& );
};
} // end namespace efl
#endif // ECORE_APPLICATION_H

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#ifndef ECORE_CONFIG_H
#define ECORE_CONFIG_H
/* STD */
#include <iostream>
/**
* C++ Wrapper for the Enlightenment Core Configuration Library (Ecore_Config)
*
* @author Michael 'Mickey' Lauer <mickey@Vanille.de>
*/
namespace efl {
//===============================================================================================
// EcoreConfig
//===============================================================================================
class EcoreConfig
{
/**
* @class: EcoreConfig ecoreconfig.h
* A simple persistent Key=Value configuration database.
* @author: Michael 'Mickey' Lauer <mickey@Vanille.de>
**/
public:
EcoreConfig( const std::string& name );
~EcoreConfig();
/* group handling */
void setGroup( const std::string& );
std::string getGroup() const;
/* read / write */
void setValue( const std::string &key, const bool value);
bool getBool( const std::string &key, const bool value);
void setValue( const std::string &key, const int value);
int getInt( const std::string &key, const int value);
void setValue( const std::string &key, const std::string& value);
std::string getString( const std::string &key, const std::string& value);
void setValue( const std::string &key, const float value);
float getFloat( const std::string &key, const float value);
private:
std::string _group;
};
}
#endif

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#ifndef ECORE_EVAS_WINDOW_H
#define ECORE_EVAS_WINDOW_H
/* EFLxx */
#include <eflxx/eflpp_common.h>
#include "EcoreApplication.h"
#include "EcoreEvasWindow.h"
/* EFL */
#include <Ecore_Evas.h>
//===============================================================================================
// EcoreEvasWindow
//===============================================================================================
namespace efl {
/* forward declarations */
class EvasCanvas;
class EcoreXWindow;
// TODO: Test for supported backends?
class EcoreEvasWindow : public Trackable
{
public:
enum Event { Resize, Move, Show, Hide, DeleteRequest, Destroy,
FocusIn, FocusOut, MouseIn, MouseOut, PreRender, PostRender
};
enum EngineType
{
SoftwareX11 = ECORE_EVAS_ENGINE_SOFTWARE_X11,
SoftwareFB = ECORE_EVAS_ENGINE_SOFTWARE_FB,
GLX11 = ECORE_EVAS_ENGINE_OPENGL_X11,
SoftwareBuffer = ECORE_EVAS_ENGINE_SOFTWARE_BUFFER,
XRenderX11 = ECORE_EVAS_ENGINE_XRENDER_X11,
DirectFB = ECORE_EVAS_ENGINE_DIRECTFB,
SoftwareX11_16 = ECORE_EVAS_ENGINE_SOFTWARE_16_X11,
SDL = ECORE_EVAS_ENGINE_SOFTWARE_SDL
};
public:
virtual ~EcoreEvasWindow();
EvasCanvas &getCanvas() const;
/* Events */
void setEventEnabled( Event, bool );
virtual void resizeEvent();
virtual void moveEvent();
virtual void showEvent();
virtual void hideEvent();
virtual void deleteRequestEvent();
virtual void destroyEvent();
virtual void focusInEvent();
virtual void focusOutEvent();
virtual void mouseInEvent();
virtual void mouseOutEvent();
virtual void preRenderEvent();
virtual void postRenderEvent();
/*!
* \return A boolean specifying whether the window should be closed upon a delete request or not.
* The default implementation returns true.
*/
virtual bool canClose() const;
static bool isEngineTypeSupported (EngineType et);
/* Window Management */
void move( const Point& );
void resize( const Size& );
void setGeometry( const Rect& );
Rect geometry() const;
void setRotation( int );
int rotation() const;
void setShaped( bool );
bool isShaped() const;
void setAlpha( bool alpha );
bool hasAlpha () const;
void show();
void hide();
void raise();
void lower();
void setTitle( const std::string &title );
const std::string getTitle() const;
// void ecore_evas_name_class_set(Ecore_Evas *ee, const char *n, const char *c);
// void ecore_evas_name_class_get(Ecore_Evas *ee, const char **n, const char **c);
void setMinimumSize( const Size& );
Size getMinimumSize() const;
void setMaximumSize( const Size& );
Size getMaximumSize() const;
void setBaseSize( const Size& );
Size getBaseSize() const;
void setStepSize( const Size& );
Size getStepSize() const;
void setCursor( const char* file, int layer, int hot_x, int hot_y );
// void ecore_evas_cursor_get(Ecore_Evas *ee, char **file, int *layer, int *hot_x, int *hot_y);
void setLayer( int layer );
int getLayer() const;
void setFocus( int on );
int hasFocus() const;
void setIconified( int on );
int isIconified() const;
void setBorderless( int on );
int isBorderless() const;
void setOverride( int on );
int isOverride() const;
void setMaximized( int on );
int isMaximized() const;
void setFullscreen( int on );
int isFullscreen() const;
void setAvoidDamage( Ecore_Evas_Avoid_Damage_Type value );
Ecore_Evas_Avoid_Damage_Type AvoidDamage() const;
void setWithdrawn( int on );
int isWithdrawn() const;
void setSticky( int on );
int isSticky() const;
protected:
EvasCanvas *_canvas;
Ecore_Evas *_ee;
EcoreEvasWindow();
static EcoreEvasWindow* objectLink( Ecore_Evas* );
private:
bool operator=( const EcoreEvasWindow& );
bool operator==( const EcoreEvasWindow& );
};
class EcoreEvasWindowSoftwareX11 : public EcoreEvasWindow
{
public:
EcoreEvasWindowSoftwareX11( const Size &size, const char* display = 0 );
virtual ~EcoreEvasWindowSoftwareX11();
/*!
* \brief Gets a pointer to the X window. The returned pointer needs to be
* deleted if you don't need it any longer.
*
* \return The EcoreXWindow.
*/
EcoreXWindow *getXWindow();
private:
EcoreEvasWindowSoftwareX11();
bool operator=( const EcoreEvasWindowSoftwareX11& );
bool operator==( const EcoreEvasWindowSoftwareX11& );
};
class EcoreEvasWindowGLX11 : public EcoreEvasWindow
{
public:
EcoreEvasWindowGLX11( const Size &size, const char* display = 0 );
virtual ~EcoreEvasWindowGLX11();
/*!
* \brief Gets a pointer to the X window. The returned pointer needs to be
* deleted if you don't need it any longer.
*
* \return The EcoreXWindow.
*/
EcoreXWindow *getXWindow();
private:
EcoreEvasWindowGLX11();
bool operator=( const EcoreEvasWindowGLX11& );
bool operator==( const EcoreEvasWindowGLX11& );
};
class EcoreEvasWindowXRenderX11 : public EcoreEvasWindow
{
public:
EcoreEvasWindowXRenderX11( const Size &size, const char* display = 0 );
virtual ~EcoreEvasWindowXRenderX11();
/*!
* \brief Gets a pointer to the X window. The returned pointer needs to be
* deleted if you don't need it any longer.
*
* \return The EcoreXWindow.
*/
EcoreXWindow *getXWindow();
private:
EcoreEvasWindowXRenderX11();
bool operator=( const EcoreEvasWindowXRenderX11& );
bool operator==( const EcoreEvasWindowXRenderX11& );
};
class EcoreEvasWindowFB : public EcoreEvasWindow
{
public:
EcoreEvasWindowFB( const Size &size, const char* display = 0, int rotation = 0 );
virtual ~EcoreEvasWindowFB();
EcoreXWindow *getXWindow();
private:
EcoreEvasWindowFB();
bool operator=( const EcoreEvasWindowFB& );
bool operator==( const EcoreEvasWindowFB& );
};
} // end namespace efl
#endif // ECORE_EVAS_WINDOW_H

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#ifndef ECORE_DATA_H
#define ECORE_DATA_H
/* EFL */
#include <Ecore_Data.h>
namespace efl {
template <typename T>
class EcoreList
{
public:
/*!
* Create a new EcoreList.
*/
EcoreList();
/*!
* Create a EcoreList from by using a existing Ecore_List C object.
* Notice that the destructor deletes the C object list.
*/
EcoreList(Ecore_List *list); // TODO: wrap?
virtual ~EcoreList();
/*!
* return The internal Ecore_List object
*/
Ecore_List *obj();
/* Adding items to the list */
bool append( T *data );
bool prepend( T *data );
bool insert( T *data );
bool appendList( EcoreList <T> *append);
bool prependList( EcoreList <T> *prepend);
/* Removing items from the list */
// TODO: how to integrate this with destructors?
//int ecore_list_remove_destroy(Ecore_List *list);
T *remove();
T *removeFirst();
T *removeLast();
/* Retrieve the current position in the list */
T *current();
T *first();
T *last();
int index();
int count();
/* Traversing the list */
// not wrapped! -> std::for_each exist. -> #include <algorithm>
// TODO: need to implement an iterator to get this working
//EAPI int ecore_list_for_each(Ecore_List *list, Ecore_For_Each function,
// void *user_data);
T *gotoFirst();
T *gotoLast();
T *gotoIndex(int index);
T *gotoElement(const T *data);
/* Traversing the list and returning data */
T *next();
// not wrapped! -> std::find* exist. -> #include <algorithm>
// TODO: need to implement an iterator to get this working
//EAPI void *ecore_list_find(Ecore_List *list, Ecore_Compare_Cb function,
// const void *user_data);
/* Sorting the list */
// TODO: it may help to implement operators <,>,== to wrap it
/*EAPI int ecore_list_sort(Ecore_List *list, Ecore_Compare_Cb compare,
char order);
EAPI int ecore_list_mergesort(Ecore_List *list, Ecore_Compare_Cb compare,
char order);
EAPI int ecore_list_heapsort(Ecore_List *list, Ecore_Compare_Cb compare,
char order);*/
bool isEmpty();
bool clear();
/*class forward_iterator
{
public:
forward_iterator ()
{
list = m_list;
}
// Prefix
forward_iterator& operator++ ()
{
list = list->next ();
return *this;
}
// Postfix
forward_iterator operator++ (int)
{
forward_iterator oldIterator =* this;
list = list->next ();
return oldIterator;
}
private:
EcoreList<T> list;
};*/
//forward_iterator begin ();
//forward_iterator end ();
private:
Ecore_List *m_list;
};
template <typename T>
class EcoreDList
{
public:
/*!
* Create a new EcoreList.
*/
EcoreDList();
/*!
* Create a EcoreList from by using a existing Ecore_List C object.
* Notice that the destructor deletes the C object list.
*/
EcoreDList(Ecore_DList *list);
virtual ~EcoreDList();
/*!
* return The internal Ecore_DList object
*/
Ecore_DList *obj();
/* Adding items to the list */
bool append( T *data );
bool prepend( T *data );
bool insert( T *data );
bool appendList( EcoreDList <T> *append);
bool prependList( EcoreDList <T> *prepend);
// not wrapped! -> std::for_each exist. -> #include <algorithm>
// need to implement an iterator to get this working
/* Removing items from the list */
// TODO: how to integrate this with destructors?
//int ecore_dlist_remove_destroy(Ecore_List *list);
T *remove();
T *removeFirst();
T *removeLast();
/* Retrieve the current position in the list */
T *current();
// TODO: Why no first and last in Ecore_DList?
//T *first();
//T *last();
int index();
int count();
/* Traversing the list */
// not wrapped! -> std::for_each exist. -> #include <algorithm>
// need to implement an iterator to get this working
//EAPI int ecore_dlist_for_each(Ecore_List *list, Ecore_For_Each function,
// void *user_data);
T *gotoFirst();
T *gotoLast();
T *gotoIndex(int index);
T *gotoElement(const T *data);
/* Traversing the list and returning data */
T *next();
T *previous();
// not wrapped! -> std::find* exist. -> #include <algorithm>
// TODO: need to implement an iterator to get this working
//EAPI void *ecore_dlist_find(Ecore_List *list, Ecore_Compare_Cb function,
// const void *user_data);
/* Sorting the list */
/*EAPI int ecore_dlist_sort(Ecore_List *list, Ecore_Compare_Cb compare,
char order);
EAPI int ecore_dlist_mergesort(Ecore_List *list, Ecore_Compare_Cb compare,
char order);
EAPI int ecore_dlist_heapsort(Ecore_List *list, Ecore_Compare_Cb compare,
char order);*/
bool isEmpty();
bool clear();
private:
Ecore_DList *m_list;
};
/** Implementaion **/
/*************/
/* EcoreList */
/*************/
template <typename T>
EcoreList<T>::EcoreList()
{
m_list = ecore_list_new();
// todo: how to handle error return? -> Exception?
}
template <typename T>
EcoreList<T>::EcoreList(Ecore_List *list)
{
m_list = list;
}
template <typename T>
EcoreList<T>::~EcoreList()
{
ecore_list_destroy( m_list );
}
template <typename T>
Ecore_List *EcoreList<T>::obj()
{
return m_list;
}
template <typename T>
bool EcoreList<T>::append( T *data )
{
return ecore_list_append( m_list, static_cast <void*> (data) );
}
template <typename T>
bool EcoreList<