tree-wide: get rid of trailing whitespace (part 5)

Remove trailing whitespaces

Reviewed-by: Stefan Schmidt <stefan@datenfreihafen.org>
Differential Revision: https://phab.enlightenment.org/D11824
enlightenment-0.24
Elyes HAOUAS 2 years ago committed by Stefan Schmidt
parent cd5f79c814
commit 44b029378a
  1. 4
      src/bin/efx/efx_move.c
  2. 2
      src/bin/efx/efx_pan.c
  3. 2
      src/bin/efx/efx_rotate.c
  4. 2
      src/bin/efx/efx_zoom.c
  5. 2
      src/bin/system/e_system_cpufreq.c
  6. 58
      src/bin/valgrind.h

@ -135,7 +135,7 @@ e_efx_move(Evas_Object *obj, E_Efx_Effect_Speed speed, const Evas_Point *end_poi
E_EFX *e;
E_Efx_Move_Data *emd;
Evas_Coord x, y;
EINA_SAFETY_ON_NULL_RETURN_VAL(obj, EINA_FALSE);
if (!end_point) return EINA_FALSE;
if (total_time < 0.0) return EINA_FALSE;
@ -179,7 +179,7 @@ e_efx_move_circle(Evas_Object *obj, E_Efx_Effect_Speed speed, const Evas_Point *
E_EFX *e;
E_Efx_Move_Data *emd;
Evas_Coord x, y;
EINA_SAFETY_ON_NULL_RETURN_VAL(obj, EINA_FALSE);
if (!degrees) return EINA_FALSE;
if (!center) return EINA_FALSE;

@ -361,7 +361,7 @@ e_efx_pan(Evas_Object *obj, E_Efx_Effect_Speed speed, const Evas_Point *distance
E_EFX *e;
E_Efx_Pan_Data *epd;
Evas_Coord x = 0, y = 0;
if (!distance) return EINA_FALSE;
if (total_time < 0.0) return EINA_FALSE;
if (speed > E_EFX_EFFECT_SPEED_SINUSOIDAL) return EINA_FALSE;

@ -84,7 +84,7 @@ e_efx_rotate(Evas_Object *obj, E_Efx_Effect_Speed speed, double degrees, const E
{
E_EFX *e;
E_Efx_Rotate_Data *erd;
EINA_SAFETY_ON_NULL_RETURN_VAL(obj, EINA_FALSE);
if (eina_dbl_exact(degrees, 0)) return EINA_FALSE;
if (total_time < 0.0) return EINA_FALSE;

@ -121,7 +121,7 @@ e_efx_zoom(Evas_Object *obj, E_Efx_Effect_Speed speed, double starting_zoom, dou
{
E_EFX *e;
E_Efx_Zoom_Data *ezd;
EINA_SAFETY_ON_NULL_RETURN_VAL(obj, EINA_FALSE);
if (ending_zoom <= 0.0) return EINA_FALSE;
if (starting_zoom < 0.0) return EINA_FALSE;

@ -159,5 +159,5 @@ e_system_cpufreq_init(void)
void
e_system_cpufreq_shutdown(void)
{
// only shutdown things we really have to - no need to free mem etc.
// only shutdown things we really have to - no need to free mem etc.
}

@ -21,16 +21,16 @@
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented; you must
not claim that you wrote the original software. If you use this
software in a product, an acknowledgment in the product
2. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented; you must
not claim that you wrote the original software. If you use this
software in a product, an acknowledgment in the product
documentation would be appreciated but is not required.
3. Altered source versions must be plainly marked as such, and must
not be misrepresented as being the original software.
4. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote
products derived from this software without specific prior written
4. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote
products derived from this software without specific prior written
permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS
@ -52,13 +52,13 @@
the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2. See the
COPYING file in the source distribution for details.
----------------------------------------------------------------
----------------------------------------------------------------
*/
/* This file is for inclusion into client (your!) code.
You can use these macros to manipulate and query Valgrind's
You can use these macros to manipulate and query Valgrind's
execution inside your own programs.
The resulting executables will still run without Valgrind, just a
@ -228,8 +228,8 @@
this is executed not under Valgrind. Args are passed in a memory
block, and so there's no intrinsic limit to the number that could
be passed, but it's currently five.
The macro args are:
The macro args are:
_zzq_rlval result lvalue
_zzq_default default value (result returned when running on real CPU)
_zzq_request request code
@ -257,7 +257,7 @@
|| defined(PLAT_x86_solaris)
typedef
struct {
struct {
unsigned int nraddr; /* where's the code? */
}
OrigFn;
@ -322,7 +322,7 @@ typedef
#if defined(PLAT_x86_win32) && !defined(__GNUC__)
typedef
struct {
struct {
unsigned int nraddr; /* where's the code? */
}
OrigFn;
@ -397,7 +397,7 @@ valgrind_do_client_request_expr(uintptr_t _zzq_default, uintptr_t _zzq_request,
|| (defined(PLAT_amd64_win64) && defined(__GNUC__))
typedef
struct {
struct {
unsigned long int nraddr; /* where's the code? */
}
OrigFn;
@ -469,7 +469,7 @@ typedef
#if defined(PLAT_ppc32_linux)
typedef
struct {
struct {
unsigned int nraddr; /* where's the code? */
}
OrigFn;
@ -538,7 +538,7 @@ typedef
#if defined(PLAT_ppc64be_linux)
typedef
struct {
struct {
unsigned long int nraddr; /* where's the code? */
unsigned long int r2; /* what tocptr do we need? */
}
@ -694,7 +694,7 @@ typedef
#if defined(PLAT_arm_linux)
typedef
struct {
struct {
unsigned int nraddr; /* where's the code? */
}
OrigFn;
@ -762,7 +762,7 @@ typedef
#if defined(PLAT_arm64_linux)
typedef
struct {
struct {
unsigned long int nraddr; /* where's the code? */
}
OrigFn;
@ -908,7 +908,7 @@ typedef
#if defined(PLAT_mips32_linux)
typedef
struct {
struct {
unsigned int nraddr; /* where's the code? */
}
OrigFn;
@ -922,7 +922,7 @@ typedef
"srl $0, $0, 29\n\t" \
"srl $0, $0, 3\n\t" \
"srl $0, $0, 19\n\t"
#define VALGRIND_DO_CLIENT_REQUEST_EXPR( \
_zzq_default, _zzq_request, \
_zzq_arg1, _zzq_arg2, _zzq_arg3, _zzq_arg4, _zzq_arg5) \
@ -2173,7 +2173,7 @@ typedef
#define VALGRIND_RESTORE_STACK \
"mr 1,28\n\t"
/* These CALL_FN_ macros assume that on ppc32-linux,
/* These CALL_FN_ macros assume that on ppc32-linux,
sizeof(unsigned long) == 4. */
#define CALL_FN_W_v(lval, orig) \
@ -4690,7 +4690,7 @@ typedef
#define __CALLER_SAVED_REGS "0","1","2","3","4","5","14", \
"f0","f1","f2","f3","f4","f5","f6","f7"
/* Nb: Although r11 is modified in the asm snippets below (inside
/* Nb: Although r11 is modified in the asm snippets below (inside
VALGRIND_CFI_PROLOGUE) it is not listed in the clobber section, for
two reasons:
(1) r11 is restored in VALGRIND_CFI_EPILOGUE, so effectively it is not
@ -5140,7 +5140,7 @@ typedef
#endif /* PLAT_s390x_linux */
/* ------------------------- mips32-linux ----------------------- */
#if defined(PLAT_mips32_linux)
/* These regs are trashed by the hidden call. */
@ -6115,7 +6115,7 @@ typedef
#define VG_IS_TOOL_USERREQ(a, b, v) \
(VG_USERREQ_TOOL_BASE(a,b) == ((v) & 0xffff0000))
/* !! ABIWARNING !! ABIWARNING !! ABIWARNING !! ABIWARNING !!
/* !! ABIWARNING !! ABIWARNING !! ABIWARNING !! ABIWARNING !!
This enum comprises an ABI exported by Valgrind to programs
which use client requests. DO NOT CHANGE THE NUMERIC VALUES OF THESE
ENTRIES, NOR DELETE ANY -- add new ones at the end of the most
@ -6264,7 +6264,7 @@ VALGRIND_PRINTF(const char *format, ...)
_qzz_res = VALGRIND_DO_CLIENT_REQUEST_EXPR(0,
VG_USERREQ__PRINTF_VALIST_BY_REF,
(unsigned long)format,
(unsigned long)&vargs,
(unsigned long)&vargs,
0, 0, 0);
#endif
va_end(vargs);
@ -6303,7 +6303,7 @@ VALGRIND_PRINTF_BACKTRACE(const char *format, ...)
_qzz_res = VALGRIND_DO_CLIENT_REQUEST_EXPR(0,
VG_USERREQ__PRINTF_BACKTRACE_VALIST_BY_REF,
(unsigned long)format,
(unsigned long)&vargs,
(unsigned long)&vargs,
0, 0, 0);
#endif
va_end(vargs);
@ -6314,7 +6314,7 @@ VALGRIND_PRINTF_BACKTRACE(const char *format, ...)
/* These requests allow control to move from the simulated CPU to the
real CPU, calling an arbitrary function.
Note that the current ThreadId is inserted as the first argument.
So this call:
@ -6400,7 +6400,7 @@ VALGRIND_PRINTF_BACKTRACE(const char *format, ...)
- It marks the block as being addressable and undefined (if 'is_zeroed' is
not set), or addressable and defined (if 'is_zeroed' is set). This
controls how accesses to the block by the program are handled.
'addr' is the start of the usable block (ie. after any
redzone), 'sizeB' is its size. 'rzB' is the redzone size if the allocator
can apply redzones -- these are blocks of padding at the start and end of
@ -6408,7 +6408,7 @@ VALGRIND_PRINTF_BACKTRACE(const char *format, ...)
Valgrind will spot block overruns. `is_zeroed' indicates if the memory is
zeroed (or filled with another predictable value), as is the case for
calloc().
VALGRIND_MALLOCLIKE_BLOCK should be put immediately after the point where a
heap block -- that will be used by the client program -- is allocated.
It's best to put it at the outermost level of the allocator if possible;
@ -6496,8 +6496,8 @@ VALGRIND_PRINTF_BACKTRACE(const char *format, ...)
/* Create a memory pool with some flags specifying extended behaviour.
When flags is zero, the behaviour is identical to VALGRIND_CREATE_MEMPOOL.
The flag VALGRIND_MEMPOOL_METAPOOL specifies that the pieces of memory
The flag VALGRIND_MEMPOOL_METAPOOL specifies that the pieces of memory
associated with the pool using VALGRIND_MEMPOOL_ALLOC will be used
by the application as superblocks to dole out MALLOC_LIKE blocks using
VALGRIND_MALLOCLIKE_BLOCK. In other words, a meta pool is a "2 levels"

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