wl_array man page
Public Member Functions
void wl_array_init (struct wl_array *array)
void wl_array_release (struct wl_array *array)
void * wl_array_add (struct wl_array *array, size_t size)
int wl_array_copy (struct wl_array *array, struct wl_array *source)
void * data
(Note that these are not member functions.)
#define wl_array_for_each(pos, array)
A wl_array is a dynamic array that can only grow until released. It is intended for relatively small allocations whose size is variable or not known in advance. While construction of a wl_array does not require all elements to be of the same size, wl_array_for_each() does require all elements to have the same type and size.
Member Function Documentation
void * wl_array_add (struct wl_array * array, size_t size)
Increases the size of the array by
array Array whose size is to be increased
size Number of bytes to increase the size of the array by
A pointer to the beginning of the newly appended space, or NULL when resizing fails.
int wl_array_copy (struct wl_array * array, struct wl_array * source)
Copies the contents of
array Destination array to copy to
source Source array to copy from
0 on success, or -1 on failure
void wl_array_init (struct wl_array * array)
Initializes the array.
array Array to initialize
void wl_array_release (struct wl_array * array)
Releases the array data.
Leaves the array in an invalid state.
array Array whose data is to be released
Friends And Related Function Documentation
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