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gen/win_factory_gen.c File Reference
#include "win_factory_gen.h"
#include "gui_factory_friend_gen.h"

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struct  win_factory_st_


typedef struct
win_factory_data_st_ * 
typedef struct win_factory_st_ win_factory_st


gui_factory_handle win_factory_cast_to_gui_factory (win_factory_handle win_factory_h)
void win_factory_delete (win_factory_handle win_factory_h)

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This implements the interface related portion of the win_factory class. This file should be included in the win_factory implementation file Yes, including a C file is bizarre, but that's how it works here.

Definition in file win_factory_gen.c.

Typedef Documentation

typedef struct win_factory_data_st_* win_factory_data_handle

Forward pointer to reference non-interface data for the class. This must be defined manually.

Definition at line 42 of file win_factory_gen.c.

Private data for this class

Function Documentation

gui_factory_handle win_factory_cast_to_gui_factory ( win_factory_handle  win_factory_h)

Cast the win_factory object to gui_factory.

win_factory_hThe win_factory object
The gui_factory object

Definition at line 98 of file win_factory_gen.c.

void win_factory_delete ( win_factory_handle  win_factory_h)

The function to delete a win_factory object. Upon return, the object is not longer valid and the pointer is set to NULL.

win_factory_hA pointer to the object. If NULL, then this function is a no-op.

Definition at line 117 of file win_factory_gen.c.

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