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undo

undo — Undo and redo facility

Functions

gulong gwy_app_undo_checkpoint ()
gulong gwy_app_undo_qcheckpoint ()
gulong gwy_app_undo_checkpointv ()
gulong gwy_app_undo_qcheckpointv ()
void gwy_app_undo_undo_container ()
void gwy_app_undo_redo_container ()
void gwy_app_undo_container_remove ()
gulong gwy_undo_checkpoint ()
gulong gwy_undo_qcheckpoint ()
gulong gwy_undo_checkpointv ()
gulong gwy_undo_qcheckpointv ()
void gwy_undo_undo_container ()
void gwy_undo_redo_container ()
gboolean gwy_undo_container_has_undo ()
gboolean gwy_undo_container_has_redo ()
gint gwy_undo_container_get_modified ()
void gwy_undo_container_set_unmodified ()
void gwy_undo_container_remove ()
gboolean gwy_undo_get_enabled ()
void gwy_undo_set_enabled ()

Includes

#include <app/gwyapp.h>

Description

For a module developer, the only two useful undo/redo functions are probably gwy_app_undo_checkpoint() and gwy_app_undo_checkpointv() creating a checkpoint in the undo history to which is possible to return to later. You should use these functions before commiting changes to data.

The other functions actually perform undo or redo, and has little use outside main application, unless it wishes to implement its local undo.

There are two types of functions app-level and container-level. App-level functions (have `app' in their names) should be generally used only by the main application as they update menus and toolboxes according to undo and redo state. Container-level functions only perform the actual undo or redo and can be used for local undo implementation.

Undo information for a GwyContainer is automatically destroyed when the container is finalized.

Functions

gwy_app_undo_checkpoint ()

gulong
gwy_app_undo_checkpoint (GwyContainer *data,
                         ...);

Create a point in the undo history it is possible to return to.

In addition to what gwy_undo_checkpoint() does, this function takes care of updating application controls state.

Parameters

data

A data container.

 

...

NULL-terminated list of container item names to save.

 

Returns

Undo level id (zero if undo/redo is disabled). Not useful (yet).

gwy_app_undo_qcheckpoint ()

gulong
gwy_app_undo_qcheckpoint (GwyContainer *data,
                          ...);

Create a point in the undo history it is possible to return to.

In addition to what gwy_undo_checkpoint() does, this function takes care of updating application controls state.

Parameters

data

A data container.

 

...

0-terminated list of container item quark keys to save.

 

Returns

Undo level id. Not useful (yet).

gwy_app_undo_checkpointv ()

gulong
gwy_app_undo_checkpointv (GwyContainer *data,
                          guint n,
                          const gchar **keys);

Create a point in the undo history it is possible to return to.

In addition to what gwy_undo_checkpointv() does, this function takes care of updating application controls state.

Parameters

data

A data container.

 

n

The number of strings in keys .

 

keys

An array of container string keys to save data. It can contain holes, that is NUL's, they are ignored. However, it should contain at least one real key.

 

Returns

Undo level id. Not useful (yet).

gwy_app_undo_qcheckpointv ()

gulong
gwy_app_undo_qcheckpointv (GwyContainer *data,
                           guint n,
                           const GQuark *keys);

Create a point in the undo history it is possible to return to.

In addition to what gwy_undo_checkpointv() does, this function takes care of updating application controls state.

If keys include channel keys the corresponding channel calibration data is saved together with the data and then removed from the container. This prevents mismatch between a data field and its calibration data. Therefore, if you perform a data operation that can also meaningfully transform the corresponding calibration data take care to obtain it before saving undo.

Parameters

data

A data container.

 

n

The number of strings in keys .

 

keys

An array of container quark keys to save data. It can contain holes, that is 0's, they are ignored. However, it should contain at least one real key.

 

Returns

Undo level id. Not useful (yet).

gwy_app_undo_undo_container ()

void
gwy_app_undo_undo_container (GwyContainer *data);

Performs undo on a data container.

It must have undo available.

In addition to what gwy_undo_undo_container() does, this function takes care of updating application controls state.

Parameters

data

A data container.

 

gwy_app_undo_redo_container ()

void
gwy_app_undo_redo_container (GwyContainer *data);

Performs undo on a data container.

It must have redo available.

In addition to what gwy_undo_redo_container() does, this function takes care of updating application controls state.

Parameters

data

A data container.

 

gwy_app_undo_container_remove ()

void
gwy_app_undo_container_remove (GwyContainer *data,
                               const gchar *prefix);

Removes undo/redo information for a data container.

In addition to what gwy_undo_container_remove() does, this function takes care of updating application controls state.

Parameters

data

A data container managed by the data-browser.

 

prefix

Prefix to remove undo/redo information under. Pass NULL to remove undo/redo information altogether.

 

Since: 2.23

gwy_undo_checkpoint ()

gulong
gwy_undo_checkpoint (GwyContainer *data,
                     ...);

Create a point in the undo history it is possible to return to.

Parameters

data

A data container.

 

...

NULL-terminated list of container item names to save.

 

Returns

Undo level id. Not useful (yet).

gwy_undo_qcheckpoint ()

gulong
gwy_undo_qcheckpoint (GwyContainer *data,
                      ...);

Create a point in the undo history it is possible to return to.

Parameters

data

A data container.

 

...

0-terminated list of container item quark keys to save.

 

Returns

Undo level id. Not useful (yet).

gwy_undo_checkpointv ()

gulong
gwy_undo_checkpointv (GwyContainer *data,
                      guint n,
                      const gchar **keys);

Create a point in the undo history it is possible to return to.

Parameters

data

A data container.

 

n

The number of strings in keys .

 

keys

An array of container string keys to save data. It can contain holes, that is NUL's, they are ignored. However, it should contain at least one real key.

 

Returns

Undo level id. Not useful (yet).

gwy_undo_qcheckpointv ()

gulong
gwy_undo_qcheckpointv (GwyContainer *data,
                       guint n,
                       const GQuark *keys);

Create a point in the undo history it is possible to return to.

Parameters

data

A data container.

 

n

The number of strings in keys .

 

keys

An array of container quark keys to save data. It can contain holes, that is 0's, they are ignored. However, it should contain at least one real key.

 

Returns

Undo level id. Not useful (yet).

gwy_undo_undo_container ()

void
gwy_undo_undo_container (GwyContainer *data);

Performs undo on a data container.

It must have undo available.

Parameters

data

A data container.

 

gwy_undo_redo_container ()

void
gwy_undo_redo_container (GwyContainer *data);

Performs undo on a data container.

It must have redo available.

Parameters

data

A data container.

 

gwy_undo_container_has_undo ()

gboolean
gwy_undo_container_has_undo (GwyContainer *data);

Returns whether there is any undo available for a container.

Parameters

data

Data container to get undo infomation of.

 

Returns

TRUE if there is undo, FALSE otherwise.

gwy_undo_container_has_redo ()

gboolean
gwy_undo_container_has_redo (GwyContainer *data);

Returns whether there is any redo available for a container.

Parameters

data

Data container to get redo infomation of.

 

Returns

TRUE if there is redo, FALSE otherwise.

gwy_undo_container_get_modified ()

gint
gwy_undo_container_get_modified (GwyContainer *data);

Tests whether a container was modified.

FIXME: it may not work.

Parameters

data

Data container to get modification infomation of.

 

Returns

TRUE if container was modified, FALSE otherwise.

gwy_undo_container_set_unmodified ()

void
gwy_undo_container_set_unmodified (GwyContainer *data);

Marks a data container as umodified (that is, saved).

Parameters

data

Data container to set modification infomation of.

 

gwy_undo_container_remove ()

void
gwy_undo_container_remove (GwyContainer *data,
                           const gchar *prefix);

Removes undo/redo information for a data container.

Parameters

data

A data container.

 

prefix

Prefix to remove undo/redo information under. Pass NULL to remove undo/redo information altogether.

 

gwy_undo_get_enabled ()

gboolean
gwy_undo_get_enabled (void);

Reports whether undo/redo is globally enabled.

Returns

TRUE if undo/redo is enabled, FALSE if it is disabled.

Since: 2.21

gwy_undo_set_enabled ()

void
gwy_undo_set_enabled (gboolean setting);

Globally enables or disables undo/redo.

By default, undo/redo is enabled. Non-GUI applications that run module functions may wish to disable it to conserve resources.

If undo/redo is disabled undo information manipulating functions such as gwy_app_undo_qcheckpoint() become no-op and gwy_undo_container_get_modified() always returns zero. Disabling undo also removes saved undo data of all containers.

Parameters

setting

TRUE to enable undo, FALSE to disable it.

 

Since: 2.21

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