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Infile reading structed files

Infile reading structed files

Types and Values

Object Hierarchy

    GObject
    ╰── GsfInput
        ╰── GsfInfile
            ├── GsfInfileMSOle
            ├── GsfInfileStdio
            ├── GsfInfileZip
            ╰── GsfStructuredBlob

Description

Functions

gsf_infile_num_children ()

int
gsf_infile_num_children (GsfInfile *infile);

Parameters

infile

the structured storage

 

Returns

the number of children the storage has, or -1 if the storage can not have children.


gsf_infile_child_by_index ()

GsfInput *
gsf_infile_child_by_index (GsfInfile *infile,
                           int i);

TODO : For 2.0 api will change to include a GError.

Parameters

infile

GsfInfile

 

i

target index

 

Returns

a newly created child which must be unrefed.

[transfer full]


gsf_infile_child_by_name ()

GsfInput *
gsf_infile_child_by_name (GsfInfile *infile,
                          char const *name);

The function returns a named child of the given infile. This only works for an immediate child. If you need to go several levels down use gsf_infile_child_by_aname, for example.

TODO : For 2.0 api will change to include a GError.

Parameters

infile

GsfInfile

 

name

target name

 

Returns

a newly created child which must be unrefed.

[transfer full]


gsf_infile_child_by_vname ()

GsfInput *
gsf_infile_child_by_vname (GsfInfile *infile,
                           ...);

Apart from the way arguments are specified, this is the same as gsf_infile_child_by_aname. Please see the documentation there.

Parameters

infile

a GsfInfile

 

...

A NULL terminated list of names

 

Returns

a newly created child which must be unrefed.

[transfer full]


gsf_infile_child_by_aname ()

GsfInput *
gsf_infile_child_by_aname (GsfInfile *infile,
                           char const *names[]);

This function finds a child that is several directory levels down the tree. If, for example, the names "foo", "bar", and "baz" are given, then this function first finds the "foo" directory in the root infile, then locates "bar" within that directory, and finally locates "baz" within that and returns the "baz" child. In other words, this function finds the "foo/bar/baz" child.

New in 1.14.9.

Parameters

infile

GsfInfile

 

names

A NULL terminated array of names (e.g. from g_strsplit)

 

Returns

a newly created child which must be unrefed.

[transfer full]


gsf_infile_child_by_vaname ()

GsfInput *
gsf_infile_child_by_vaname (GsfInfile *infile,
                            va_list names);

Apart from argument types, this is the same as gsf_infile_child_by_aname. Please see the documentation there. New in 1.14.9.

Parameters

infile

GsfInfile

 

names

A NULL terminated array of names (e.g. from g_strsplit)

 

Returns

a newly created child which must be unrefed.

[transfer full]


gsf_infile_name_by_index ()

char const *
gsf_infile_name_by_index (GsfInfile *infile,
                          int i);

Parameters

infile

An GsfInfile

 

i

zero-based index of child to find.

 

Returns

the utf8 encoded name of the i -th child.

[transfer none]

Types and Values

GsfInfile

typedef struct _GsfInfile GsfInfile;

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