Add this patch:.
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Some public elements, unfortunately, are also for internal use only, and can be completely hidden from docs.
You probably have a track of those already. I would list:
- IWrapper and implementations of its properties NativeHandle and NativeClass, (both in EoWrapper and generated code),
- internal NativeMethods classes and their public method GetEoOps (both in EoWrapper and generated code).
Apparently, from protected elements only the constructor protected EoWrapper(ConstructingHandle ch) could be of interest to the user, and consequently the struct ConstructingHandle.
Every other protected element can be hidden.
There is also a generated version of this constructor for each class, like protected <ClassName>(ConstructingHandle ch).
Jul 17 2019
As @bu5hm4n suggested in IRC, removing the public definition of this function would be desirable too.
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Jul 8 2019
Missed the one at bg_cxx_example_02.cc. Now it is fixed as well.
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use the right commit
- eolian_cxx: update eolian_cxx to recognize slice and rw_slice
Jul 7 2019
Jun 28 2019
Fixed by D9071
Jun 27 2019
Fix tests that use iterators with element ownership.
Add missing override keyword to suppress warning.
Hi @YOhoho, thank you for the review.
Sorry about the delay.
fixed inherited value
I replicated the tests with iterators and ownership to stringshare too.
And now iterators with ownership are no longer allowed.
I am going to fix this test.
@segfaultxavi nice, thank you.
Jun 25 2019
Adding @segfaultxavi to know if he is OK with the change in the Efl.Csharp.Application.OnInitialize method.
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I guess we have two options here.
May 23 2019
benchmarks and some updates
May 22 2019
Apr 25 2019
Still needing a more in-depth analysis about the impact of this patch in 'efl_part'.
Still working in some optimization aspects.
Avoid calling OWNERSHIP_UNIQUE while invalidating
Add a boolean flag for performance optmization reasons
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