On Thu, 2018-02-08 at 23:06 -0600, Pavlo Solntsev wrote: > Hi, > > I found that I need to convert a bool variable to its string > representation, e.g. "FALSE" or "TRUE". I "invented" a macro: > > #define G_BOOL_TO_STRING(x) (x ? "TRUE" : "FALSE") > > I put this macro to ./glib/gmacros.h file and added a brief > description ./glib/docs.c > > Everything looks good but gtk-doc ignores it. Do I need to explicitly > mention this macro in some file? If so, what file? BTW, do we need > this macro in glib?
You’d need to add it to docs/reference/glib/glib-sections.txt so that gtk-doc knows where to include it in the index. However, this isn’t something I’d be interested in including in GLib: it’s just as easy to open-code this in your application, and prescribing the string formats for people to use would mean half of all applications would find the format inappropriate. If you find the macro useful, keep it in a header in your own application. Do not prefix it with ‘G_’ as that’s the GLib namespace; use your own namespace. Philip
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