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/* GIO - GLib Input, Output and Streaming Library
*
* Copyright (C) 2006-2007 Red Hat, Inc.
*
* This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
* License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
* version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
*
* This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
* Lesser General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General
* Public License along with this library; if not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*
* Author: Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
*/
#ifndef __GIO_ENUMS_H__
#define __GIO_ENUMS_H__
#if !defined (__GIO_GIO_H_INSIDE__) && !defined (GIO_COMPILATION)
#error "Only <gio/gio.h> can be included directly."
#endif
#include <glib-object.h>
G_BEGIN_DECLS
/**
* GAppInfoCreateFlags:
* @G_APP_INFO_CREATE_NONE: No flags.
* @G_APP_INFO_CREATE_NEEDS_TERMINAL: Application opens in a terminal window.
* @G_APP_INFO_CREATE_SUPPORTS_URIS: Application supports URI arguments.
* @G_APP_INFO_CREATE_SUPPORTS_STARTUP_NOTIFICATION: Application supports startup notification. Since 2.26
*
* Flags used when creating a #GAppInfo.
*/
typedef enum {
G_APP_INFO_CREATE_NONE = 0, /*< nick=none >*/
G_APP_INFO_CREATE_NEEDS_TERMINAL = (1 << 0), /*< nick=needs-terminal >*/
G_APP_INFO_CREATE_SUPPORTS_URIS = (1 << 1), /*< nick=supports-uris >*/
G_APP_INFO_CREATE_SUPPORTS_STARTUP_NOTIFICATION = (1 << 2) /*< nick=supports-startup-notification >*/
} GAppInfoCreateFlags;
/**
* GConverterFlags:
* @G_CONVERTER_NO_FLAGS: No flags.
* @G_CONVERTER_INPUT_AT_END: At end of input data
* @G_CONVERTER_FLUSH: Flush data
*
* Flags used when calling a g_converter_convert().
*
* Since: 2.24
*/
typedef enum {
G_CONVERTER_NO_FLAGS = 0, /*< nick=none >*/
G_CONVERTER_INPUT_AT_END = (1 << 0), /*< nick=input-at-end >*/
G_CONVERTER_FLUSH = (1 << 1) /*< nick=flush >*/
} GConverterFlags;
/**
* GConverterResult:
* @G_CONVERTER_ERROR: There was an error during conversion.
* @G_CONVERTER_CONVERTED: Some data was consumed or produced
* @G_CONVERTER_FINISHED: The conversion is finished
* @G_CONVERTER_FLUSHED: Flushing is finished
*
* Results returned from g_converter_convert().
*
* Since: 2.24
*/
typedef enum {
G_CONVERTER_ERROR = 0, /*< nick=error >*/
G_CONVERTER_CONVERTED = 1, /*< nick=converted >*/
G_CONVERTER_FINISHED = 2, /*< nick=finished >*/
G_CONVERTER_FLUSHED = 3 /*< nick=flushed >*/
} GConverterResult;
/**
* GDataStreamByteOrder:
* @G_DATA_STREAM_BYTE_ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN: Selects Big Endian byte order.
* @G_DATA_STREAM_BYTE_ORDER_LITTLE_ENDIAN: Selects Little Endian byte order.
* @G_DATA_STREAM_BYTE_ORDER_HOST_ENDIAN: Selects endianness based on host machine's architecture.
*
* #GDataStreamByteOrder is used to ensure proper endianness of streaming data sources
* across various machine architectures.
*
**/
typedef enum {
G_DATA_STREAM_BYTE_ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN,
G_DATA_STREAM_BYTE_ORDER_LITTLE_ENDIAN,
G_DATA_STREAM_BYTE_ORDER_HOST_ENDIAN
} GDataStreamByteOrder;
/**
* GDataStreamNewlineType:
* @G_DATA_STREAM_NEWLINE_TYPE_LF: Selects "LF" line endings, common on most modern UNIX platforms.
* @G_DATA_STREAM_NEWLINE_TYPE_CR: Selects "CR" line endings.
* @G_DATA_STREAM_NEWLINE_TYPE_CR_LF: Selects "CR, LF" line ending, common on Microsoft Windows.
* @G_DATA_STREAM_NEWLINE_TYPE_ANY: Automatically try to handle any line ending type.
*
* #GDataStreamNewlineType is used when checking for or setting the line endings for a given file.
**/
typedef enum {
G_DATA_STREAM_NEWLINE_TYPE_LF,
G_DATA_STREAM_NEWLINE_TYPE_CR,
G_DATA_STREAM_NEWLINE_TYPE_CR_LF,
G_DATA_STREAM_NEWLINE_TYPE_ANY
} GDataStreamNewlineType;
/**
* GFileAttributeType:
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_INVALID: indicates an invalid or uninitialized type.
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_STRING: a null terminated UTF8 string.
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_BYTE_STRING: a zero terminated string of non-zero bytes.
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_BOOLEAN: a boolean value.
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_UINT32: an unsigned 4-byte/32-bit integer.
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_INT32: a signed 4-byte/32-bit integer.
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_UINT64: an unsigned 8-byte/64-bit integer.
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_INT64: a signed 8-byte/64-bit integer.
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_OBJECT: a #GObject.
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_STRINGV: a %NULL terminated char **. Since 2.22
*
* The data types for file attributes.
**/
typedef enum {
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_INVALID = 0,
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_STRING,
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_BYTE_STRING, /* zero terminated string of non-zero bytes */
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_BOOLEAN,
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_UINT32,
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_INT32,
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_UINT64,
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_INT64,
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_OBJECT,
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_STRINGV
} GFileAttributeType;
/**
* GFileAttributeInfoFlags:
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_INFO_NONE: no flags set.
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_INFO_COPY_WITH_FILE: copy the attribute values when the file is copied.
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_INFO_COPY_WHEN_MOVED: copy the attribute values when the file is moved.
*
* Flags specifying the behaviour of an attribute.
**/
typedef enum {
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_INFO_NONE = 0,
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_INFO_COPY_WITH_FILE = (1 << 0),
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_INFO_COPY_WHEN_MOVED = (1 << 1)
} GFileAttributeInfoFlags;
/**
* GFileAttributeStatus:
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_STATUS_UNSET: Attribute value is unset (empty).
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_STATUS_SET: Attribute value is set.
* @G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_STATUS_ERROR_SETTING: Indicates an error in setting the value.
*
* Used by g_file_set_attributes_from_info() when setting file attributes.
**/
typedef enum {
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_STATUS_UNSET = 0,
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_STATUS_SET,
G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_STATUS_ERROR_SETTING
} GFileAttributeStatus;
/**
* GFileQueryInfoFlags:
* @G_FILE_QUERY_INFO_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_FILE_QUERY_INFO_NOFOLLOW_SYMLINKS: Don't follow symlinks.
*
* Flags used when querying a #GFileInfo.
*/
typedef enum {
G_FILE_QUERY_INFO_NONE = 0,
G_FILE_QUERY_INFO_NOFOLLOW_SYMLINKS = (1 << 0) /*< nick=nofollow-symlinks >*/
} GFileQueryInfoFlags;
/**
* GFileCreateFlags:
* @G_FILE_CREATE_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_FILE_CREATE_PRIVATE: Create a file that can only be
* accessed by the current user.
* @G_FILE_CREATE_REPLACE_DESTINATION: Replace the destination
* as if it didn't exist before. Don't try to keep any old
* permissions, replace instead of following links. This
* is generally useful if you're doing a "copy over"
* rather than a "save new version of" replace operation.
* You can think of it as "unlink destination" before
* writing to it, although the implementation may not
* be exactly like that. This flag can only be used with
* g_file_replace() and its variants, including g_file_replace_contents().
* Since 2.20
*
* Flags used when an operation may create a file.
*/
typedef enum {
G_FILE_CREATE_NONE = 0,
G_FILE_CREATE_PRIVATE = (1 << 0),
G_FILE_CREATE_REPLACE_DESTINATION = (1 << 1)
} GFileCreateFlags;
/**
* GFileMeasureFlags:
* @G_FILE_MEASURE_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_FILE_MEASURE_REPORT_ANY_ERROR: Report any error encountered
* while traversing the directory tree. Normally errors are only
* reported for the toplevel file.
* @G_FILE_MEASURE_APPARENT_SIZE: Tally usage based on apparent file
* sizes. Normally, the block-size is used, if available, as this is a
* more accurate representation of disk space used.
* Compare with `du --apparent-size`.
* @G_FILE_MEASURE_NO_XDEV: Do not cross mount point boundaries.
* Compare with `du -x`.
*
* Flags that can be used with g_file_measure_disk_usage().
*
* Since: 2.38
**/
typedef enum {
G_FILE_MEASURE_NONE = 0,
G_FILE_MEASURE_REPORT_ANY_ERROR = (1 << 1),
G_FILE_MEASURE_APPARENT_SIZE = (1 << 2),
G_FILE_MEASURE_NO_XDEV = (1 << 3)
} GFileMeasureFlags;
/**
* GMountMountFlags:
* @G_MOUNT_MOUNT_NONE: No flags set.
*
* Flags used when mounting a mount.
*/
typedef enum /*< flags >*/ {
G_MOUNT_MOUNT_NONE = 0
} GMountMountFlags;
/**
* GMountUnmountFlags:
* @G_MOUNT_UNMOUNT_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_MOUNT_UNMOUNT_FORCE: Unmount even if there are outstanding
* file operations on the mount.
*
* Flags used when an unmounting a mount.
*/
typedef enum {
G_MOUNT_UNMOUNT_NONE = 0,
G_MOUNT_UNMOUNT_FORCE = (1 << 0)
} GMountUnmountFlags;
/**
* GDriveStartFlags:
* @G_DRIVE_START_NONE: No flags set.
*
* Flags used when starting a drive.
*
* Since: 2.22
*/
typedef enum /*< flags >*/ {
G_DRIVE_START_NONE = 0
} GDriveStartFlags;
/**
* GDriveStartStopType:
* @G_DRIVE_START_STOP_TYPE_UNKNOWN: Unknown or drive doesn't support
* start/stop.
* @G_DRIVE_START_STOP_TYPE_SHUTDOWN: The stop method will physically
* shut down the drive and e.g. power down the port the drive is
* attached to.
* @G_DRIVE_START_STOP_TYPE_NETWORK: The start/stop methods are used
* for connecting/disconnect to the drive over the network.
* @G_DRIVE_START_STOP_TYPE_MULTIDISK: The start/stop methods will
* assemble/disassemble a virtual drive from several physical
* drives.
* @G_DRIVE_START_STOP_TYPE_PASSWORD: The start/stop methods will
* unlock/lock the disk (for example using the ATA <quote>SECURITY
* UNLOCK DEVICE</quote> command)
*
* Enumeration describing how a drive can be started/stopped.
*
* Since: 2.22
*/
typedef enum {
G_DRIVE_START_STOP_TYPE_UNKNOWN,
G_DRIVE_START_STOP_TYPE_SHUTDOWN,
G_DRIVE_START_STOP_TYPE_NETWORK,
G_DRIVE_START_STOP_TYPE_MULTIDISK,
G_DRIVE_START_STOP_TYPE_PASSWORD
} GDriveStartStopType;
/**
* GFileCopyFlags:
* @G_FILE_COPY_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_FILE_COPY_OVERWRITE: Overwrite any existing files
* @G_FILE_COPY_BACKUP: Make a backup of any existing files.
* @G_FILE_COPY_NOFOLLOW_SYMLINKS: Don't follow symlinks.
* @G_FILE_COPY_ALL_METADATA: Copy all file metadata instead of just default set used for copy (see #GFileInfo).
* @G_FILE_COPY_NO_FALLBACK_FOR_MOVE: Don't use copy and delete fallback if native move not supported.
* @G_FILE_COPY_TARGET_DEFAULT_PERMS: Leaves target file with default perms, instead of setting the source file perms.
*
* Flags used when copying or moving files.
*/
typedef enum {
G_FILE_COPY_NONE = 0, /*< nick=none >*/
G_FILE_COPY_OVERWRITE = (1 << 0),
G_FILE_COPY_BACKUP = (1 << 1),
G_FILE_COPY_NOFOLLOW_SYMLINKS = (1 << 2),
G_FILE_COPY_ALL_METADATA = (1 << 3),
G_FILE_COPY_NO_FALLBACK_FOR_MOVE = (1 << 4),
G_FILE_COPY_TARGET_DEFAULT_PERMS = (1 << 5)
} GFileCopyFlags;
/**
* GFileMonitorFlags:
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_WATCH_MOUNTS: Watch for mount events.
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_SEND_MOVED: Pair DELETED and CREATED events caused
* by file renames (moves) and send a single G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_MOVED
* event instead (NB: not supported on all backends; the default
* behaviour -without specifying this flag- is to send single DELETED
* and CREATED events). Deprecated since 2.46: use
* %G_FILE_MONITOR_WATCH_MOVES instead.
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_WATCH_HARD_LINKS: Watch for changes to the file made
* via another hard link. Since 2.36.
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_WATCH_MOVES: Watch for rename operations on a
* monitored directory. This causes %G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_RENAMED,
* %G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_MOVED_IN and %G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_MOVED_OUT
* events to be emitted when possible. Since: 2.46.
*
* Flags used to set what a #GFileMonitor will watch for.
*/
typedef enum {
G_FILE_MONITOR_NONE = 0,
G_FILE_MONITOR_WATCH_MOUNTS = (1 << 0),
G_FILE_MONITOR_SEND_MOVED = (1 << 1),
G_FILE_MONITOR_WATCH_HARD_LINKS = (1 << 2),
G_FILE_MONITOR_WATCH_MOVES = (1 << 3)
} GFileMonitorFlags;
/**
* GFileType:
* @G_FILE_TYPE_UNKNOWN: File's type is unknown.
* @G_FILE_TYPE_REGULAR: File handle represents a regular file.
* @G_FILE_TYPE_DIRECTORY: File handle represents a directory.
* @G_FILE_TYPE_SYMBOLIC_LINK: File handle represents a symbolic link
* (Unix systems).
* @G_FILE_TYPE_SPECIAL: File is a "special" file, such as a socket, fifo,
* block device, or character device.
* @G_FILE_TYPE_SHORTCUT: File is a shortcut (Windows systems).
* @G_FILE_TYPE_MOUNTABLE: File is a mountable location.
*
* Indicates the file's on-disk type.
*
* On Windows systems a file will never have %G_FILE_TYPE_SYMBOLIC_LINK type;
* use #GFileInfo and %G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_STANDARD_IS_SYMLINK to determine
* whether a file is a symlink or not. This is due to the fact that NTFS does
* not have a single filesystem object type for symbolic links - it has
* files that symlink to files, and directories that symlink to directories.
* #GFileType enumeration cannot precisely represent this important distinction,
* which is why all Windows symlinks will continue to be reported as
* %G_FILE_TYPE_REGULAR or %G_FILE_TYPE_DIRECTORY.
**/
typedef enum {
G_FILE_TYPE_UNKNOWN = 0,
G_FILE_TYPE_REGULAR,
G_FILE_TYPE_DIRECTORY,
G_FILE_TYPE_SYMBOLIC_LINK,
G_FILE_TYPE_SPECIAL, /* socket, fifo, blockdev, chardev */
G_FILE_TYPE_SHORTCUT,
G_FILE_TYPE_MOUNTABLE
} GFileType;
/**
* GFilesystemPreviewType:
* @G_FILESYSTEM_PREVIEW_TYPE_IF_ALWAYS: Only preview files if user has explicitly requested it.
* @G_FILESYSTEM_PREVIEW_TYPE_IF_LOCAL: Preview files if user has requested preview of "local" files.
* @G_FILESYSTEM_PREVIEW_TYPE_NEVER: Never preview files.
*
* Indicates a hint from the file system whether files should be
* previewed in a file manager. Returned as the value of the key
* #G_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_FILESYSTEM_USE_PREVIEW.
**/
typedef enum {
G_FILESYSTEM_PREVIEW_TYPE_IF_ALWAYS = 0,
G_FILESYSTEM_PREVIEW_TYPE_IF_LOCAL,
G_FILESYSTEM_PREVIEW_TYPE_NEVER
} GFilesystemPreviewType;
/**
* GFileMonitorEvent:
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_CHANGED: a file changed.
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_CHANGES_DONE_HINT: a hint that this was probably the last change in a set of changes.
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_DELETED: a file was deleted.
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_CREATED: a file was created.
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_ATTRIBUTE_CHANGED: a file attribute was changed.
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_PRE_UNMOUNT: the file location will soon be unmounted.
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_UNMOUNTED: the file location was unmounted.
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_MOVED: the file was moved -- only sent if the
* (deprecated) %G_FILE_MONITOR_SEND_MOVED flag is set
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_RENAMED: the file was renamed within the
* current directory -- only sent if the %G_FILE_MONITOR_WATCH_MOVES
* flag is set. Since: 2.46.
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_MOVED_IN: the file was moved into the
* monitored directory from another location -- only sent if the
* %G_FILE_MONITOR_WATCH_MOVES flag is set. Since: 2.46.
* @G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_MOVED_OUT: the file was moved out of the
* monitored directory to another location -- only sent if the
* %G_FILE_MONITOR_WATCH_MOVES flag is set. Since: 2.46
*
* Specifies what type of event a monitor event is.
**/
typedef enum {
G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_CHANGED,
G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_CHANGES_DONE_HINT,
G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_DELETED,
G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_CREATED,
G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_ATTRIBUTE_CHANGED,
G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_PRE_UNMOUNT,
G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_UNMOUNTED,
G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_MOVED,
G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_RENAMED,
G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_MOVED_IN,
G_FILE_MONITOR_EVENT_MOVED_OUT
} GFileMonitorEvent;
/* This enumeration conflicts with GIOError in giochannel.h. However,
* that is only used as a return value in some deprecated functions.
* So, we reuse the same prefix for the enumeration values, but call
* the actual enumeration (which is rarely used) GIOErrorEnum.
*/
/**
* GIOErrorEnum:
* @G_IO_ERROR_FAILED: Generic error condition for when an operation fails
* and no more specific #GIOErrorEnum value is defined.
* @G_IO_ERROR_NOT_FOUND: File not found.
* @G_IO_ERROR_EXISTS: File already exists.
* @G_IO_ERROR_IS_DIRECTORY: File is a directory.
* @G_IO_ERROR_NOT_DIRECTORY: File is not a directory.
* @G_IO_ERROR_NOT_EMPTY: File is a directory that isn't empty.
* @G_IO_ERROR_NOT_REGULAR_FILE: File is not a regular file.
* @G_IO_ERROR_NOT_SYMBOLIC_LINK: File is not a symbolic link.
* @G_IO_ERROR_NOT_MOUNTABLE_FILE: File cannot be mounted.
* @G_IO_ERROR_FILENAME_TOO_LONG: Filename is too many characters.
* @G_IO_ERROR_INVALID_FILENAME: Filename is invalid or contains invalid characters.
* @G_IO_ERROR_TOO_MANY_LINKS: File contains too many symbolic links.
* @G_IO_ERROR_NO_SPACE: No space left on drive.
* @G_IO_ERROR_INVALID_ARGUMENT: Invalid argument.
* @G_IO_ERROR_PERMISSION_DENIED: Permission denied.
* @G_IO_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED: Operation (or one of its parameters) not supported
* @G_IO_ERROR_NOT_MOUNTED: File isn't mounted.
* @G_IO_ERROR_ALREADY_MOUNTED: File is already mounted.
* @G_IO_ERROR_CLOSED: File was closed.
* @G_IO_ERROR_CANCELLED: Operation was cancelled. See #GCancellable.
* @G_IO_ERROR_PENDING: Operations are still pending.
* @G_IO_ERROR_READ_ONLY: File is read only.
* @G_IO_ERROR_CANT_CREATE_BACKUP: Backup couldn't be created.
* @G_IO_ERROR_WRONG_ETAG: File's Entity Tag was incorrect.
* @G_IO_ERROR_TIMED_OUT: Operation timed out.
* @G_IO_ERROR_WOULD_RECURSE: Operation would be recursive.
* @G_IO_ERROR_BUSY: File is busy.
* @G_IO_ERROR_WOULD_BLOCK: Operation would block.
* @G_IO_ERROR_HOST_NOT_FOUND: Host couldn't be found (remote operations).
* @G_IO_ERROR_WOULD_MERGE: Operation would merge files.
* @G_IO_ERROR_FAILED_HANDLED: Operation failed and a helper program has
* already interacted with the user. Do not display any error dialog.
* @G_IO_ERROR_TOO_MANY_OPEN_FILES: The current process has too many files
* open and can't open any more. Duplicate descriptors do count toward
* this limit. Since 2.20
* @G_IO_ERROR_NOT_INITIALIZED: The object has not been initialized. Since 2.22
* @G_IO_ERROR_ADDRESS_IN_USE: The requested address is already in use. Since 2.22
* @G_IO_ERROR_PARTIAL_INPUT: Need more input to finish operation. Since 2.24
* @G_IO_ERROR_INVALID_DATA: The input data was invalid. Since 2.24
* @G_IO_ERROR_DBUS_ERROR: A remote object generated an error that
* doesn't correspond to a locally registered #GError error
* domain. Use g_dbus_error_get_remote_error() to extract the D-Bus
* error name and g_dbus_error_strip_remote_error() to fix up the
* message so it matches what was received on the wire. Since 2.26.
* @G_IO_ERROR_HOST_UNREACHABLE: Host unreachable. Since 2.26
* @G_IO_ERROR_NETWORK_UNREACHABLE: Network unreachable. Since 2.26
* @G_IO_ERROR_CONNECTION_REFUSED: Connection refused. Since 2.26
* @G_IO_ERROR_PROXY_FAILED: Connection to proxy server failed. Since 2.26
* @G_IO_ERROR_PROXY_AUTH_FAILED: Proxy authentication failed. Since 2.26
* @G_IO_ERROR_PROXY_NEED_AUTH: Proxy server needs authentication. Since 2.26
* @G_IO_ERROR_PROXY_NOT_ALLOWED: Proxy connection is not allowed by ruleset.
* Since 2.26
* @G_IO_ERROR_BROKEN_PIPE: Broken pipe. Since 2.36
* @G_IO_ERROR_CONNECTION_CLOSED: Connection closed by peer. Note that this
* is the same code as %G_IO_ERROR_BROKEN_PIPE; before 2.44 some
* "connection closed" errors returned %G_IO_ERROR_BROKEN_PIPE, but others
* returned %G_IO_ERROR_FAILED. Now they should all return the same
* value, which has this more logical name. Since 2.44.
* @G_IO_ERROR_NOT_CONNECTED: Transport endpoint is not connected. Since 2.44
* @G_IO_ERROR_MESSAGE_TOO_LARGE: Message too large. Since 2.48.
*
* Error codes returned by GIO functions.
*
* Note that this domain may be extended in future GLib releases. In
* general, new error codes either only apply to new APIs, or else
* replace %G_IO_ERROR_FAILED in cases that were not explicitly
* distinguished before. You should therefore avoid writing code like
* |[<!-- language="C" -->
* if (g_error_matches (error, G_IO_ERROR, G_IO_ERROR_FAILED))
* {
* // Assume that this is EPRINTERONFIRE
* ...
* }
* ]|
* but should instead treat all unrecognized error codes the same as
* #G_IO_ERROR_FAILED.
*
* See also #GPollableReturn for a cheaper way of returning
* %G_IO_ERROR_WOULD_BLOCK to callers without allocating a #GError.
**/
typedef enum {
G_IO_ERROR_FAILED,
G_IO_ERROR_NOT_FOUND,
G_IO_ERROR_EXISTS,
G_IO_ERROR_IS_DIRECTORY,
G_IO_ERROR_NOT_DIRECTORY,
G_IO_ERROR_NOT_EMPTY,
G_IO_ERROR_NOT_REGULAR_FILE,
G_IO_ERROR_NOT_SYMBOLIC_LINK,
G_IO_ERROR_NOT_MOUNTABLE_FILE,
G_IO_ERROR_FILENAME_TOO_LONG,
G_IO_ERROR_INVALID_FILENAME,
G_IO_ERROR_TOO_MANY_LINKS,
G_IO_ERROR_NO_SPACE,
G_IO_ERROR_INVALID_ARGUMENT,
G_IO_ERROR_PERMISSION_DENIED,
G_IO_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED,
G_IO_ERROR_NOT_MOUNTED,
G_IO_ERROR_ALREADY_MOUNTED,
G_IO_ERROR_CLOSED,
G_IO_ERROR_CANCELLED,
G_IO_ERROR_PENDING,
G_IO_ERROR_READ_ONLY,
G_IO_ERROR_CANT_CREATE_BACKUP,
G_IO_ERROR_WRONG_ETAG,
G_IO_ERROR_TIMED_OUT,
G_IO_ERROR_WOULD_RECURSE,
G_IO_ERROR_BUSY,
G_IO_ERROR_WOULD_BLOCK,
G_IO_ERROR_HOST_NOT_FOUND,
G_IO_ERROR_WOULD_MERGE,
G_IO_ERROR_FAILED_HANDLED,
G_IO_ERROR_TOO_MANY_OPEN_FILES,
G_IO_ERROR_NOT_INITIALIZED,
G_IO_ERROR_ADDRESS_IN_USE,
G_IO_ERROR_PARTIAL_INPUT,
G_IO_ERROR_INVALID_DATA,
G_IO_ERROR_DBUS_ERROR,
G_IO_ERROR_HOST_UNREACHABLE,
G_IO_ERROR_NETWORK_UNREACHABLE,
G_IO_ERROR_CONNECTION_REFUSED,
G_IO_ERROR_PROXY_FAILED,
G_IO_ERROR_PROXY_AUTH_FAILED,
G_IO_ERROR_PROXY_NEED_AUTH,
G_IO_ERROR_PROXY_NOT_ALLOWED,
G_IO_ERROR_BROKEN_PIPE,
G_IO_ERROR_CONNECTION_CLOSED = G_IO_ERROR_BROKEN_PIPE,
G_IO_ERROR_NOT_CONNECTED,
G_IO_ERROR_MESSAGE_TOO_LARGE
} GIOErrorEnum;
/**
* GAskPasswordFlags:
* @G_ASK_PASSWORD_NEED_PASSWORD: operation requires a password.
* @G_ASK_PASSWORD_NEED_USERNAME: operation requires a username.
* @G_ASK_PASSWORD_NEED_DOMAIN: operation requires a domain.
* @G_ASK_PASSWORD_SAVING_SUPPORTED: operation supports saving settings.
* @G_ASK_PASSWORD_ANONYMOUS_SUPPORTED: operation supports anonymous users.
* @G_ASK_PASSWORD_TCRYPT: operation takes TCRYPT parameters (Since: 2.58)
*
* #GAskPasswordFlags are used to request specific information from the
* user, or to notify the user of their choices in an authentication
* situation.
**/
typedef enum {
G_ASK_PASSWORD_NEED_PASSWORD = (1 << 0),
G_ASK_PASSWORD_NEED_USERNAME = (1 << 1),
G_ASK_PASSWORD_NEED_DOMAIN = (1 << 2),
G_ASK_PASSWORD_SAVING_SUPPORTED = (1 << 3),
G_ASK_PASSWORD_ANONYMOUS_SUPPORTED = (1 << 4),
G_ASK_PASSWORD_TCRYPT = (1 << 5),
} GAskPasswordFlags;
/**
* GPasswordSave:
* @G_PASSWORD_SAVE_NEVER: never save a password.
* @G_PASSWORD_SAVE_FOR_SESSION: save a password for the session.
* @G_PASSWORD_SAVE_PERMANENTLY: save a password permanently.
*
* #GPasswordSave is used to indicate the lifespan of a saved password.
*
* #Gvfs stores passwords in the Gnome keyring when this flag allows it
* to, and later retrieves it again from there.
**/
typedef enum {
G_PASSWORD_SAVE_NEVER,
G_PASSWORD_SAVE_FOR_SESSION,
G_PASSWORD_SAVE_PERMANENTLY
} GPasswordSave;
/**
* GMountOperationResult:
* @G_MOUNT_OPERATION_HANDLED: The request was fulfilled and the
* user specified data is now available
* @G_MOUNT_OPERATION_ABORTED: The user requested the mount operation
* to be aborted
* @G_MOUNT_OPERATION_UNHANDLED: The request was unhandled (i.e. not
* implemented)
*
* #GMountOperationResult is returned as a result when a request for
* information is send by the mounting operation.
**/
typedef enum {
G_MOUNT_OPERATION_HANDLED,
G_MOUNT_OPERATION_ABORTED,
G_MOUNT_OPERATION_UNHANDLED
} GMountOperationResult;
/**
* GOutputStreamSpliceFlags:
* @G_OUTPUT_STREAM_SPLICE_NONE: Do not close either stream.
* @G_OUTPUT_STREAM_SPLICE_CLOSE_SOURCE: Close the source stream after
* the splice.
* @G_OUTPUT_STREAM_SPLICE_CLOSE_TARGET: Close the target stream after
* the splice.
*
* GOutputStreamSpliceFlags determine how streams should be spliced.
**/
typedef enum {
G_OUTPUT_STREAM_SPLICE_NONE = 0,
G_OUTPUT_STREAM_SPLICE_CLOSE_SOURCE = (1 << 0),
G_OUTPUT_STREAM_SPLICE_CLOSE_TARGET = (1 << 1)
} GOutputStreamSpliceFlags;
/**
* GIOStreamSpliceFlags:
* @G_IO_STREAM_SPLICE_NONE: Do not close either stream.
* @G_IO_STREAM_SPLICE_CLOSE_STREAM1: Close the first stream after
* the splice.
* @G_IO_STREAM_SPLICE_CLOSE_STREAM2: Close the second stream after
* the splice.
* @G_IO_STREAM_SPLICE_WAIT_FOR_BOTH: Wait for both splice operations to finish
* before calling the callback.
*
* GIOStreamSpliceFlags determine how streams should be spliced.
*
* Since: 2.28
**/
typedef enum {
G_IO_STREAM_SPLICE_NONE = 0,
G_IO_STREAM_SPLICE_CLOSE_STREAM1 = (1 << 0),
G_IO_STREAM_SPLICE_CLOSE_STREAM2 = (1 << 1),
G_IO_STREAM_SPLICE_WAIT_FOR_BOTH = (1 << 2)
} GIOStreamSpliceFlags;
/**
* GEmblemOrigin:
* @G_EMBLEM_ORIGIN_UNKNOWN: Emblem of unknown origin
* @G_EMBLEM_ORIGIN_DEVICE: Emblem adds device-specific information
* @G_EMBLEM_ORIGIN_LIVEMETADATA: Emblem depicts live metadata, such as "readonly"
* @G_EMBLEM_ORIGIN_TAG: Emblem comes from a user-defined tag, e.g. set by nautilus (in the future)
*
* GEmblemOrigin is used to add information about the origin of the emblem
* to #GEmblem.
*
* Since: 2.18
*/
typedef enum {
G_EMBLEM_ORIGIN_UNKNOWN,
G_EMBLEM_ORIGIN_DEVICE,
G_EMBLEM_ORIGIN_LIVEMETADATA,
G_EMBLEM_ORIGIN_TAG
} GEmblemOrigin;
/**
* GResolverError:
* @G_RESOLVER_ERROR_NOT_FOUND: the requested name/address/service was not
* found
* @G_RESOLVER_ERROR_TEMPORARY_FAILURE: the requested information could not
* be looked up due to a network error or similar problem
* @G_RESOLVER_ERROR_INTERNAL: unknown error
*
* An error code used with %G_RESOLVER_ERROR in a #GError returned
* from a #GResolver routine.
*
* Since: 2.22
*/
typedef enum {
G_RESOLVER_ERROR_NOT_FOUND,
G_RESOLVER_ERROR_TEMPORARY_FAILURE,
G_RESOLVER_ERROR_INTERNAL
} GResolverError;
/**
* GResolverRecordType:
* @G_RESOLVER_RECORD_SRV: look up DNS SRV records for a domain
* @G_RESOLVER_RECORD_MX: look up DNS MX records for a domain
* @G_RESOLVER_RECORD_TXT: look up DNS TXT records for a name
* @G_RESOLVER_RECORD_SOA: look up DNS SOA records for a zone
* @G_RESOLVER_RECORD_NS: look up DNS NS records for a domain
*
* The type of record that g_resolver_lookup_records() or
* g_resolver_lookup_records_async() should retrieve. The records are returned
* as lists of #GVariant tuples. Each record type has different values in
* the variant tuples returned.
*
* %G_RESOLVER_RECORD_SRV records are returned as variants with the signature
* `(qqqs)`, containing a `guint16` with the priority, a `guint16` with the
* weight, a `guint16` with the port, and a string of the hostname.
*
* %G_RESOLVER_RECORD_MX records are returned as variants with the signature
* `(qs)`, representing a `guint16` with the preference, and a string containing
* the mail exchanger hostname.
*
* %G_RESOLVER_RECORD_TXT records are returned as variants with the signature
* `(as)`, representing an array of the strings in the text record. Note: Most TXT
* records only contain a single string, but
* [RFC 1035](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1035#section-3.3.14) does allow a
* record to contain multiple strings. The RFC which defines the interpretation
* of a specific TXT record will likely require concatenation of multiple
* strings if they are present, as with
* [RFC 7208](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7208#section-3.3).
*
* %G_RESOLVER_RECORD_SOA records are returned as variants with the signature
* `(ssuuuuu)`, representing a string containing the primary name server, a
* string containing the administrator, the serial as a `guint32`, the refresh
* interval as a `guint32`, the retry interval as a `guint32`, the expire timeout
* as a `guint32`, and the TTL as a `guint32`.
*
* %G_RESOLVER_RECORD_NS records are returned as variants with the signature
* `(s)`, representing a string of the hostname of the name server.
*
* Since: 2.34
*/
typedef enum {
G_RESOLVER_RECORD_SRV = 1,
G_RESOLVER_RECORD_MX,
G_RESOLVER_RECORD_TXT,
G_RESOLVER_RECORD_SOA,
G_RESOLVER_RECORD_NS
} GResolverRecordType;
/**
* GResourceError:
* @G_RESOURCE_ERROR_NOT_FOUND: no file was found at the requested path
* @G_RESOURCE_ERROR_INTERNAL: unknown error
*
* An error code used with %G_RESOURCE_ERROR in a #GError returned
* from a #GResource routine.
*
* Since: 2.32
*/
typedef enum {
G_RESOURCE_ERROR_NOT_FOUND,
G_RESOURCE_ERROR_INTERNAL
} GResourceError;
/**
* GResourceFlags:
* @G_RESOURCE_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_RESOURCE_FLAGS_COMPRESSED: The file is compressed.
*
* GResourceFlags give information about a particular file inside a resource
* bundle.
*
* Since: 2.32
**/
typedef enum {
G_RESOURCE_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_RESOURCE_FLAGS_COMPRESSED = (1<<0)
} GResourceFlags;
/**
* GResourceLookupFlags:
* @G_RESOURCE_LOOKUP_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
*
* GResourceLookupFlags determine how resource path lookups are handled.
*
* Since: 2.32
**/
typedef enum /*< flags >*/ {
G_RESOURCE_LOOKUP_FLAGS_NONE = 0
} GResourceLookupFlags;
/**
* GSocketFamily:
* @G_SOCKET_FAMILY_INVALID: no address family
* @G_SOCKET_FAMILY_IPV4: the IPv4 family
* @G_SOCKET_FAMILY_IPV6: the IPv6 family
* @G_SOCKET_FAMILY_UNIX: the UNIX domain family
*
* The protocol family of a #GSocketAddress. (These values are
* identical to the system defines %AF_INET, %AF_INET6 and %AF_UNIX,
* if available.)
*
* Since: 2.22
*/
typedef enum {
G_SOCKET_FAMILY_INVALID,
G_SOCKET_FAMILY_UNIX = GLIB_SYSDEF_AF_UNIX,
G_SOCKET_FAMILY_IPV4 = GLIB_SYSDEF_AF_INET,
G_SOCKET_FAMILY_IPV6 = GLIB_SYSDEF_AF_INET6
} GSocketFamily;
/**
* GSocketType:
* @G_SOCKET_TYPE_INVALID: Type unknown or wrong
* @G_SOCKET_TYPE_STREAM: Reliable connection-based byte streams (e.g. TCP).
* @G_SOCKET_TYPE_DATAGRAM: Connectionless, unreliable datagram passing.
* (e.g. UDP)
* @G_SOCKET_TYPE_SEQPACKET: Reliable connection-based passing of datagrams
* of fixed maximum length (e.g. SCTP).
*
* Flags used when creating a #GSocket. Some protocols may not implement
* all the socket types.
*
* Since: 2.22
*/
typedef enum
{
G_SOCKET_TYPE_INVALID,
G_SOCKET_TYPE_STREAM,
G_SOCKET_TYPE_DATAGRAM,
G_SOCKET_TYPE_SEQPACKET
} GSocketType;
/**
* GSocketMsgFlags:
* @G_SOCKET_MSG_NONE: No flags.
* @G_SOCKET_MSG_OOB: Request to send/receive out of band data.
* @G_SOCKET_MSG_PEEK: Read data from the socket without removing it from
* the queue.
* @G_SOCKET_MSG_DONTROUTE: Don't use a gateway to send out the packet,
* only send to hosts on directly connected networks.
*
* Flags used in g_socket_receive_message() and g_socket_send_message().
* The flags listed in the enum are some commonly available flags, but the
* values used for them are the same as on the platform, and any other flags
* are passed in/out as is. So to use a platform specific flag, just include
* the right system header and pass in the flag.
*
* Since: 2.22
*/
typedef enum /*< flags >*/
{
G_SOCKET_MSG_NONE,
G_SOCKET_MSG_OOB = GLIB_SYSDEF_MSG_OOB,
G_SOCKET_MSG_PEEK = GLIB_SYSDEF_MSG_PEEK,
G_SOCKET_MSG_DONTROUTE = GLIB_SYSDEF_MSG_DONTROUTE
} GSocketMsgFlags;
/**
* GSocketProtocol:
* @G_SOCKET_PROTOCOL_UNKNOWN: The protocol type is unknown
* @G_SOCKET_PROTOCOL_DEFAULT: The default protocol for the family/type
* @G_SOCKET_PROTOCOL_TCP: TCP over IP
* @G_SOCKET_PROTOCOL_UDP: UDP over IP
* @G_SOCKET_PROTOCOL_SCTP: SCTP over IP
*
* A protocol identifier is specified when creating a #GSocket, which is a
* family/type specific identifier, where 0 means the default protocol for
* the particular family/type.
*
* This enum contains a set of commonly available and used protocols. You
* can also pass any other identifiers handled by the platform in order to
* use protocols not listed here.
*
* Since: 2.22
*/
typedef enum {
G_SOCKET_PROTOCOL_UNKNOWN = -1,
G_SOCKET_PROTOCOL_DEFAULT = 0,
G_SOCKET_PROTOCOL_TCP = 6,
G_SOCKET_PROTOCOL_UDP = 17,
G_SOCKET_PROTOCOL_SCTP = 132
} GSocketProtocol;
/**
* GZlibCompressorFormat:
* @G_ZLIB_COMPRESSOR_FORMAT_ZLIB: deflate compression with zlib header
* @G_ZLIB_COMPRESSOR_FORMAT_GZIP: gzip file format
* @G_ZLIB_COMPRESSOR_FORMAT_RAW: deflate compression with no header
*
* Used to select the type of data format to use for #GZlibDecompressor
* and #GZlibCompressor.
*
* Since: 2.24
*/
typedef enum {
G_ZLIB_COMPRESSOR_FORMAT_ZLIB,
G_ZLIB_COMPRESSOR_FORMAT_GZIP,
G_ZLIB_COMPRESSOR_FORMAT_RAW
} GZlibCompressorFormat;
/**
* GUnixSocketAddressType:
* @G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_INVALID: invalid
* @G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_ANONYMOUS: anonymous
* @G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_PATH: a filesystem path
* @G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_ABSTRACT: an abstract name
* @G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_ABSTRACT_PADDED: an abstract name, 0-padded
* to the full length of a unix socket name
*
* The type of name used by a #GUnixSocketAddress.
* %G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_PATH indicates a traditional unix domain
* socket bound to a filesystem path. %G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_ANONYMOUS
* indicates a socket not bound to any name (eg, a client-side socket,
* or a socket created with socketpair()).
*
* For abstract sockets, there are two incompatible ways of naming
* them; the man pages suggest using the entire `struct sockaddr_un`
* as the name, padding the unused parts of the %sun_path field with
* zeroes; this corresponds to %G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_ABSTRACT_PADDED.
* However, many programs instead just use a portion of %sun_path, and
* pass an appropriate smaller length to bind() or connect(). This is
* %G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_ABSTRACT.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum {
G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_INVALID,
G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_ANONYMOUS,
G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_PATH,
G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_ABSTRACT,
G_UNIX_SOCKET_ADDRESS_ABSTRACT_PADDED
} GUnixSocketAddressType;
/**
* GBusType:
* @G_BUS_TYPE_STARTER: An alias for the message bus that activated the process, if any.
* @G_BUS_TYPE_NONE: Not a message bus.
* @G_BUS_TYPE_SYSTEM: The system-wide message bus.
* @G_BUS_TYPE_SESSION: The login session message bus.
*
* An enumeration for well-known message buses.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum
{
G_BUS_TYPE_STARTER = -1,
G_BUS_TYPE_NONE = 0,
G_BUS_TYPE_SYSTEM = 1,
G_BUS_TYPE_SESSION = 2
} GBusType;
/**
* GBusNameOwnerFlags:
* @G_BUS_NAME_OWNER_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_BUS_NAME_OWNER_FLAGS_ALLOW_REPLACEMENT: Allow another message bus connection to claim the name.
* @G_BUS_NAME_OWNER_FLAGS_REPLACE: If another message bus connection owns the name and have
* specified #G_BUS_NAME_OWNER_FLAGS_ALLOW_REPLACEMENT, then take the name from the other connection.
* @G_BUS_NAME_OWNER_FLAGS_DO_NOT_QUEUE: If another message bus connection owns the name, immediately
* return an error from g_bus_own_name() rather than entering the waiting queue for that name. (Since 2.54)
*
* Flags used in g_bus_own_name().
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum
{
G_BUS_NAME_OWNER_FLAGS_NONE = 0, /*< nick=none >*/
G_BUS_NAME_OWNER_FLAGS_ALLOW_REPLACEMENT = (1<<0), /*< nick=allow-replacement >*/
G_BUS_NAME_OWNER_FLAGS_REPLACE = (1<<1), /*< nick=replace >*/
G_BUS_NAME_OWNER_FLAGS_DO_NOT_QUEUE = (1<<2) /*< nick=do-not-queue >*/
} GBusNameOwnerFlags;
/* When adding new flags, their numeric values must currently match those
* used in the D-Bus Specification. */
/**
* GBusNameWatcherFlags:
* @G_BUS_NAME_WATCHER_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_BUS_NAME_WATCHER_FLAGS_AUTO_START: If no-one owns the name when
* beginning to watch the name, ask the bus to launch an owner for the
* name.
*
* Flags used in g_bus_watch_name().
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum
{
G_BUS_NAME_WATCHER_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_BUS_NAME_WATCHER_FLAGS_AUTO_START = (1<<0)
} GBusNameWatcherFlags;
/**
* GDBusProxyFlags:
* @G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_DO_NOT_LOAD_PROPERTIES: Don't load properties.
* @G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_DO_NOT_CONNECT_SIGNALS: Don't connect to signals on the remote object.
* @G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_DO_NOT_AUTO_START: If the proxy is for a well-known name,
* do not ask the bus to launch an owner during proxy initialization or a method call.
* This flag is only meaningful in proxies for well-known names.
* @G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_GET_INVALIDATED_PROPERTIES: If set, the property value for any __invalidated property__ will be (asynchronously) retrieved upon receiving the [`PropertiesChanged`](http://dbus.freedesktop.org/doc/dbus-specification.html#standard-interfaces-properties) D-Bus signal and the property will not cause emission of the #GDBusProxy::g-properties-changed signal. When the value is received the #GDBusProxy::g-properties-changed signal is emitted for the property along with the retrieved value. Since 2.32.
* @G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_DO_NOT_AUTO_START_AT_CONSTRUCTION: If the proxy is for a well-known name,
* do not ask the bus to launch an owner during proxy initialization, but allow it to be
* autostarted by a method call. This flag is only meaningful in proxies for well-known names,
* and only if %G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_DO_NOT_AUTO_START is not also specified.
* @G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_NO_MATCH_RULE: Don't actually send the AddMatch D-Bus
* call for this signal subscription. This gives you more control
* over which match rules you add (but you must add them manually). (Since: 2.70)
*
* Flags used when constructing an instance of a #GDBusProxy derived class.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum
{
G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_DO_NOT_LOAD_PROPERTIES = (1<<0),
G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_DO_NOT_CONNECT_SIGNALS = (1<<1),
G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_DO_NOT_AUTO_START = (1<<2),
G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_GET_INVALIDATED_PROPERTIES = (1<<3),
G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_DO_NOT_AUTO_START_AT_CONSTRUCTION = (1<<4),
G_DBUS_PROXY_FLAGS_NO_MATCH_RULE GLIB_AVAILABLE_ENUMERATOR_IN_2_70 = (1<<5)
} GDBusProxyFlags;
/**
* GDBusError:
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_FAILED:
* A generic error; "something went wrong" - see the error message for
* more.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_MEMORY:
* There was not enough memory to complete an operation.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SERVICE_UNKNOWN:
* The bus doesn't know how to launch a service to supply the bus name
* you wanted.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_NAME_HAS_NO_OWNER:
* The bus name you referenced doesn't exist (i.e. no application owns
* it).
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_REPLY:
* No reply to a message expecting one, usually means a timeout occurred.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_IO_ERROR:
* Something went wrong reading or writing to a socket, for example.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_BAD_ADDRESS:
* A D-Bus bus address was malformed.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED:
* Requested operation isn't supported (like ENOSYS on UNIX).
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_LIMITS_EXCEEDED:
* Some limited resource is exhausted.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED:
* Security restrictions don't allow doing what you're trying to do.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_AUTH_FAILED:
* Authentication didn't work.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_SERVER:
* Unable to connect to server (probably caused by ECONNREFUSED on a
* socket).
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_TIMEOUT:
* Certain timeout errors, possibly ETIMEDOUT on a socket. Note that
* %G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_REPLY is used for message reply timeouts. Warning:
* this is confusingly-named given that %G_DBUS_ERROR_TIMED_OUT also
* exists. We can't fix it for compatibility reasons so just be
* careful.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_NETWORK:
* No network access (probably ENETUNREACH on a socket).
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_ADDRESS_IN_USE:
* Can't bind a socket since its address is in use (i.e. EADDRINUSE).
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_DISCONNECTED:
* The connection is disconnected and you're trying to use it.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_INVALID_ARGS:
* Invalid arguments passed to a method call.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND:
* Missing file.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_FILE_EXISTS:
* Existing file and the operation you're using does not silently overwrite.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_METHOD:
* Method name you invoked isn't known by the object you invoked it on.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_OBJECT:
* Object you invoked a method on isn't known. Since 2.42
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_INTERFACE:
* Interface you invoked a method on isn't known by the object. Since 2.42
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_PROPERTY:
* Property you tried to access isn't known by the object. Since 2.42
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_PROPERTY_READ_ONLY:
* Property you tried to set is read-only. Since 2.42
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_TIMED_OUT:
* Certain timeout errors, e.g. while starting a service. Warning: this is
* confusingly-named given that %G_DBUS_ERROR_TIMEOUT also exists. We
* can't fix it for compatibility reasons so just be careful.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_MATCH_RULE_NOT_FOUND:
* Tried to remove or modify a match rule that didn't exist.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_MATCH_RULE_INVALID:
* The match rule isn't syntactically valid.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_EXEC_FAILED:
* While starting a new process, the exec() call failed.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_FORK_FAILED:
* While starting a new process, the fork() call failed.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_CHILD_EXITED:
* While starting a new process, the child exited with a status code.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_CHILD_SIGNALED:
* While starting a new process, the child exited on a signal.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_FAILED:
* While starting a new process, something went wrong.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_SETUP_FAILED:
* We failed to setup the environment correctly.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_CONFIG_INVALID:
* We failed to setup the config parser correctly.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_SERVICE_INVALID:
* Bus name was not valid.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_SERVICE_NOT_FOUND:
* Service file not found in system-services directory.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_PERMISSIONS_INVALID:
* Permissions are incorrect on the setuid helper.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_FILE_INVALID:
* Service file invalid (Name, User or Exec missing).
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_NO_MEMORY:
* Tried to get a UNIX process ID and it wasn't available.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_UNIX_PROCESS_ID_UNKNOWN:
* Tried to get a UNIX process ID and it wasn't available.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_INVALID_SIGNATURE:
* A type signature is not valid.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_INVALID_FILE_CONTENT:
* A file contains invalid syntax or is otherwise broken.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_SELINUX_SECURITY_CONTEXT_UNKNOWN:
* Asked for SELinux security context and it wasn't available.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_ADT_AUDIT_DATA_UNKNOWN:
* Asked for ADT audit data and it wasn't available.
* @G_DBUS_ERROR_OBJECT_PATH_IN_USE:
* There's already an object with the requested object path.
*
* Error codes for the %G_DBUS_ERROR error domain.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum
{
/* Well-known errors in the org.freedesktop.DBus.Error namespace */
G_DBUS_ERROR_FAILED, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Failed */
G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_MEMORY, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoMemory */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SERVICE_UNKNOWN, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown */
G_DBUS_ERROR_NAME_HAS_NO_OWNER, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NameHasNoOwner */
G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_REPLY, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply */
G_DBUS_ERROR_IO_ERROR, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.IOError */
G_DBUS_ERROR_BAD_ADDRESS, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.BadAddress */
G_DBUS_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NotSupported */
G_DBUS_ERROR_LIMITS_EXCEEDED, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.LimitsExceeded */
G_DBUS_ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.AccessDenied */
G_DBUS_ERROR_AUTH_FAILED, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.AuthFailed */
G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_SERVER, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoServer */
G_DBUS_ERROR_TIMEOUT, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Timeout */
G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_NETWORK, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoNetwork */
G_DBUS_ERROR_ADDRESS_IN_USE, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.AddressInUse */
G_DBUS_ERROR_DISCONNECTED, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Disconnected */
G_DBUS_ERROR_INVALID_ARGS, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.InvalidArgs */
G_DBUS_ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.FileNotFound */
G_DBUS_ERROR_FILE_EXISTS, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.FileExists */
G_DBUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_METHOD, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.UnknownMethod */
G_DBUS_ERROR_TIMED_OUT, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.TimedOut */
G_DBUS_ERROR_MATCH_RULE_NOT_FOUND, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.MatchRuleNotFound */
G_DBUS_ERROR_MATCH_RULE_INVALID, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.MatchRuleInvalid */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_EXEC_FAILED, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.ExecFailed */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_FORK_FAILED, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.ForkFailed */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_CHILD_EXITED, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.ChildExited */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_CHILD_SIGNALED, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.ChildSignaled */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_FAILED, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.Failed */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_SETUP_FAILED, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.FailedToSetup */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_CONFIG_INVALID, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.ConfigInvalid */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_SERVICE_INVALID, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.ServiceNotValid */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_SERVICE_NOT_FOUND, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.ServiceNotFound */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_PERMISSIONS_INVALID, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.PermissionsInvalid */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_FILE_INVALID, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.FileInvalid */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_NO_MEMORY, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.NoMemory */
G_DBUS_ERROR_UNIX_PROCESS_ID_UNKNOWN, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.UnixProcessIdUnknown */
G_DBUS_ERROR_INVALID_SIGNATURE, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.InvalidSignature */
G_DBUS_ERROR_INVALID_FILE_CONTENT, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.InvalidFileContent */
G_DBUS_ERROR_SELINUX_SECURITY_CONTEXT_UNKNOWN, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.SELinuxSecurityContextUnknown */
G_DBUS_ERROR_ADT_AUDIT_DATA_UNKNOWN, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.AdtAuditDataUnknown */
G_DBUS_ERROR_OBJECT_PATH_IN_USE, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ObjectPathInUse */
G_DBUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_OBJECT, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.UnknownObject */
G_DBUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_INTERFACE, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.UnknownInterface */
G_DBUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_PROPERTY, /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.UnknownProperty */
G_DBUS_ERROR_PROPERTY_READ_ONLY /* org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.PropertyReadOnly */
} GDBusError;
/* Remember to update g_dbus_error_quark() in gdbuserror.c if you extend this enumeration */
/**
* GDBusConnectionFlags:
* @G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_AUTHENTICATION_CLIENT: Perform authentication against server.
* @G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_AUTHENTICATION_SERVER: Perform authentication against client.
* @G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_AUTHENTICATION_ALLOW_ANONYMOUS: When
* authenticating as a server, allow the anonymous authentication
* method.
* @G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_MESSAGE_BUS_CONNECTION: Pass this flag if connecting to a peer that is a
* message bus. This means that the Hello() method will be invoked as part of the connection setup.
* @G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_DELAY_MESSAGE_PROCESSING: If set, processing of D-Bus messages is
* delayed until g_dbus_connection_start_message_processing() is called.
* @G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_AUTHENTICATION_REQUIRE_SAME_USER: When authenticating
* as a server, require the UID of the peer to be the same as the UID of the server. (Since: 2.68)
*
* Flags used when creating a new #GDBusConnection.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum {
G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_AUTHENTICATION_CLIENT = (1<<0),
G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_AUTHENTICATION_SERVER = (1<<1),
G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_AUTHENTICATION_ALLOW_ANONYMOUS = (1<<2),
G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_MESSAGE_BUS_CONNECTION = (1<<3),
G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_DELAY_MESSAGE_PROCESSING = (1<<4),
G_DBUS_CONNECTION_FLAGS_AUTHENTICATION_REQUIRE_SAME_USER GLIB_AVAILABLE_ENUMERATOR_IN_2_68 = (1<<5)
} GDBusConnectionFlags;
/**
* GDBusCapabilityFlags:
* @G_DBUS_CAPABILITY_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_DBUS_CAPABILITY_FLAGS_UNIX_FD_PASSING: The connection
* supports exchanging UNIX file descriptors with the remote peer.
*
* Capabilities negotiated with the remote peer.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum {
G_DBUS_CAPABILITY_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_DBUS_CAPABILITY_FLAGS_UNIX_FD_PASSING = (1<<0)
} GDBusCapabilityFlags;
/**
* GDBusCallFlags:
* @G_DBUS_CALL_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_DBUS_CALL_FLAGS_NO_AUTO_START: The bus must not launch
* an owner for the destination name in response to this method
* invocation.
* @G_DBUS_CALL_FLAGS_ALLOW_INTERACTIVE_AUTHORIZATION: the caller is prepared to
* wait for interactive authorization. Since 2.46.
*
* Flags used in g_dbus_connection_call() and similar APIs.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum {
G_DBUS_CALL_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_DBUS_CALL_FLAGS_NO_AUTO_START = (1<<0),
G_DBUS_CALL_FLAGS_ALLOW_INTERACTIVE_AUTHORIZATION = (1<<1)
} GDBusCallFlags;
/* (1<<31) is reserved for internal use by GDBusConnection, do not use it. */
/**
* GDBusMessageType:
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_TYPE_INVALID: Message is of invalid type.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_TYPE_METHOD_CALL: Method call.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_TYPE_METHOD_RETURN: Method reply.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_TYPE_ERROR: Error reply.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_TYPE_SIGNAL: Signal emission.
*
* Message types used in #GDBusMessage.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum {
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_TYPE_INVALID,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_TYPE_METHOD_CALL,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_TYPE_METHOD_RETURN,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_TYPE_ERROR,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_TYPE_SIGNAL
} GDBusMessageType;
/**
* GDBusMessageFlags:
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_FLAGS_NO_REPLY_EXPECTED: A reply is not expected.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_FLAGS_NO_AUTO_START: The bus must not launch an
* owner for the destination name in response to this message.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_FLAGS_ALLOW_INTERACTIVE_AUTHORIZATION: If set on a method
* call, this flag means that the caller is prepared to wait for interactive
* authorization. Since 2.46.
*
* Message flags used in #GDBusMessage.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum {
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_FLAGS_NO_REPLY_EXPECTED = (1<<0),
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_FLAGS_NO_AUTO_START = (1<<1),
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_FLAGS_ALLOW_INTERACTIVE_AUTHORIZATION = (1<<2)
} GDBusMessageFlags;
/**
* GDBusMessageHeaderField:
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_INVALID: Not a valid header field.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_PATH: The object path.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_INTERFACE: The interface name.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_MEMBER: The method or signal name.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_ERROR_NAME: The name of the error that occurred.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_REPLY_SERIAL: The serial number the message is a reply to.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_DESTINATION: The name the message is intended for.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_SENDER: Unique name of the sender of the message (filled in by the bus).
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_SIGNATURE: The signature of the message body.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_NUM_UNIX_FDS: The number of UNIX file descriptors that accompany the message.
*
* Header fields used in #GDBusMessage.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum {
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_INVALID,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_PATH,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_INTERFACE,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_MEMBER,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_ERROR_NAME,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_REPLY_SERIAL,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_DESTINATION,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_SENDER,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_SIGNATURE,
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_HEADER_FIELD_NUM_UNIX_FDS
} GDBusMessageHeaderField;
/**
* GDBusPropertyInfoFlags:
* @G_DBUS_PROPERTY_INFO_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_DBUS_PROPERTY_INFO_FLAGS_READABLE: Property is readable.
* @G_DBUS_PROPERTY_INFO_FLAGS_WRITABLE: Property is writable.
*
* Flags describing the access control of a D-Bus property.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum
{
G_DBUS_PROPERTY_INFO_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_DBUS_PROPERTY_INFO_FLAGS_READABLE = (1<<0),
G_DBUS_PROPERTY_INFO_FLAGS_WRITABLE = (1<<1)
} GDBusPropertyInfoFlags;
/**
* GDBusSubtreeFlags:
* @G_DBUS_SUBTREE_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_DBUS_SUBTREE_FLAGS_DISPATCH_TO_UNENUMERATED_NODES: Method calls to objects not in the enumerated range
* will still be dispatched. This is useful if you want
* to dynamically spawn objects in the subtree.
*
* Flags passed to g_dbus_connection_register_subtree().
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum
{
G_DBUS_SUBTREE_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_DBUS_SUBTREE_FLAGS_DISPATCH_TO_UNENUMERATED_NODES = (1<<0)
} GDBusSubtreeFlags;
/**
* GDBusServerFlags:
* @G_DBUS_SERVER_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_DBUS_SERVER_FLAGS_RUN_IN_THREAD: All #GDBusServer::new-connection
* signals will run in separated dedicated threads (see signal for
* details).
* @G_DBUS_SERVER_FLAGS_AUTHENTICATION_ALLOW_ANONYMOUS: Allow the anonymous
* authentication method.
* @G_DBUS_SERVER_FLAGS_AUTHENTICATION_REQUIRE_SAME_USER: Require the UID of the
* peer to be the same as the UID of the server when authenticating. (Since: 2.68)
*
* Flags used when creating a #GDBusServer.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum
{
G_DBUS_SERVER_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_DBUS_SERVER_FLAGS_RUN_IN_THREAD = (1<<0),
G_DBUS_SERVER_FLAGS_AUTHENTICATION_ALLOW_ANONYMOUS = (1<<1),
G_DBUS_SERVER_FLAGS_AUTHENTICATION_REQUIRE_SAME_USER GLIB_AVAILABLE_ENUMERATOR_IN_2_68 = (1<<2)
} GDBusServerFlags;
/**
* GDBusSignalFlags:
* @G_DBUS_SIGNAL_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_DBUS_SIGNAL_FLAGS_NO_MATCH_RULE: Don't actually send the AddMatch
* D-Bus call for this signal subscription. This gives you more control
* over which match rules you add (but you must add them manually).
* @G_DBUS_SIGNAL_FLAGS_MATCH_ARG0_NAMESPACE: Match first arguments that
* contain a bus or interface name with the given namespace.
* @G_DBUS_SIGNAL_FLAGS_MATCH_ARG0_PATH: Match first arguments that
* contain an object path that is either equivalent to the given path,
* or one of the paths is a subpath of the other.
*
* Flags used when subscribing to signals via g_dbus_connection_signal_subscribe().
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum /*< flags >*/
{
G_DBUS_SIGNAL_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_DBUS_SIGNAL_FLAGS_NO_MATCH_RULE = (1<<0),
G_DBUS_SIGNAL_FLAGS_MATCH_ARG0_NAMESPACE = (1<<1),
G_DBUS_SIGNAL_FLAGS_MATCH_ARG0_PATH = (1<<2)
} GDBusSignalFlags;
/**
* GDBusSendMessageFlags:
* @G_DBUS_SEND_MESSAGE_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_DBUS_SEND_MESSAGE_FLAGS_PRESERVE_SERIAL: Do not automatically
* assign a serial number from the #GDBusConnection object when
* sending a message.
*
* Flags used when sending #GDBusMessages on a #GDBusConnection.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum
{
G_DBUS_SEND_MESSAGE_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_DBUS_SEND_MESSAGE_FLAGS_PRESERVE_SERIAL = (1<<0)
} GDBusSendMessageFlags;
/* (1<<31) is reserved for internal use by GDBusConnection, do not use it. */
/**
* GCredentialsType:
* @G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_INVALID: Indicates an invalid native credential type.
* @G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_LINUX_UCRED: The native credentials type is a `struct ucred`.
* @G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_FREEBSD_CMSGCRED: The native credentials type is a `struct cmsgcred`.
* @G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_OPENBSD_SOCKPEERCRED: The native credentials type is a `struct sockpeercred`. Added in 2.30.
* @G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_SOLARIS_UCRED: The native credentials type is a `ucred_t`. Added in 2.40.
* @G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_NETBSD_UNPCBID: The native credentials type is a `struct unpcbid`. Added in 2.42.
* @G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_APPLE_XUCRED: The native credentials type is a `struct xucred`. Added in 2.66.
*
* Enumeration describing different kinds of native credential types.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum
{
G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_INVALID,
G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_LINUX_UCRED,
G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_FREEBSD_CMSGCRED,
G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_OPENBSD_SOCKPEERCRED,
G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_SOLARIS_UCRED,
G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_NETBSD_UNPCBID,
G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_APPLE_XUCRED,
} GCredentialsType;
/**
* GDBusMessageByteOrder:
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_BYTE_ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN: The byte order is big endian.
* @G_DBUS_MESSAGE_BYTE_ORDER_LITTLE_ENDIAN: The byte order is little endian.
*
* Enumeration used to describe the byte order of a D-Bus message.
*
* Since: 2.26
*/
typedef enum
{
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_BYTE_ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN = 'B',
G_DBUS_MESSAGE_BYTE_ORDER_LITTLE_ENDIAN = 'l'
} GDBusMessageByteOrder;
/**
* GApplicationFlags:
* @G_APPLICATION_FLAGS_NONE: Default
* @G_APPLICATION_IS_SERVICE: Run as a service. In this mode, registration
* fails if the service is already running, and the application
* will initially wait up to 10 seconds for an initial activation
* message to arrive.
* @G_APPLICATION_IS_LAUNCHER: Don't try to become the primary instance.
* @G_APPLICATION_HANDLES_OPEN: This application handles opening files (in
* the primary instance). Note that this flag only affects the default
* implementation of local_command_line(), and has no effect if
* %G_APPLICATION_HANDLES_COMMAND_LINE is given.
* See g_application_run() for details.
* @G_APPLICATION_HANDLES_COMMAND_LINE: This application handles command line
* arguments (in the primary instance). Note that this flag only affect
* the default implementation of local_command_line().
* See g_application_run() for details.
* @G_APPLICATION_SEND_ENVIRONMENT: Send the environment of the
* launching process to the primary instance. Set this flag if your
* application is expected to behave differently depending on certain
* environment variables. For instance, an editor might be expected
* to use the `GIT_COMMITTER_NAME` environment variable
* when editing a git commit message. The environment is available
* to the #GApplication::command-line signal handler, via
* g_application_command_line_getenv().
* @G_APPLICATION_NON_UNIQUE: Make no attempts to do any of the typical
* single-instance application negotiation, even if the application
* ID is given. The application neither attempts to become the
* owner of the application ID nor does it check if an existing
* owner already exists. Everything occurs in the local process.
* Since: 2.30.
* @G_APPLICATION_CAN_OVERRIDE_APP_ID: Allow users to override the
* application ID from the command line with `--gapplication-app-id`.
* Since: 2.48
* @G_APPLICATION_ALLOW_REPLACEMENT: Allow another instance to take over
* the bus name. Since: 2.60
* @G_APPLICATION_REPLACE: Take over from another instance. This flag is
* usually set by passing `--gapplication-replace` on the commandline.
* Since: 2.60
*
* Flags used to define the behaviour of a #GApplication.
*
* Since: 2.28
**/
typedef enum
{
G_APPLICATION_FLAGS_NONE,
G_APPLICATION_IS_SERVICE = (1 << 0),
G_APPLICATION_IS_LAUNCHER = (1 << 1),
G_APPLICATION_HANDLES_OPEN = (1 << 2),
G_APPLICATION_HANDLES_COMMAND_LINE = (1 << 3),
G_APPLICATION_SEND_ENVIRONMENT = (1 << 4),
G_APPLICATION_NON_UNIQUE = (1 << 5),
G_APPLICATION_CAN_OVERRIDE_APP_ID = (1 << 6),
G_APPLICATION_ALLOW_REPLACEMENT = (1 << 7),
G_APPLICATION_REPLACE = (1 << 8)
} GApplicationFlags;
/**
* GTlsError:
* @G_TLS_ERROR_UNAVAILABLE: No TLS provider is available
* @G_TLS_ERROR_MISC: Miscellaneous TLS error
* @G_TLS_ERROR_BAD_CERTIFICATE: The certificate presented could not
* be parsed or failed validation.
* @G_TLS_ERROR_NOT_TLS: The TLS handshake failed because the
* peer does not seem to be a TLS server.
* @G_TLS_ERROR_HANDSHAKE: The TLS handshake failed because the
* peer's certificate was not acceptable.
* @G_TLS_ERROR_CERTIFICATE_REQUIRED: The TLS handshake failed because
* the server requested a client-side certificate, but none was
* provided. See g_tls_connection_set_certificate().
* @G_TLS_ERROR_EOF: The TLS connection was closed without proper
* notice, which may indicate an attack. See
* g_tls_connection_set_require_close_notify().
* @G_TLS_ERROR_INAPPROPRIATE_FALLBACK: The TLS handshake failed
* because the client sent the fallback SCSV, indicating a protocol
* downgrade attack. Since: 2.60
*
* An error code used with %G_TLS_ERROR in a #GError returned from a
* TLS-related routine.
*
* Since: 2.28
*/
typedef enum {
G_TLS_ERROR_UNAVAILABLE,
G_TLS_ERROR_MISC,
G_TLS_ERROR_BAD_CERTIFICATE,
G_TLS_ERROR_NOT_TLS,
G_TLS_ERROR_HANDSHAKE,
G_TLS_ERROR_CERTIFICATE_REQUIRED,
G_TLS_ERROR_EOF,
G_TLS_ERROR_INAPPROPRIATE_FALLBACK
} GTlsError;
/**
* GTlsCertificateFlags:
* @G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_UNKNOWN_CA: The signing certificate authority is
* not known.
* @G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_BAD_IDENTITY: The certificate does not match the
* expected identity of the site that it was retrieved from.
* @G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_NOT_ACTIVATED: The certificate's activation time
* is still in the future
* @G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_EXPIRED: The certificate has expired
* @G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_REVOKED: The certificate has been revoked
* according to the #GTlsConnection's certificate revocation list.
* @G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_INSECURE: The certificate's algorithm is
* considered insecure.
* @G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_GENERIC_ERROR: Some other error occurred validating
* the certificate
* @G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATE_ALL: the combination of all of the above
* flags
*
* A set of flags describing TLS certification validation. This can be
* used to set which validation steps to perform (eg, with
* g_tls_client_connection_set_validation_flags()), or to describe why
* a particular certificate was rejected (eg, in
* #GTlsConnection::accept-certificate).
*
* Since: 2.28
*/
typedef enum {
G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_UNKNOWN_CA = (1 << 0),
G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_BAD_IDENTITY = (1 << 1),
G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_NOT_ACTIVATED = (1 << 2),
G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_EXPIRED = (1 << 3),
G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_REVOKED = (1 << 4),
G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_INSECURE = (1 << 5),
G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_GENERIC_ERROR = (1 << 6),
G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATE_ALL = 0x007f
} GTlsCertificateFlags;
/**
* GTlsAuthenticationMode:
* @G_TLS_AUTHENTICATION_NONE: client authentication not required
* @G_TLS_AUTHENTICATION_REQUESTED: client authentication is requested
* @G_TLS_AUTHENTICATION_REQUIRED: client authentication is required
*
* The client authentication mode for a #GTlsServerConnection.
*
* Since: 2.28
*/
typedef enum {
G_TLS_AUTHENTICATION_NONE,
G_TLS_AUTHENTICATION_REQUESTED,
G_TLS_AUTHENTICATION_REQUIRED
} GTlsAuthenticationMode;
/**
* GTlsChannelBindingType:
* @G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_TLS_UNIQUE:
* [`tls-unique`](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5929#section-3) binding
* type
* @G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_TLS_SERVER_END_POINT:
* [`tls-server-end-point`](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5929#section-4)
* binding type
*
* The type of TLS channel binding data to retrieve from #GTlsConnection
* or #GDtlsConnection, as documented by RFC 5929. The
* [`tls-unique-for-telnet`](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5929#section-5)
* binding type is not currently implemented.
*
* Since: 2.66
*/
GLIB_AVAILABLE_TYPE_IN_2_66
typedef enum {
G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_TLS_UNIQUE,
G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_TLS_SERVER_END_POINT
} GTlsChannelBindingType;
/**
* GTlsChannelBindingError:
* @G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_ERROR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED: Either entire binding
* retrieval facility or specific binding type is not implemented in the
* TLS backend.
* @G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_ERROR_INVALID_STATE: The handshake is not yet
* complete on the connection which is a strong requirement for any existing
* binding type.
* @G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE: Handshake is complete but
* binding data is not available. That normally indicates the TLS
* implementation failed to provide the binding data. For example, some
* implementations do not provide a peer certificate for resumed connections.
* @G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED: Binding type is not supported
* on the current connection. This error could be triggered when requesting
* `tls-server-end-point` binding data for a certificate which has no hash
* function or uses multiple hash functions.
* @G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_ERROR_GENERAL_ERROR: Any other backend error
* preventing binding data retrieval.
*
* An error code used with %G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_ERROR in a #GError to
* indicate a TLS channel binding retrieval error.
*
* Since: 2.66
*/
GLIB_AVAILABLE_TYPE_IN_2_66
typedef enum {
G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_ERROR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED,
G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_ERROR_INVALID_STATE,
G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE,
G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED,
G_TLS_CHANNEL_BINDING_ERROR_GENERAL_ERROR
} GTlsChannelBindingError;
/**
* GTlsRehandshakeMode:
* @G_TLS_REHANDSHAKE_NEVER: Never allow rehandshaking
* @G_TLS_REHANDSHAKE_SAFELY: Allow safe rehandshaking only
* @G_TLS_REHANDSHAKE_UNSAFELY: Allow unsafe rehandshaking
*
* When to allow rehandshaking. See
* g_tls_connection_set_rehandshake_mode().
*
* Since: 2.28
*
* Deprecated: 2.60. Changing the rehandshake mode is no longer
* required for compatibility. Also, rehandshaking has been removed
* from the TLS protocol in TLS 1.3.
*/
typedef enum {
G_TLS_REHANDSHAKE_NEVER,
G_TLS_REHANDSHAKE_SAFELY,
G_TLS_REHANDSHAKE_UNSAFELY
} GTlsRehandshakeMode GLIB_DEPRECATED_TYPE_IN_2_60;
/**
* GTlsPasswordFlags:
* @G_TLS_PASSWORD_NONE: No flags
* @G_TLS_PASSWORD_RETRY: The password was wrong, and the user should retry.
* @G_TLS_PASSWORD_MANY_TRIES: Hint to the user that the password has been
* wrong many times, and the user may not have many chances left.
* @G_TLS_PASSWORD_FINAL_TRY: Hint to the user that this is the last try to get
* this password right.
* @G_TLS_PASSWORD_PKCS11_USER: For PKCS #11, the user PIN is required.
* Since: 2.70.
* @G_TLS_PASSWORD_PKCS11_SECURITY_OFFICER: For PKCS #11, the security officer
* PIN is required. Since: 2.70.
* @G_TLS_PASSWORD_PKCS11_CONTEXT_SPECIFIC: For PKCS #11, the context-specific
* PIN is required. Since: 2.70.
*
* Various flags for the password.
*
* Since: 2.30
*/
typedef enum _GTlsPasswordFlags
{
G_TLS_PASSWORD_NONE = 0,
G_TLS_PASSWORD_RETRY = 1 << 1,
G_TLS_PASSWORD_MANY_TRIES = 1 << 2,
G_TLS_PASSWORD_FINAL_TRY = 1 << 3,
G_TLS_PASSWORD_PKCS11_USER = 1 << 4,
G_TLS_PASSWORD_PKCS11_SECURITY_OFFICER = 1 << 5,
G_TLS_PASSWORD_PKCS11_CONTEXT_SPECIFIC = 1 << 6
} GTlsPasswordFlags;
/**
* GTlsInteractionResult:
* @G_TLS_INTERACTION_UNHANDLED: The interaction was unhandled (i.e. not
* implemented).
* @G_TLS_INTERACTION_HANDLED: The interaction completed, and resulting data
* is available.
* @G_TLS_INTERACTION_FAILED: The interaction has failed, or was cancelled.
* and the operation should be aborted.
*
* #GTlsInteractionResult is returned by various functions in #GTlsInteraction
* when finishing an interaction request.
*
* Since: 2.30
*/
typedef enum {
G_TLS_INTERACTION_UNHANDLED,
G_TLS_INTERACTION_HANDLED,
G_TLS_INTERACTION_FAILED
} GTlsInteractionResult;
/**
* GDBusInterfaceSkeletonFlags:
* @G_DBUS_INTERFACE_SKELETON_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_DBUS_INTERFACE_SKELETON_FLAGS_HANDLE_METHOD_INVOCATIONS_IN_THREAD: Each method invocation is handled in
* a thread dedicated to the invocation. This means that the method implementation can use blocking IO
* without blocking any other part of the process. It also means that the method implementation must
* use locking to access data structures used by other threads.
*
* Flags describing the behavior of a #GDBusInterfaceSkeleton instance.
*
* Since: 2.30
*/
typedef enum
{
G_DBUS_INTERFACE_SKELETON_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_DBUS_INTERFACE_SKELETON_FLAGS_HANDLE_METHOD_INVOCATIONS_IN_THREAD = (1<<0)
} GDBusInterfaceSkeletonFlags;
/**
* GDBusObjectManagerClientFlags:
* @G_DBUS_OBJECT_MANAGER_CLIENT_FLAGS_NONE: No flags set.
* @G_DBUS_OBJECT_MANAGER_CLIENT_FLAGS_DO_NOT_AUTO_START: If not set and the
* manager is for a well-known name, then request the bus to launch
* an owner for the name if no-one owns the name. This flag can only
* be used in managers for well-known names.
*
* Flags used when constructing a #GDBusObjectManagerClient.
*
* Since: 2.30
*/
typedef enum
{
G_DBUS_OBJECT_MANAGER_CLIENT_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_DBUS_OBJECT_MANAGER_CLIENT_FLAGS_DO_NOT_AUTO_START = (1<<0)
} GDBusObjectManagerClientFlags;
/**
* GTlsDatabaseVerifyFlags:
* @G_TLS_DATABASE_VERIFY_NONE: No verification flags
*
* Flags for g_tls_database_verify_chain().
*
* Since: 2.30
*/
typedef enum /*< flags >*/ {
G_TLS_DATABASE_VERIFY_NONE = 0
} GTlsDatabaseVerifyFlags;
/**
* GTlsDatabaseLookupFlags:
* @G_TLS_DATABASE_LOOKUP_NONE: No lookup flags
* @G_TLS_DATABASE_LOOKUP_KEYPAIR: Restrict lookup to certificates that have
* a private key.
*
* Flags for g_tls_database_lookup_certificate_for_handle(),
* g_tls_database_lookup_certificate_issuer(),
* and g_tls_database_lookup_certificates_issued_by().
*
* Since: 2.30
*/
typedef enum {
G_TLS_DATABASE_LOOKUP_NONE = 0,
G_TLS_DATABASE_LOOKUP_KEYPAIR = 1
} GTlsDatabaseLookupFlags;
/**
* GTlsCertificateRequestFlags:
* @G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_REQUEST_NONE: No flags
*
* Flags for g_tls_interaction_request_certificate(),
* g_tls_interaction_request_certificate_async(), and
* g_tls_interaction_invoke_request_certificate().
*
* Since: 2.40
*/
typedef enum {
G_TLS_CERTIFICATE_REQUEST_NONE = 0
} GTlsCertificateRequestFlags;
/**
* GTlsProtocolVersion:
* @G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_UNKNOWN: No protocol version or unknown protocol version
* @G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_SSL_3_0: SSL 3.0, which is insecure and should not be used
* @G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_TLS_1_0: TLS 1.0, which is insecure and should not be used
* @G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_TLS_1_1: TLS 1.1, which is insecure and should not be used
* @G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_TLS_1_2: TLS 1.2, defined by [RFC 5246](https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc5246)
* @G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_TLS_1_3: TLS 1.3, defined by [RFC 8446](https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc8446)
* @G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_DTLS_1_0: DTLS 1.0, which is insecure and should not be used
* @G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_DTLS_1_2: DTLS 1.2, defined by [RFC 6347](https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc6347)
*
* The TLS or DTLS protocol version used by a #GTlsConnection or
* #GDtlsConnection. The integer values of these versions are sequential
* to ensure newer known protocol versions compare greater than older
* known versions. Any known DTLS protocol version will compare greater
* than any SSL or TLS protocol version. The protocol version may be
* %G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_UNKNOWN if the TLS backend supports a newer
* protocol version that GLib does not yet know about. This means that
* it's possible for an unknown DTLS protocol version to compare less
* than the TLS protocol versions.
*
* Since: 2.70
*/
typedef enum {
G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_UNKNOWN = 0,
G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_SSL_3_0 = 1,
G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_TLS_1_0 = 2,
G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_TLS_1_1 = 3,
G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_TLS_1_2 = 4,
G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_TLS_1_3 = 5,
G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_DTLS_1_0 = 201,
G_TLS_PROTOCOL_VERSION_DTLS_1_2 = 202,
} GTlsProtocolVersion;
/**
* GIOModuleScopeFlags:
* @G_IO_MODULE_SCOPE_NONE: No module scan flags
* @G_IO_MODULE_SCOPE_BLOCK_DUPLICATES: When using this scope to load or
* scan modules, automatically block a modules which has the same base
* basename as previously loaded module.
*
* Flags for use with g_io_module_scope_new().
*
* Since: 2.30
*/
typedef enum {
G_IO_MODULE_SCOPE_NONE,
G_IO_MODULE_SCOPE_BLOCK_DUPLICATES
} GIOModuleScopeFlags;
/**
* GSocketClientEvent:
* @G_SOCKET_CLIENT_RESOLVING: The client is doing a DNS lookup.
* @G_SOCKET_CLIENT_RESOLVED: The client has completed a DNS lookup.
* @G_SOCKET_CLIENT_CONNECTING: The client is connecting to a remote
* host (either a proxy or the destination server).
* @G_SOCKET_CLIENT_CONNECTED: The client has connected to a remote
* host.
* @G_SOCKET_CLIENT_PROXY_NEGOTIATING: The client is negotiating
* with a proxy to connect to the destination server.
* @G_SOCKET_CLIENT_PROXY_NEGOTIATED: The client has negotiated
* with the proxy server.
* @G_SOCKET_CLIENT_TLS_HANDSHAKING: The client is performing a
* TLS handshake.
* @G_SOCKET_CLIENT_TLS_HANDSHAKED: The client has performed a
* TLS handshake.
* @G_SOCKET_CLIENT_COMPLETE: The client is done with a particular
* #GSocketConnectable.
*
* Describes an event occurring on a #GSocketClient. See the
* #GSocketClient::event signal for more details.
*
* Additional values may be added to this type in the future.
*
* Since: 2.32
*/
typedef enum {
G_SOCKET_CLIENT_RESOLVING,
G_SOCKET_CLIENT_RESOLVED,
G_SOCKET_CLIENT_CONNECTING,
G_SOCKET_CLIENT_CONNECTED,
G_SOCKET_CLIENT_PROXY_NEGOTIATING,
G_SOCKET_CLIENT_PROXY_NEGOTIATED,
G_SOCKET_CLIENT_TLS_HANDSHAKING,
G_SOCKET_CLIENT_TLS_HANDSHAKED,
G_SOCKET_CLIENT_COMPLETE
} GSocketClientEvent;
/**
* GSocketListenerEvent:
* @G_SOCKET_LISTENER_BINDING: The listener is about to bind a socket.
* @G_SOCKET_LISTENER_BOUND: The listener has bound a socket.
* @G_SOCKET_LISTENER_LISTENING: The listener is about to start
* listening on this socket.
* @G_SOCKET_LISTENER_LISTENED: The listener is now listening on
* this socket.
*
* Describes an event occurring on a #GSocketListener. See the
* #GSocketListener::event signal for more details.
*
* Additional values may be added to this type in the future.
*
* Since: 2.46
*/
typedef enum {
G_SOCKET_LISTENER_BINDING,
G_SOCKET_LISTENER_BOUND,
G_SOCKET_LISTENER_LISTENING,
G_SOCKET_LISTENER_LISTENED
} GSocketListenerEvent;
/**
* GTestDBusFlags:
* @G_TEST_DBUS_NONE: No flags.
*
* Flags to define future #GTestDBus behaviour.
*
* Since: 2.34
*/
typedef enum /*< flags >*/ {
G_TEST_DBUS_NONE = 0
} GTestDBusFlags;
/**
* GSubprocessFlags:
* @G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_NONE: No flags.
* @G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDIN_PIPE: create a pipe for the stdin of the
* spawned process that can be accessed with
* g_subprocess_get_stdin_pipe().
* @G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDIN_INHERIT: stdin is inherited from the
* calling process.
* @G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDOUT_PIPE: create a pipe for the stdout of the
* spawned process that can be accessed with
* g_subprocess_get_stdout_pipe().
* @G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDOUT_SILENCE: silence the stdout of the spawned
* process (ie: redirect to `/dev/null`).
* @G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDERR_PIPE: create a pipe for the stderr of the
* spawned process that can be accessed with
* g_subprocess_get_stderr_pipe().
* @G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDERR_SILENCE: silence the stderr of the spawned
* process (ie: redirect to `/dev/null`).
* @G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDERR_MERGE: merge the stderr of the spawned
* process with whatever the stdout happens to be. This is a good way
* of directing both streams to a common log file, for example.
* @G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_INHERIT_FDS: spawned processes will inherit the
* file descriptors of their parent, unless those descriptors have
* been explicitly marked as close-on-exec. This flag has no effect
* over the "standard" file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr).
*
* Flags to define the behaviour of a #GSubprocess.
*
* Note that the default for stdin is to redirect from `/dev/null`. For
* stdout and stderr the default are for them to inherit the
* corresponding descriptor from the calling process.
*
* Note that it is a programmer error to mix 'incompatible' flags. For
* example, you may not request both %G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDOUT_PIPE and
* %G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDOUT_SILENCE.
*
* Since: 2.40
**/
typedef enum {
G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_NONE = 0,
G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDIN_PIPE = (1u << 0),
G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDIN_INHERIT = (1u << 1),
G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDOUT_PIPE = (1u << 2),
G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDOUT_SILENCE = (1u << 3),
G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDERR_PIPE = (1u << 4),
G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDERR_SILENCE = (1u << 5),
G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_STDERR_MERGE = (1u << 6),
G_SUBPROCESS_FLAGS_INHERIT_FDS = (1u << 7)
} GSubprocessFlags;
/**
* GNotificationPriority:
* @G_NOTIFICATION_PRIORITY_LOW: for notifications that do not require
* immediate attention - typically used for contextual background
* information, such as contact birthdays or local weather
* @G_NOTIFICATION_PRIORITY_NORMAL: the default priority, to be used for the
* majority of notifications (for example email messages, software updates,
* completed download/sync operations)
* @G_NOTIFICATION_PRIORITY_HIGH: for events that require more attention,
* usually because responses are time-sensitive (for example chat and SMS
* messages or alarms)
* @G_NOTIFICATION_PRIORITY_URGENT: for urgent notifications, or notifications
* that require a response in a short space of time (for example phone calls
* or emergency warnings)
*
* Priority levels for #GNotifications.
*
* Since: 2.42
*/
typedef enum {
G_NOTIFICATION_PRIORITY_NORMAL,
G_NOTIFICATION_PRIORITY_LOW,
G_NOTIFICATION_PRIORITY_HIGH,
G_NOTIFICATION_PRIORITY_URGENT
} GNotificationPriority;
/**
* GNetworkConnectivity:
* @G_NETWORK_CONNECTIVITY_LOCAL: The host is not configured with a
* route to the Internet; it may or may not be connected to a local
* network.
* @G_NETWORK_CONNECTIVITY_LIMITED: The host is connected to a network, but
* does not appear to be able to reach the full Internet, perhaps
* due to upstream network problems.
* @G_NETWORK_CONNECTIVITY_PORTAL: The host is behind a captive portal and
* cannot reach the full Internet.
* @G_NETWORK_CONNECTIVITY_FULL: The host is connected to a network, and
* appears to be able to reach the full Internet.
*
* The host's network connectivity state, as reported by #GNetworkMonitor.
*
* Since: 2.44
*/
typedef enum {
G_NETWORK_CONNECTIVITY_LOCAL = 1,
G_NETWORK_CONNECTIVITY_LIMITED = 2,
G_NETWORK_CONNECTIVITY_PORTAL = 3,
G_NETWORK_CONNECTIVITY_FULL = 4
} GNetworkConnectivity;
/**
* GPollableReturn:
* @G_POLLABLE_RETURN_FAILED: Generic error condition for when an operation fails.
* @G_POLLABLE_RETURN_OK: The operation was successfully finished.
* @G_POLLABLE_RETURN_WOULD_BLOCK: The operation would block.
*
* Return value for various IO operations that signal errors via the
* return value and not necessarily via a #GError.
*
* This enum exists to be able to return errors to callers without having to
* allocate a #GError. Allocating #GErrors can be quite expensive for
* regularly happening errors like %G_IO_ERROR_WOULD_BLOCK.
*
* In case of %G_POLLABLE_RETURN_FAILED a #GError should be set for the
* operation to give details about the error that happened.
*
* Since: 2.60
*/
typedef enum {
G_POLLABLE_RETURN_FAILED = 0,
G_POLLABLE_RETURN_OK = 1,
G_POLLABLE_RETURN_WOULD_BLOCK = -G_IO_ERROR_WOULD_BLOCK
} GPollableReturn;
/**
* GMemoryMonitorWarningLevel:
* @G_MEMORY_MONITOR_WARNING_LEVEL_LOW: Memory on the device is low, processes
* should free up unneeded resources (for example, in-memory caches) so they can
* be used elsewhere.
* @G_MEMORY_MONITOR_WARNING_LEVEL_MEDIUM: Same as @G_MEMORY_MONITOR_WARNING_LEVEL_LOW
* but the device has even less free memory, so processes should try harder to free
* up unneeded resources. If your process does not need to stay running, it is a
* good time for it to quit.
* @G_MEMORY_MONITOR_WARNING_LEVEL_CRITICAL: The system will soon start terminating
* processes to reclaim memory, including background processes.
*
* Memory availability warning levels.
*
* Note that because new values might be added, it is recommended that applications check
* #GMemoryMonitorWarningLevel as ranges, for example:
* |[<!-- language="C" -->
* if (warning_level > G_MEMORY_MONITOR_WARNING_LEVEL_LOW)
* drop_caches ();
* ]|
*
* Since: 2.64
*/
typedef enum {
G_MEMORY_MONITOR_WARNING_LEVEL_LOW = 50,
G_MEMORY_MONITOR_WARNING_LEVEL_MEDIUM = 100,
G_MEMORY_MONITOR_WARNING_LEVEL_CRITICAL = 255
} GMemoryMonitorWarningLevel;
G_END_DECLS
#endif /* __GIO_ENUMS_H__ */