ValueArrayRef

public struct ValueArrayRef : ValueArrayProtocol

The ValueArrayRef type acts as a lightweight Swift reference to an underlying GValueArray instance. It exposes methods that can operate on this data type through ValueArrayProtocol conformance. Use ValueArrayRef only as an unowned reference to an existing GValueArray instance.

A GValueArray contains an array of GValue elements.

  • ptr
    Untyped pointer to the underlying `GValueArray` instance.
    

    For type-safe access, use the generated, typed pointer value_array_ptr property instead.

    Declaration

    Swift

    public let ptr: UnsafeMutableRawPointer

ValueArray Record

  • Designated initialiser from the underlying C data type

    Declaration

    Swift

    init(_ p: UnsafeMutablePointer<GValueArray>)
  • Reference intialiser for a related type that implements ValueArrayProtocol

    Declaration

    Swift

    init<T>(_ other: T) where T : ValueArrayProtocol
  • Unsafe typed initialiser. Do not use unless you know the underlying data type the pointer points to conforms to ValueArrayProtocol.

    Declaration

    Swift

    init<T>(cPointer: UnsafeMutablePointer<T>)
  • Unsafe typed initialiser. Do not use unless you know the underlying data type the pointer points to conforms to ValueArrayProtocol.

    Declaration

    Swift

    init<T>(constPointer: UnsafePointer<T>)
  • Unsafe untyped initialiser. Do not use unless you know the underlying data type the pointer points to conforms to ValueArrayProtocol.

    Declaration

    Swift

    init(raw: UnsafeRawPointer)
  • Unsafe untyped initialiser. Do not use unless you know the underlying data type the pointer points to conforms to ValueArrayProtocol.

    Declaration

    Swift

    init(raw: UnsafeMutableRawPointer)
  • Unsafe untyped initialiser. Do not use unless you know the underlying data type the pointer points to conforms to ValueArrayProtocol.

    Declaration

    Swift

    init(opaquePointer: OpaquePointer)
  • Allocate and initialize a new `GValueArray`, optionally preserve space
    

    for n_prealloced elements. New arrays always contain 0 elements, regardless of the value of n_prealloced.

    new is deprecated: Use #GArray and g_array_sized_new() instead.

    Declaration

    Swift

    @available(*, deprecated)
    init(n_prealloced: CUnsignedInt)