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[libvirt PATCH 3/6] docs: glib-adoption: remove stuff we alredy removed



https://www.redhat.com/archives/libvir-list/2020-May/msg00299.html

Suggested-by: Daniel P. Berrangé <berrange redhat com>
Signed-off-by: Ján Tomko <jtomko redhat com>
---
 docs/glib-adoption.rst | 69 ------------------------------------------
 1 file changed, 69 deletions(-)

diff --git a/docs/glib-adoption.rst b/docs/glib-adoption.rst
index 62ddd7c61d..91d0c66d91 100644
--- a/docs/glib-adoption.rst
+++ b/docs/glib-adoption.rst
@@ -25,72 +25,3 @@ used in new code, and their suggested GLib replacements:
    allocation APIs and GLib APIs within a single method. Keep the
    style consistent, converting existing code to GLib style in a
    separate, prior commit.
-``virStrerror``
-   The GLib ``g_strerror()`` function should be used instead,
-   which has a simpler calling convention as an added benefit.
-
-The following libvirt APIs have been deleted already:
-
-``VIR_AUTOPTR``, ``VIR_AUTOCLEAN``, ``VIR_AUTOFREE``
-   The GLib macros ``g_autoptr``, ``g_auto`` and ``g_autofree``
-   must be used instead in all new code. In existing code, the
-   GLib macros must never be mixed with libvirt macros within a
-   method, nor should they be mixed with ``VIR_FREE``. If
-   introducing GLib macros to an existing method, any use of
-   libvirt macros must be converted in an independent commit.
-``VIR_DEFINE_AUTOPTR_FUNC``, ``VIR_DEFINE_AUTOCLEAN_FUNC``
-   The GLib macros ``G_DEFINE_AUTOPTR_CLEANUP_FUNC`` and
-   ``G_DEFINE_AUTO_CLEANUP_CLEAR_FUNC`` must be used in all new
-   code. Existing code should be converted to the new macros where
-   relevant. It is permissible to use ``g_autoptr``, ``g_auto`` on
-   an object whose cleanup function is declared with the libvirt
-   macros and vice-versa.
-``VIR_AUTOUNREF``
-   The GLib macros ``g_autoptr`` and
-   ``G_DEFINE_AUTOPTR_CLEANUP_FUNC`` should be used to manage
-   autoclean of virObject classes. This matches usage with GObject
-   classes.
-``VIR_STRDUP``, ``VIR_STRNDUP``
-   Prefer the GLib APIs ``g_strdup`` and ``g_strndup``.
-
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| deleted version               | GLib version                         | Notes                                     |
-+===============================+======================================+===========================================+
-| ``VIR_AUTOPTR``               | ``g_autoptr``                        |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``VIR_AUTOCLEAN``             | ``g_auto``                           |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``VIR_AUTOFREE``              | ``g_autofree``                       | The GLib version does not use parentheses |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``VIR_AUTOUNREF``             | ``g_autoptr``                        | The cleanup function needs to be defined  |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``VIR_DEFINE_AUTOPTR_FUNC``   | ``G_DEFINE_AUTOPTR_CLEANUP_FUNC``    |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``VIR_DEFINE_AUTOCLEAN_FUNC`` | ``G_DEFINE_AUTO_CLEANUP_CLEAR_FUNC`` |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``VIR_STEAL_PTR``             | ``g_steal_pointer``                  | ``a = f(&b)`` instead of ``f(a, b)``      |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``VIR_RETURN_PTR``            | ``return g_steal_pointer``           |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``ARRAY_CARDINALITY``         | ``G_N_ELEMENTS``                     |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``ATTRIBUTE_FALLTHROUGH``     | ``G_GNUC_FALLTHROUGH``               |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``ATTRIBUTE_FMT_PRINTF``      | ``G_GNUC_PRINTF``                    |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``ATTRIBUTE_NOINLINE``        | ``G_GNUC_NO_INLINE``                 |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``ATTRIBUTE_NORETURN``        | ``G_GNUC_NORETURN``                  |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``ATTRIBUTE_RETURN_CHECK``    | ``G_GNUC_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT``        |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``ATTRIBUTE_SENTINEL``        | ``G_GNUC_NULL_TERMINATED``           |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED``          | ``G_GNUC_UNUSED``                    |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``VIR_STRDUP``                | ``g_strdup``                         |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``VIR_STRNDUP``               | ``g_strndup``                        |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-| ``virStrerror``               | ``g_strerror``                       |                                           |
-+-------------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
-- 
2.26.2


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