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2004-04-19

2004-04-19 23:01:42 by Martin Nilsson <mani@lysator.liu.se>

We are not autodoc

Rev: src/post_modules/GL/gen.pike:1.23

47:   }      /* -  *! Generate an array with information about how the function may -  *! be called. This function is used to generate prototype information -  *! for functions which may accept 1/2/3/4/array() parameters. -  *! -  *! @arg mi -  *! Minimum number of arguments which should be accepted. Only the mi first -  *! arguments will be required, the rest may be void. -  *! -  *! @arg mx -  *! Maximum number of arguments which should be accepted. -  *! -  *! @arg a -  *! If 0, output allows for non-arrays. -  *! If 1, output only allows for arrays. -  *! -  *! @arg ty -  *! Argument type, one of E, B, I, O, D, F, R, Z, Q. -  *! -  *! @returns -  *! array(array(string), string, string, string) where -  *! the first element is an array containing the prototype for -  *! each paramter for this function. -  *! -  *! The second element is some strange thing. -  *! -  *! The third element is the types of values that may be passed -  *! as parameters to the function. This is used to check input to -  *! the function. -  *! -  *! The fourth element describes, as a string, what types of input the -  *! function accepts. This value is used to choose which lowlevel GL function -  *! to call. +  * Generate an array with information about how the function may +  * be called. This function is used to generate prototype information +  * for functions which may accept 1/2/3/4/array() parameters. +  * +  * @arg mi +  * Minimum number of arguments which should be accepted. Only the mi first +  * arguments will be required, the rest may be void. +  * +  * @arg mx +  * Maximum number of arguments which should be accepted. +  * +  * @arg a +  * If 0, output allows for non-arrays. +  * If 1, output only allows for arrays. +  * +  * @arg ty +  * Argument type, one of E, B, I, O, D, F, R, Z, Q. +  * +  * @returns +  * array(array(string), string, string, string) where +  * the first element is an array containing the prototype for +  * each paramter for this function. +  * +  * The second element is some strange thing. +  * +  * The third element is the types of values that may be passed +  * as parameters to the function. This is used to check input to +  * the function. +  * +  * The fourth element describes, as a string, what types of input the +  * function accepts. This value is used to choose which lowlevel GL function +  * to call.    */   array(string|array(string)) special_234(int mi, int mx, string ty, int|void a)   {