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#ifndef VISU_CONFIGFILE_H
#define VISU_CONFIGFILE_H

#include <glib.h>
#include "visu_data.h"

/**
 * VisuConfigFile_struct:
 *
 * This structure contains private informations about a key in the config files.
 */
struct VisuConfigFileEntry_struct;
/**
 * VisuConfigFile:
 *
 * This is the common name of the structure.
 */
typedef struct VisuConfigFileEntry_struct VisuConfigFileEntry;

/**
 * VISU_CONFIGFILE_PARAMETER:
 *
 * This defines a parameter entry in the config files.
 */
#define VISU_CONFIGFILE_PARAMETER 0
/**
 * VISU_CONFIGFILE_RESOURCE:
 *
 * This defines a resource entry in the config files.
 */
#define VISU_CONFIGFILE_RESOURCE 1

/**
 * visuConfigFileReadFunc:
 * @lines: an array of strings ;
 * @nbLines: an integer ;
 * @position: an integer ;
 * @errorMessage: a pointer to a GString or NULL.
 *
 * This prototype corresponds to methods called when an entry is
 * found. The @lines argument is an array of lines read from the files.
 * These strings are copies and can be modified but not freed. There are
 * @nbLines and this value correspond to the number of lines defined
 * for the entry. The @errorMessage arguument is used to store some text
 * messages. They should be in UTF8. The @position argument give the number
 * of the first line given in @lines argument.
 * Will be soon deprecated.
 *
 * Returns: TRUE if everything goes right, FALSE otherwise.
 */
typedef gboolean (*visuConfigFileReadFunc)(gchar **lines, int nbLines,
                                 int position, GString *errorMessage);
/**
 * configFileReadFunc:
 * @lines: an array of strings ;
 * @nbLines: an integer ;
 * @position: an integer ;
 * @dataObj: a #VisuData object ;
 * @error: a pointer to a GError pointer.
 *
 * This prototype corresponds to methods called when an entry is
 * found. The @lines argument is an array of lines read from the files.
 * These strings are copies and can be modified but not freed. There are
 * @nbLines and this value correspond to the number of lines defined
 * for the entry. The @error argument is used to store some text
 * messages and error ids. They should be in UTF8. The @error argument
 * must be initialised with (GError*)0. The @position argument give the number
 * of the first line given in @lines argument. If the @dataObj argument is not null,
 * some updates should be done with read values.
 *
 * Returns: TRUE if everything goes right, FALSE otherwise.
 */
typedef gboolean (*configFileReadFunc)(gchar **lines, int nbLines,
                               int position, VisuData *dataObj, GError **error);
/**
 * visuConfigFileExportFunc:
 * @data: an empty GString to store the export ;
 * @nbLinesWritten: a pointer to store the number of lines written ;
 * @dataObj: a #VisuData object.
 *
 * This prototype defines a method that is used to export some resources
 * or parameters. The @data argument is an empty GString where the export has
 * to be written. If the argument @dataObj is not null, only resources related
 * to the #VisuData object should be exported (for parameters files, @dataObj is
 * always NULL).
 *
 * Returns: TRUE if everything goes right, FALSE otherwise.
 */
typedef gboolean (*visuConfigFileExportFunc)(GString *data, int *nbLinesWritten,
                                   VisuData* dataObj);
/**
 * foreachFuncExport_struct:
 * @data:
 * @nbLinesWritten:
 * @dataObj:
 *
 * This structure can be used to encapsulate the arguments of an export method
 * when used in a foreach glib loop.
 */
00144 struct foreachFuncExport_struct
{
  GString *data;
  int *nbLinesWritten;
  VisuData *dataObj;
};


/**
 * visuConfigFileAdd_entry:
 * @kind: an integer ;
 * @key: a string (should not be NULL) ;
 * @description: a string (can be NULL) ;
 * @nbLines: an integer ;
 * @readFunc: a visuConfigFileReadFunc.
 *
 * This creates a new #VisuConfigFileEntry object with the given
 * values. The key argument is copied.
 *
 * Returns: the newly created #VisuConfigFileEntry object.
 */
VisuConfigFileEntry* visuConfigFileAdd_entry(int kind, gchar *key, gchar* description,
                                   int nbLines, visuConfigFileReadFunc readFunc);
/**
 * visuConfigFileAdd_exportFunction:
 * @kind: an integer to identify resources or parameters ;
 * @writeFunc: a visuConfigFileExportFunc method.
 *
 * This stores the @writeFunc given. It will be called when resources or parameters
 * will be exported to disk.
 */
void visuConfigFileAdd_exportFunction(int kind, visuConfigFileExportFunc writeFunc);

/**
 * visuConfigFileSet_tag:
 * @entry: a #VisuConfigFileEntry object ;
 * @tag: a string.
 *
 * This method is used to set a tag to the given entry. This tag is used
 * to ignore or not the entry when the file is read. The @tag argument
 * is copied.
 */
void visuConfigFileSet_tag(VisuConfigFileEntry *entry, gchar *tag);

/**
 * visuConfigFileLoad:
 * @kind: an integer to identify the kind of file ;
 * @fileName: the path to file to read ;
 * @message: a pointer to a *GString.
 *
 * Try to load the resources/parameters from the file name given in
 * parameter. The parameter @message is a buffer to store a
 * message, it can be NULL, then no message are generated.
 *
 * Returns: TRUE if everything goes right. If @message is not NULL it
 *          should be freed with g_string_free().
 */
gboolean visuConfigFileLoad(int kind, const char* fileName, GString **message);
/**
 * visuConfigFileSave:
 * @kind: an integer to identify the kind of file ;
 * @fileName: the path to file to read ;
 * @message: a pointer to a *GString (can be NULL) ;
 * @lines: a pointer to an integer (can be NULL) ;
 * @dataObj: a #VisuData object (can be NULL).
 *
 * Try to export the resources/parameters to the file name given in
 * parameter. The parameter @message is a buffer to store a
 * message, it can be NULL, then no message are generated. If @lines argument
 * is not NULL, and everything went right, it stores the number of written lines.
 * If the argument @dataObj is not null, only resources related
 * to the #VisuData object should be exported (for parameters files, @dataObj is
 * always NULL).
 *
 * Returns: TRUE if everything goes right. If @message is not NULL it
 *          should be freed with g_string_free().
 */
gboolean visuConfigFileSave(int kind, const char* fileName, GString **message,
                      int *lines, VisuData *dataObj);

/**
 * visuConfigFileAdd_knownTag:
 * @tag: a string (not nul or empty).
 *
 * If parameter entries have a tag, they are ignored except if their tag
 * has been declared using this method.
 */
void visuConfigFileAdd_knownTag(gchar* tag);

/**
 * visuConfigFileSet_floatValue:
 * @variable: a pointer to a storage for the value ;
 * @value: the value to put in the storage ;
 * @min: a lower bound ;
 * @max: a upper bound.
 *
 * It puts value in a variable if value is in min and max
 * or put min or max in if not. It return true if value
 * is out of bounds. Min and max are inclusive values.
 * If there is no max bounds then put max at a lower
 * value than min and if there is no min bound, put min
 * at a higher value than max.
 *
 * Returns: TRUE if the value is out of bounds.
 */
int visuConfigFileSet_floatValue(float *variable, float value, float min, float max);

/**
 * visuConfigFileGet_validPath:
 * @kind: an integer identifier ;
 * @mode: a value from R_OK, W_OK and X_OK as described in unistd.h.
 * @utf8: if 1, the path is return in UTF-8 format, otherwise, the locale
 * of the file system is used.
 *
 * Test the entries of the hadoc list to find
 * a valid position to read or write a config file.
 * It tests access for the specified file.
 *
 * Returns: the first valid path find in the list of known paths.
 */
gchar* visuConfigFileGet_validPath(int kind, int mode, int utf8);
/**
 * visuConfigFileGet_nextValidPath:
 * @kind: an integer identifier ;
 * @accessMode: a value from R_OK, W_OK and X_OK as described in unistd.h ;
 * @list: a pointer to a valid *GList ;
 * @utf8: if 1, the path is return in UTF-8 format, otherwise, the locale
 * of the file system is used.
 *
 * Test the entries of the given list to find
 * a valid position to read or write a config file.
 * It tests access for the specified file. After a call to this
 * method the @list argument points to the next entry in the list, after
 * the one found.
 *
 * Returns: the first valid path find in the given list of paths.
 */
gchar* visuConfigFileGet_nextValidPath(int kind, int accessMode, GList **list, int utf8);
/**
 * visuConfigFileGet_defaultFileName:
 * @kind: an integer identifier.
 *
 * This methods is used to get the filename used for different
 * config files.
 *
 * Returns: the filename of config file. The returned *gchar is
 *          owned by V_Sim and should not be freed or modified.
 */
gchar* visuConfigFileGet_defaultFileName(int kind);
/**
 * visuConfigFileGet_pathList:
 * @kind: an integer identifier.
 *
 * V_Sim stores a list of paths where to look for resources or parameters
 * files, this method is used to get these lists.
 *
 * Returns: the list of the parameters or resources paths. This list is read-only.
 */
GList* visuConfigFileGet_pathList(int kind);


/**
 * visuConfigFile_init:
 *
 * Initialization, should not be called.
 *
 * Returns: 1 if everything goes right.
 */
int visuConfigFile_init();


#endif

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