Re: [Evolution-hackers] E-VCard API

And am I supposed to call g_list_foreach (attr_param_list,  (GFunc)
e_vcard_attribute_param_free, NULL);

and g_list_foreach (attr_list, (GFunc) e_vcard_attribute_free, NULL); ?

Evolution doesn't seem to call the first one when getting the params
list, which could be a leak. However, when I'm calling those functions,
I get a crash with an invalid backtrace so I'm a bit puzzled.

I'm at the end of my implementation, sorry if I'm harassing you with
those mails but I like to be sure of what I'm doing and as all things
are not documented yet, I prefer to ask.

Thank you very much;

Le jeu, 29/04/2004 à 10:30 -0700, Chris Toshok a écrit :
> not if you only run the inner loop if the attribute name is "TEL"..
> Chris
> On Thu, 2004-04-29 at 14:52 +0200, Damien Sandras wrote:
> > Le jeu, 29/04/2004 à 17:33 +0530, Sivaiah N a écrit :
> > 
> > [...]
> > 
> > > Once you find an attribute having a parameter with name as "TYPE" and
> > > value as X-GNOME-MEETING_SPEEDDIAL , you can call
> > > e_vcard_attribute_get_value or e_vcard_attribute_get_values on that
> > > attribute. Not sure though :) 
> > > 
> > 
> > Well, that's what I'm currently doing, but as I'm playing with lists of
> > lists of lists and that the attribute is in the top-level list, but
> > X-GNOMEMEETING_SPEEDDIAL in one of the sublist, isn't there a risk to
> > get a value for something else that TYPE/X-GNOMEMEETING_SPEEDDIAL ?
> > 

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