Re: deprecation lost

On Fri, 2002-11-29 at 22:01, Owen Taylor wrote:
> Matthias Clasen <maclas gmx de> writes:
> > Multiple deprecation guards in gdk headers have been changed to
> > 
> > #if !defined (GDK_DISABLE_DEPRECATED) || defined (GDK_COMPILATION)
> > 
> > (I think this happened during deprecation cleanups.) Unfortunately,
> > gtk-doc doesn't grok this, so that the affected symbols have lost their
> > deprecation, at least documentation-wise.
> > 
> > Can we do this differently ?
> Hmm, I looked at the the code in gtk-doc when we tried to figure
> out how to do it, and it looked like it would grok it ... it seemed 
> that having GDK_DISABLE_DEPRECATED anywhere on the line would be enough.

I believe it doesn't match those lines at all, since the regex is


the first \w* matches nothing, \s+ matches the single space after if,
but the ! which comes then doesn't fit in (\w+).  

> Suggestions for how to do it differently? I don't see that it
> is possible. (The requirement being a way to include certain
> deprecated header bits when compiling GDK or GTK.)

I guess we have to do some regex fiddling to match both



#if !defined(DEPRECATION_GUARD) || ..


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