Re: Library introspection

Have you tried to play with the --identifier-prefix= and
--symbol-prefix= options for g-ir-scanner?

something like :

--identifier-prefix=DMAP --identifier-prefix=DAAP
--identifier-prefix=DPAP --symbol-prefix=dmap --symbol-prefix=daap

Hopefully, the subnames don't clash.


On Fri, 2014-06-20 at 20:50 -0400, W. Michael Petullo wrote:
I am the maintainer of libdmapsharing, and I would like to make my
library available to languages other than C using GObject introspection.
Libdmapsharing allows programs to interact using iTunes' (and iPhoto's,
etc.) DMAP protocol.

I am afraid that I may have a problem with the naming of my library's
symbols.  Some of my objects begin with DMAP_, but others begin with
DAAP_ or DPAP_. Similarly, some of my methods begin with dmap_, but
others begin with daap_ or dpap_. When I process the library using
g-ir-scanner and -compiler, I find that the tools complain with "Unknown
namespace for identifier DAAP".

It seems I may have committed a GObject faux pas. Is there a way around
this? Or will I have to rename the suspect symbols, breaking API

Thank you,

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