[cairo] Fwd: PangAttrShape destroy func firing unexepctedly
travisgriggs at gmail.com
Wed Sep 8 08:28:47 PDT 2010
And my one other question (apologies for the cross posting if it's
bad, once upon a time, I was tol I'd probably have as much luck here
> On Sep 7, 2010, at 6:23 PM, Travis Griggs wrote:
>> What My Binding Ended up Looking Like (for now)
>> With Behdad's and Tony's direction, I established a single shape
>> renderer for any Context I create a binding for in Smalltalk. When
>> I'm creating the attribute, I do it with the two rectangles, and
>> with a Block Closure. Block Closures are Smalltalk arbitrary
>> functions, that close over any current values needed for the
>> function. So I get both data and behavior all in one, a lot, or a
>> little. I keep a table on the Smalltalk side, which maps Smalltalk
>> blocks, to an arbitrary incrementing counter. The index, is what I
>> stuff in the data of the attribute. So when I get the callback, I
>> fetch the Smalltalk block associated with the particular
>> attribute's data key, execute the block with the mapped arguments.
>> Works pretty well.
> Or maybe it doesn't work so well. It works well as long as I don't
> try to clean out said table.
> If I do the following pseudo code:
> attList = pango_attr_list_new();
> attribute = pango_attr_shape_new_with_data( rect1, rect2, aNumber,
> null, aDestoryFunc );
> pango_attr_list_insert( attList, attribute );
> layout = pango_layout_new(context);
> pango_layout_set_attributes( layout, attList );
> pango_cairo_show_layout( cr, layout );
> Something weird happens. aDestroyFunc happens sometime after I do
> the show_layout. Which is weird (and currently undesirable) to me.
> I've been grousing around the pango source, haven't seen where it's
> happening yet. I know that after the show, the attList still has a
> ref count of 2 (one from me creating it, and the other from the
> layout), so it's not destroying it there. I must be missing part of
> the memory management model here, any help much appreciated, trying
> to get this stuff figured out so I can give glowing reports when
> talking about binding to it next week at ESUG.
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