Message handlers represent a single message type on the Efl.Loop parent object. These message handlers can be used to listen for that message type by listening to the message event for the generic case or a class specific event type to get specific message object typing correct.
Implement this method to provide optional initialization code for your object.
Efl_Object *efl_constructor(Eo *obj);
Implement this method to provide deinitialization code for your object if you need it.
void efl_destructor(Eo *obj);
Creates a new message object of the correct type for this message type.
Efl_Loop_Message *efl_loop_message_handler_message_add(Eo *obj);
Overide me (implement) then call super after calling the right callback type if you specialize the message type.
void efl_loop_message_handler_message_call(Eo *obj, Efl_Loop_Message *message);
Delete all queued messages belonging to this message handler that are pending on the queue so they are not processed later.
Eina_Bool efl_loop_message_handler_message_clear(Eo *obj);
Place the message on the queue to be called later when message_process() is called on the loop object.
void efl_loop_message_handler_message_send(Eo *obj, Efl_Loop_Message *message);
|allow_parent_unref (get, set)||Allow an object to be deleted by unref even if it has a parent.|
|children_iterator_new||Get an iterator on all children.|
|comment (get, set)||A human readable comment for the object.|
|composite_attach||Make an object a composite object of another.|
|composite_detach||Detach a composite object from another object.|
|composite_part_is||Check if an object is part of a composite object.|
|debug_name_override||Build a read-only name for this object used for debugging.|
|event_callback_forwarder_del||Remove an event callback forwarder for a specified event and object.|
|event_callback_forwarder_priority_add|| Add an event callback forwarder that will make this object emit an event whenever another object (
|event_callback_stop||Stop the current callback call.|
|event_freeze||Freeze events of this object.|
| ||event_global_freeze||Globally freeze events for ALL EFL OBJECTS.|
| ||event_global_freeze_count (get)|
| ||event_global_thaw||Globally thaw events for ALL EFL OBJECTS.|
|event_thaw||Thaw events of object.|
|finalize||Implement this method to finish the initialization of your object after all (if any) user-provided configuration methods have been executed.|
|invalidate||Implement this method to perform special actions when your object loses its parent, if you need to.|
|name (get, set)||The name of the object.|
|name_find||Find a child object with the given name and return it.|
|parent (get, set)||The parent of an object.|
|provider_find||Searches upwards in the object tree for a provider which knows the given class/interface.|
|provider_register||Will register a manager of a specific class to be answered by Efl.Object.provider_find.|
|provider_unregister||Will unregister a manager of a specific class that was previously registered and answered by Efl.Object.provider_find.|
The message payload data
|del||Object is being deleted. See Efl.Object.destructor.|
|destruct||Object has been fully destroyed. It can not be used beyond this point. This event should only serve to clean up any reference you keep to the object.|
|invalidate||Object is being invalidated and losing its parent. See Efl.Object.invalidate.|
|noref||Object has lost its last reference, only parent relationship is keeping it alive. Advanced usage.|
|ownership,shared||Object has acquired a second reference. It has multiple owners now. Triggered whenever increasing the refcount from one to two, it will not trigger by further increasing the refcount beyond two.|
|ownership,unique||Object has lost a reference and only one is left. It has just one owner now. Triggered whenever the refcount goes from two to one.|