[gstreamer-bugs] [Bug 539055] Gst*Pad* new functions don't initialze the object's instance with the construction properties.
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------- Comment #6 from Murray Cumming 2008-06-20 05:56 UTC -------
> I was under the impression, obviously in error, that the property names could
> be taken from the parameter name -- sorry
Normally they are, though it's just an informal convention. It's easy for us to
workaround when they differ, by hand-coding the implementation in our .ccg
file, using the _CONSTRUCT() macro, as you'll see in many gtkmm .ccg files.
> How can I find the constructor property names for example for GstGhostPad
You can look at the implementation of the _new() functions, looking for the
call to g_object_new(). But when they do much more than call g_object_new()
then that's a bug in the C library. For instance:
I suggest that you close this bug unless you have a problem with a specific C
function. So far it's unlikely to make much sense to the gstreamer developers.
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