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Static Public Member Functions
|static char||errorMessage (int error)|
|Translate a Win32 error code (as returned by GetLastError()) into the corresponding message. |
|static char||getlocale ()|
|The setlocale() function in the Microsoft C library uses locale names of the form "English_United States.1252" etc. |
|static char||getPackageInstallationDirectory (char p, char dllName)|
|Try to determine the installation directory for a software package. |
|static char||getPackageInstallationSubdirectory (char p, char dllName, char subdir)|
|Returns a newly-allocated string containing the path of the subdirectory subdir in the return value from calling g_win32_get_package_installation_directory() with the package and dll_name parameters. |
|static uint||getWindowsVersion ()|
|Returns version information for the Windows operating system the code is running on. |
|static char||localeFilenameFromUtf8 (char utf8filename)|
|Converts a filename from UTF-8 to the system codepage. |
Translate a Win32 error code (as returned by GetLastError()) into the corresponding message.
The message is either language neutral, or in the thread's language, or the user's language, the system's language, or US English (see docs for FormatMessage()). The returned string is in UTF-8. It should be deallocated with g_free(). error: error code. Returns: newly-allocated error message
|static char  glib.WindowsUtils.WindowsUtils.getlocale||(||)||
The setlocale() function in the Microsoft C library uses locale names of the form "English_United States.1252" etc.
We want the UNIXish standard form "en_US", "zh_TW" etc. This function gets the current thread locale from Windows - without any encoding info - and returns it as a string of the above form for use in forming file names etc. The returned string should be deallocated with g_free(). Returns: newly-allocated locale name.
|static char  glib.WindowsUtils.WindowsUtils.getPackageInstallationDirectory||(||char||p,|
Try to determine the installation directory for a software package.
Typically used by GNU software packages. package should be a short identifier for the package. Typically it is the same identifier as used for GETTEXT_PACKAGE in software configured according to GNU standards. The function first looks in the Windows Registry for the value InstallationDirectory in the key HKLM, and if that value exists and is a string, returns that. If package is NULL, or the above value isn't found in the Registry, but dll_name is non-NULL, it should name a DLL loaded into the current process. Typically that would be the name of the DLL calling this function, looking for its installation directory. The function then asks Windows what directory that DLL was loaded from. If that directory's last component is "bin" or "lib", the parent directory is returned, otherwise the directory itself. If that DLL isn't loaded, the function proceeds as if dll_name was NULL. If both package and dll_name are NULL, the directory from where the main executable of the process was loaded is used instead in the same way as above. package: An identifier for a software package, or NULL, in UTF-8 dll_name: The name of a DLL that a package provides, or NULL, in UTF-8 Returns: a string containing the installation directory for package. The string is in the GLib file name encoding, i.e. UTF-8 on Windows. The return value should be freed with g_free() when not needed any longer.
|static char  glib.WindowsUtils.WindowsUtils.getPackageInstallationSubdirectory||(||char||p,|
Returns a newly-allocated string containing the path of the subdirectory subdir in the return value from calling g_win32_get_package_installation_directory() with the package and dll_name parameters.
package: An identifier for a software package, in UTF-8, or NULL dll_name: The name of a DLL that a package provides, in UTF-8, or NULL subdir: A subdirectory of the package installation directory, also in UTF-8 Returns: a string containing the complete path to subdir inside the installation directory of package. The returned string is in the GLib file name encoding, i.e. UTF-8 on Windows. The return value should be freed with g_free() when no longer needed.
|static uint glib.WindowsUtils.WindowsUtils.getWindowsVersion||(||)||
Returns version information for the Windows operating system the code is running on.
See MSDN documentation for the GetVersion() function. To summarize, the most significant bit is one on Win9x, and zero on NT-based systems. Since version 2.14, GLib works only on NT-based systems, so checking whether your are running on Win9x in your own software is moot. The least significant byte is 4 on Windows NT 4, and 5 on Windows XP. Software that needs really detailled version and feature information should use Win32 API like GetVersionEx() and VerifyVersionInfo(). Returns: The version information. Since 2.6
|static char  glib.WindowsUtils.WindowsUtils.localeFilenameFromUtf8||(||char||utf8filename||)||
Converts a filename from UTF-8 to the system codepage.
On NT-based Windows, on NTFS file systems, file names are in Unicode. It is quite possible that Unicode file names contain characters not representable in the system codepage. (For instance, Greek or Cyrillic characters on Western European or US Windows installations, or various less common CJK characters on CJK Windows installations.) In such a case, and if the filename refers to an existing file, and the file system stores alternate short (8.3) names for directory entries, the short form of the filename is returned. Note that the "short" name might in fact be longer than the Unicode name if the Unicode name has very short pathname components containing non-ASCII characters. If no system codepage name for the file is possible, NULL is returned. The return value is dynamically allocated and should be freed with g_free() when no longer needed. utf8filename: a UTF-8 encoded filename. Returns: The converted filename, or NULL on conversion failure and lack of short names. Since 2.8