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/* -*- Mode: C; indent-tabs-mode:nil; c-basic-offset: 8-*- */

 * This file is part of The Croco Library
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of version 2.1 of the GNU Lesser General Public
 * License as published by the Free Software Foundation.
 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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 *Declaration file of the #CRString class.

#ifndef __CR_STRING_H__
#define __CR_STRING_H__

#include <glib.h>
#include "cr-utils.h"
#include "cr-parsing-location.h"


typedef struct _CRString CRString ;

 *This is a ship implementation of string based on GString.
 *Actually, the aim of CRString is to store the parsing location
 *(line,column,byte offset) at which a given string has been parsed
 *in the input CSS.
 *So this class has a gstring field of type GString that users can
 *freely manipulate, and also a CRParginLocation type where the
 *parsing location is store. If you don't want to deal with parsing
 *location stuffs, then use GString instead. If we were in C++ for example,
 *CRString would just inherit GString and just add accessors to
 *the CRParsingLocation data ... but we are not and we still have
 *to provide the parsing location information.
00052 struct _CRString {
       *The GString where all the string
       *operation happen.
00057       GString *stryng ;
       *The parsing location storage area.
00061       CRParsingLocation location ;
} ;

CRString * cr_string_new (void) ;

CRString  *cr_string_new_from_string (const gchar * a_string) ;
CRString * cr_string_new_from_gstring (GString *a_string) ;
CRString *cr_string_dup (CRString *a_this) ;
gchar *cr_string_dup2 (CRString *a_this) ;
const gchar *cr_string_peek_raw_str (CRString *a_this) ;
gint cr_string_peek_raw_str_len (CRString *a_this) ;
void cr_string_destroy (CRString *a_this) ;



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