Commit a8583c03 authored by Sebastian Dröge's avatar Sebastian Dröge 🍵

gstreamer-editing-services-sys: Remove duplicated enum values

parent 2b15e4b3
......@@ -2536,22 +2536,15 @@ if no track elements are created or an error occurred.</doc>
</function-macro>
<enumeration name="Edge" glib:type-name="GESEdge" glib:get-type="ges_edge_get_type" c:type="GESEdge">
<doc xml:space="preserve">The edges of an object contain in a #GESTimeline or #GESTrack</doc>
<member name="edge_start" value="0" c:identifier="GES_EDGE_START" glib:nick="edge_start">
<doc xml:space="preserve">Represents the start of an object.</doc>
</member>
<member name="start" value="0" c:identifier="GES_EDGE_START" glib:nick="start">
<doc xml:space="preserve">Represents the start of an object.</doc>
</member>
<member name="edge_end" value="1" c:identifier="GES_EDGE_END" glib:nick="edge_end">
<doc xml:space="preserve">Represents the end of an object.</doc>
</member>
<member name="end" value="1" c:identifier="GES_EDGE_END" glib:nick="end">
<doc xml:space="preserve">Represents the end of an object.</doc>
</member>
<member name="edge_none" value="2" c:identifier="GES_EDGE_NONE" glib:nick="edge_none">
<doc xml:space="preserve">Represent the fact we are not working with any edge of an
object.</doc>
</member>
<member name="none" value="2" c:identifier="GES_EDGE_NONE" glib:nick="none">
<doc xml:space="preserve">Represent the fact we are not working with any edge of an
object.</doc>
......@@ -2593,13 +2586,7 @@ the "edit position" is the timeline time used as part of the edit.
You can also find more explanation about the behaviour of those modes at:
[trim, ripple and roll](http://pitivi.org/manual/trimming.html)
and [clip management](http://pitivi.org/manual/usingclips.html).</doc>
<member name="edit_normal" value="0" c:identifier="GES_EDIT_MODE_NORMAL" glib:nick="edit_normal">
<doc xml:space="preserve">The element is edited the normal way (default).
This only moves a single element. If acting on the start edge of the
element, the element's start time is set to the edit position.
If acting on end edge of the element, the element's duration time
is set such that its end time matches the edit position.</doc>
</member>
<member name="normal" value="0" c:identifier="GES_EDIT_MODE_NORMAL" glib:nick="normal">
<doc xml:space="preserve">The element is edited the normal way (default).
This only moves a single element. If acting on the start edge of the
......@@ -2607,17 +2594,7 @@ and [clip management](http://pitivi.org/manual/usingclips.html).</doc>
If acting on end edge of the element, the element's duration time
is set such that its end time matches the edit position.</doc>
</member>
<member name="edit_ripple" value="1" c:identifier="GES_EDIT_MODE_RIPPLE" glib:nick="edit_ripple">
<doc xml:space="preserve">The element is edited in ripple mode. This
shifts the element and all later elements (those with equal or later
start times) in the timeline by the same amount. If acting on the
element as a whole, the element's start time is shifted to the edit
position, and later elements are also shifted by the same amount. If
acting on the end edge of the element, the element's **duration time**
is shifted so that the element's end time matches the edit position,
and later elements have their **start time** shifted by the same
amount.</doc>
</member>
<member name="ripple" value="1" c:identifier="GES_EDIT_MODE_RIPPLE" glib:nick="ripple">
<doc xml:space="preserve">The element is edited in ripple mode. This
shifts the element and all later elements (those with equal or later
......@@ -2629,20 +2606,7 @@ and [clip management](http://pitivi.org/manual/usingclips.html).</doc>
and later elements have their **start time** shifted by the same
amount.</doc>
</member>
<member name="edit_roll" value="2" c:identifier="GES_EDIT_MODE_ROLL" glib:nick="edit_roll">
<doc xml:space="preserve">The element is edited in roll mode. This trims
the edge of an element and neighbouring edges (opposite edges of other
elements in the timeline with the same corresponding time value), such
that the edges remain in contact. If acting on the start edge of the
element, the start edge is trimmed to the edit position (see
#GES_EDIT_MODE_TRIM), and any other elements in the timeline whose end
time matches the edited element's start time (evaluated before the
edit) will have their **end** edge trimmed to the same edit position.
Similarly, if acting on the end edge of the element, the end edge is
trimmed to the edit position, and any other elements in the timeline
whose start time matches the edited element's end time will have
their start edge trimmed to the same edit position.</doc>
</member>
<member name="roll" value="2" c:identifier="GES_EDIT_MODE_ROLL" glib:nick="roll">
<doc xml:space="preserve">The element is edited in roll mode. This trims
the edge of an element and neighbouring edges (opposite edges of other
......@@ -2657,19 +2621,7 @@ and [clip management](http://pitivi.org/manual/usingclips.html).</doc>
whose start time matches the edited element's end time will have
their start edge trimmed to the same edit position.</doc>
</member>
<member name="edit_trim" value="3" c:identifier="GES_EDIT_MODE_TRIM" glib:nick="edit_trim">
<doc xml:space="preserve">The element is edited in trim mode. This shifts
the edge of a single element while maintaining the timing of
its internal content in the timeline, so the samples/frames/etc of a
source would still appear at the same timeline time when it is played.
If acting on the start edge of the element, the element's start time
will be shifted to the edit position and the element's in-point time
will be shifted by the same amount. Additionally, the element's
duration time will be shifted the other way such that the element's
end time remains the same. If acting on end edge of the element, the
element's duration time is set such that its end time matches the edit
position.</doc>
</member>
<member name="trim" value="3" c:identifier="GES_EDIT_MODE_TRIM" glib:nick="trim">
<doc xml:space="preserve">The element is edited in trim mode. This shifts
the edge of a single element while maintaining the timing of
......@@ -2683,18 +2635,7 @@ and [clip management](http://pitivi.org/manual/usingclips.html).</doc>
element's duration time is set such that its end time matches the edit
position.</doc>
</member>
<member name="edit_slide" value="4" c:identifier="GES_EDIT_MODE_SLIDE" glib:nick="edit_slide">
<doc xml:space="preserve">The element is edited in slide mode (not yet
implemented). This shifts the element and will trim the edges of
neighbouring edges on either side accordingly. If acting on the
element as a whole, the element's start time is shifted to the edit
position. Any other elements in the timeline whose end time matches
the edited element's start time (evaluated before the edit) will have
their end edge trimmed to the same edit position. Additionally, any
other elements in the timeline whose start time matches the edited
element's end time will have their start edge trimmed to match the
edited element's **new** end time.</doc>
</member>
<member name="slide" value="4" c:identifier="GES_EDIT_MODE_SLIDE" glib:nick="slide">
<doc xml:space="preserve">The element is edited in slide mode (not yet
implemented). This shifts the element and will trim the edges of
......
......@@ -89,3 +89,9 @@ xmlstarlet ed --pf --inplace \
--type attr --name 'c:type' --value 'guint8' \
GstSdp-1.0.gir
# Remove duplicated enums
xmlstarlet ed --pf --inplace \
--delete '//_:enumeration[@name="EditMode"]/_:member[starts-with(@name, "edit_")]' \
--delete '//_:enumeration[@name="Edge"]/_:member[starts-with(@name, "edge_")]' \
GES-1.0.gir
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