Introspection annotation



programming
A kind of pragma that makes information about the implementation of a program available to the program at run-time, allowing it to do introspection.
For example, gtk-doc defines a GObject Introspection syntax for annotations that give machine readable information about function parameters and return values, though these don’t appear to be intended for actual introspection.
(2010-01-19)

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