g_bytes_new_take (
  gpointer data,
  gsize size


Creates a new GBytes from data.

After this call, data belongs to the bytes and may no longer be modified by the caller. g_free() will be called on data when the bytes is no longer in use. Because of this data must have been created by a call to g_malloc(), g_malloc0() or g_realloc() or by one of the many functions that wrap these calls (such as g_new(), g_strdup(), etc).

For creating GBytes with memory from other allocators, see g_bytes_new_with_free_func().

data may be NULL if size is 0.

Available since:2.32


data An array of guint8
   the data to be used for the bytes.
 The length of the array is specified in the size argument.
size gsize

The size of data.

Return value

Returns: GBytes

A new GBytes.

 The caller of the function takes ownership of the data, and is responsible for freeing it.