Defines the appropriate cleanup function for a type.
With this definition, it will be possible to use
This function will be rarely used. It is used with pointer-based
typedefs and non-pointer types where the value of the variable
represents a resource that must be freed. Two examples are
and file descriptors.
none specifies the “none” value for the type in question. It is
probably something like
-1. If the variable is found to
contain this value then the free function will not be called.
G_DEFINE_AUTO_CLEANUP_FREE_FUNC(GStrv, g_strfreev, NULL)
This macro should be used unconditionally; it is a no-op on compilers where cleanup is not supported.
Available since: 2.44
This function is not directly available to language bindings.