Creates and initializes an instance of
type is valid and
can be instantiated. The type system only performs basic allocation
and structure setups for instances: actual instance creation should
happen through functions supplied by the type’s fundamental type
implementation. So use of
g_type_create_instance() is reserved for
implementers of fundamental types only. E.g. instances of the
GObject hierarchy should be created via
g_object_new() and never
g_type_create_instance() which doesn’t handle things
like singleton objects or object construction.
The extended members of the returned instance are guaranteed to be filled with zeros.
Note: Do not use this function, unless you’re implementing a
fundamental type. Also language bindings should not use this
An allocated and initialized instance, subject to further treatment by the fundamental type implementation.
|The data is owned by the called function.|