Type Alias

CGDataProviderReleaseBytePointerCallback

A callback function that releases the pointer Core Graphics obtained by calling CGDataProviderGetBytePointerCallback.

Declaration

typealias CGDataProviderReleaseBytePointerCallback = (UnsafeMutableRawPointer?, UnsafeRawPointer) -> Void

Parameters

info

A generic pointer to private data shared among your callback functions. This is the same pointer you supplied to CGDataProviderCreateDirectAccess.

pointer

A pointer to your provider data. This is the same pointer you returned in CGDataProviderGetBytePointerCallback.

Discussion

When Core Graphics no longer needs direct access to your provider data, your function is called. You may safely modify, move, or release your provider data at this time.

For information on how to associate your function with a direct-access data provider, see CGDataProviderCreateDirectAccess and CGDataProviderDirectAccessCallbacks.

See Also

Creating Direct-Access Data Providers

init?(data: CFData)

Creates a data provider that reads from a CFData object.

init?(url: CFURL)

Creates a direct-access data provider that uses a URL to supply data.

init?(filename: UnsafePointer<Int8>)

Creates a direct-access data provider that uses a file to supply data.

struct CGDataProviderDirectCallbacks

Defines pointers to client-defined callback functions that manage the sending of data for a direct-access data provider.

typealias CGDataProviderGetBytePointerCallback

A callback function that returns a generic pointer to the provider data.

typealias CGDataProviderGetBytesAtPositionCallback

A callback function that copies data from the provider into a Core Graphics buffer.

typealias CGDataProviderReleaseInfoCallback

A callback function that releases any private data or resources associated with the data provider.

typealias CGDataProviderReleaseDataCallback

A callback function that releases data you supply to the function init(dataInfo:data:size:releaseData:).

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