Fix a compilation error on windows and many warnings
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8 hours ago, Gary Kramlich
Fix a compilation error on windows and many warnings

SIG_ACK is macro for handling signals on windows. We just want to use it as a
constant, so we #undef if we see it.

Mark a bunch of parameters as unused.

Fix a bunch of warnings about type casting function pointers.

Testing Done:
Compiled and ran on windows.

Reviewed at
* purple
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# error "only <purple.h> may be included directly"
#ifndef PURPLE_GIO_H
#define PURPLE_GIO_H
* purple_gio:
* The Purple Gio API provides helper functions for Gio operations which
* are commonly used within libpurple and its consumers. These contain
* such functions as setting up connections and shutting them down
* gracefully.
#include "account.h"
#include <gio/gio.h>
* purple_gio_graceful_close:
* @stream: A #GIOStream to close
* @input: (nullable): A #GInputStream which wraps @stream's input stream
* @output: (nullable): A #GOutputStream which wraps @stream's output stream
* Closes @input, @output, @stream. If there are pending operations, it
* asynchronously waits for the operations to finish before closing the
* arguments. Ensure the Gio callbacks can safely handle this being done
* asynchronously.
purple_gio_graceful_close(GIOStream *stream,
GInputStream *input, GOutputStream *output);
* purple_gio_socket_client_new:
* @account: The #PurpleAccount to use for this connection
* @error: Return location for a GError, or NULL
* A helper function to simplify creating a #GSocketClient. It's intended
* to be used in protocol plugins.
* Returns: (transfer full): A new #GSocketClient with the appropriate
* GProxyResolver, based on the #PurpleAccount settings and
* TLS Certificate handling, or NULL if an error occurred.
GSocketClient *
purple_gio_socket_client_new(PurpleAccount *account, GError **error);
* purple_socket_listener_add_any_inet_port:
* @listener: A #GSocketListener.
* @source_object: (nullable): Optional GObject identifying this source.
* @error: A #GError location to store the error occurring, or %NULL to ignore.
* Listens for TCP connections on any available port number for both IPv6 and
* IPv4 (if each is available). This is a simple wrapper around
* g_socket_listener_add_any_inet_port(), except if the user specified a port
* range in the settings, than a port will be chosen from that range.
* Returns: The port number, or 0 in case of failure.
guint16 purple_socket_listener_add_any_inet_port(GSocketListener *listener,
GObject *source_object,
GError **error);
#endif /* PURPLE_GIO_H */