I'm doing a fairly substantial rewire of about half my house. In many places, like kitchen, bath, and outside/garage, I've replaced circuit breakers in my box with GFCI or dual function breakers. Now I have outlets in damp/wet locations that are GFCI protected, but aren't GFCI devices themselves. They were GFCI outlets, but I've replaced them with normal receptacles after upgrading the CB.
Is there any required labeling, similar to the "no equipment ground" stickers you see sometimes? Or are these receptacles still required to be actual GFCI devices, even though the entire circuit is protected? (This doesn't make sense, but I've heard of sillier things). Of course, the inspector will tell me when they come out, but I'd rather get it right the first time.