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/*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* */
/* Copyright (c) 1995, 2004 IBM Corporation. All rights reserved. */
/* Copyright (c) 2005-2013 Rexx Language Association. All rights reserved. */
/* */
/* This program and the accompanying materials are made available under */
/* the terms of the Common Public License v1.0 which accompanies this */
/* distribution. A copy is also available at the following address: */
/* http://www.oorexx.org/license.html */
/* */
/* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or */
/* without modification, are permitted provided that the following */
/* conditions are met: */
/* */
/* Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright */
/* notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. */
/* Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright */
/* notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in */
/* the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. */
/* */
/* Neither the name of Rexx Language Association nor the names */
/* of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products */
/* derived from this software without specific prior written permission. */
/* */
/* THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS */
/* "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT */
/* LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS */
/* FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT */
/* OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, */
/* SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED */
/* TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, */
/* OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY */
/* OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING */
/* NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS */
/* SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. */
/* */
/*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#ifndef oodDialog_Included
#define oodDialog_Included
#define NTDDI_VERSION NTDDI_LONGHORN
#define _WIN32_WINNT 0x0600
#define _WIN32_IE 0x0600
#define WINVER 0x0600
#define STRICT
#define OEMRESOURCE
#include <windows.h>
#include <CommCtrl.h>
#include "oorexxapi.h"
#define NR_BUFFER 15
#define DATA_BUFFER 8192
#define MAXCHILDDIALOGS 20
#define MAXDIALOGS 20
#define MAXTABPAGES MAXPROPPAGES
#define MAXMANAGEDTABS 4
#define DEFAULT_FONTNAME "MS Shell Dlg"
#define DEFAULT_FONTSIZE 8
#define MAX_DEFAULT_FONTNAME 256
#define MAX_LIBRARYNAME 256
/*
* The number of table entries is per dialog. 100 controls per dialog seems
* like more than plenty.
*/
#define DEF_MAX_BT_ENTRIES 50
#define DEF_MAX_DT_ENTRIES 100
#define DEF_MAX_CT_ENTRIES 100
#define DEF_MAX_IT_ENTRIES 20
#define DEF_MAX_NOTIFY_MSGS 100
#define DEF_MAX_COMMAND_MSGS 100
#define DEF_MAX_MISC_MSGS 50
/* User defined window messages used for RexxDlgProc() */
#define WM_USER_CREATECHILD WM_USER + 0x0601
#define WM_USER_INTERRUPTSCROLL WM_USER + 0x0602
#define WM_USER_GETFOCUS WM_USER + 0x0603
#define WM_USER_MOUSE_MISC WM_USER + 0x0604
#define WM_USER_SUBCLASS WM_USER + 0x0605
#define WM_USER_SUBCLASS_REMOVE WM_USER + 0x0606
#define WM_USER_HOOK WM_USER + 0x0607
#define WM_USER_CONTEXT_MENU WM_USER + 0x0608
#define WM_USER_CREATECONTROL_DLG WM_USER + 0x0609
#define WM_USER_CREATECONTROL_RESDLG WM_USER + 0x060A
#define WM_USER_CREATEPROPSHEET_DLG WM_USER + 0x060B
// Flags for WM_USER_MOUSE_MISC
#define MF_GETCAPTURE 0
#define MF_SETCAPTURE 1
#define MF_RELEASECAPTURE 2
#define MF_BUTTONDOWN 3
#define MF_SHOWCURSOR 4
#define OODDLL "oodialog.dll"
/* Flags for the get icon functions. Indicates the source of the icon. */
#define ICON_FILE 0x00000001
#define ICON_OODIALOG 0x00000002
#define ICON_DLL 0x00000004
/* Defines for the different possible versions of comctl32.dll up to Windows 7.
* These DWORD "packed version" numbers are calculated using the following
* macro:
*/
#define MAKEVERSION(major,minor) MAKELONG(minor,major)
#define COMCTL32_4_0 262144
#define COMCTL32_4_7 262151
#define COMCTL32_4_71 262215
#define COMCTL32_4_72 262216
#define COMCTL32_5_8 327688
#define COMCTL32_5_81 327761
#define COMCTL32_6_0 393216
#define COMCTL32_6_10 393226 // Probably should use this as the latest version
#define COMCTL32_6_16 393232 // Latest version I've seen on an updated Windows 7
/**
* A 'tag' is used in processing the mapping of Windows messages to user
* defined methods. It allows the user mapping to dictate different processing
* of a Windows message based on the tag.
*
* The least significant byte is used to define the type of control. This byte
* can be isolated using TAG_CTRLMASK.
*/
#define TAG_CTRLMASK 0x000000FF
#define TAG_NOTHING 0x00000000
#define TAG_DIALOG 0x00000001
#define TAG_MOUSE 0x00000002
#define TAG_BUTTON 0x00000004
#define TAG_TREEVIEW 0x00000006
#define TAG_LISTVIEW 0x00000007
#define TAG_TRACKBAR 0x00000008
#define TAG_TAB 0x00000009
#define TAG_UPDOWN 0x0000000A
#define TAG_DATETIMEPICKER 0x0000000B
#define TAG_MONTHCALENDAR 0x0000000C
/**
* The next 2 bytes are generic 'flags' that can be isolated using TAG_FLAGMASK.
* The individual flags are not necessarily unique, but rather are unique when
* combined with a specific CTRL byte. For instance, the help and menu related
* flags are only used with TAG_DIALOG. So, it doesn't matter that TAG_HELP has
* the same value as TAG_STATECHANGED.
*/
#define TAG_FLAGMASK 0x00FFFF00
#define TAG_HELP 0x00000100
#define TAG_CONTEXTMENU 0x00000200
#define TAG_MENUCOMMAND 0x00000400
#define TAG_SYSMENUCOMMAND 0x00000800
#define TAG_MENUMESSAGE 0x00001000
#define TAG_STATECHANGED 0x00000100
#define TAG_CHECKBOXCHANGED 0x00000200
#define TAG_SELECTCHANGED 0x00000400
#define TAG_FOCUSCHANGED 0x00000800
/**
* The last byte is for, well 'extra' information. Use TAG_EXTRAMASK to
* isolate the byte.
*/
#define TAG_EXTRAMASK 0xFF000000
// Reply TRUE in dialog procedure, not FALSE. Reply FALSE passes message on to
// the system for processing. TRUE indicates the message was handled.
#define TAG_MSGHANDLED 0x01000000
// The message reply comes from Rexx. I.e., from the programmer. The return
// is specific to the message, and may simply be ignored. Many of the event
// connection methods now let the programmer specify if he wants the window
// message handling loop to wait for the reply, even when Windows ignores the
// reply. When the programmer specifies to not wait, the event handler method
// is invoked through startWith(), which of course returns immediately.
#define TAG_REPLYFROMREXX 0x02000000
// Reply FALSE in the dialog procedure, not TRUE. Reply FALSE passes message on
// to the system for processing. TRUE indicates the message was handled.
// Previously, the default was always to reply FALSE, so only TAG_MSGHANDLED was
// needed. However, now some event connections have the default to be reply
// TRUE and we need some way for the user to change that default.
#define TAG_REPLYFALSE 0x04000000
// Envoke the event handler directly, which means that the interprete will wait
// for the event handler to return, but do not enforce that a value is returned
// from the event handler. This is for backwards compatibility where it is
// expected that existing programs have event handlers but don't return values.
#define TAG_SYNC 0x08000000
// Describes how a message searched for in the message table should be handled.
typedef enum
{
ContinueProcessing = 0, // Message not matched, continue in RexxDlgProc()
ReplyFalse = 1, // Message matched and handled return FALSE to the system from RexxDlgProc()
ReplyTrue = 2, // Message matched and handled return TRUE to the system from RexxDlgProc()
ContinueSearching = 3 // Continue searching message table before returning to RexxDlgProc()
} MsgReplyType;
// Enum for the type of bitmap used for bitmap buttons
typedef enum
{
InMemoryBmp = 1,
IntResourceBmp = 2,
FromFileBmp = 3,
} BitmapButtonBMPType;
// Identifies an error, that should never happen, discovered in RexxDlgProc(),
// or some other place trying to do a therad attach. Used in
// endDialogPremature() to determine what message to display.
typedef enum
{
NoPCPBDpased = 0, // pCPlainBaseDialog not passed in the WM_INITDIALOG message
NoPCPSPpased = 1, // pCPropertySheet not passed in the WM_INITDIALOG message
NoThreadAttach = 2, // Failed to attach the thread context in RexxDlgProc().
NoThreadAttachOther = 3, // Failed to attach the thread context some other place.
NoThreadContext = 4, // The thread context pointer is null.
RexxConditionRaised = 5, // The invocation of a Rexx event handler method raised a condition.
} DlgProcErrType;
#define NO_PCPBD_PASSED_MSG "RexxDlgProc() ERROR in WM_INITDIALOG. PlainBaseDialog\nCSELF is null.\n\n\tpcpdb=%p\n\thDlg=%p\n"
#define NO_PCPSP_PASSED_MSG "RexxDlgProc() ERROR in WM_INITDIALOG. PropertySheetPage\nCSELF is null.\n\n\tpcpsp=%p\n\thDlg=%p\n"
#define NO_THREAD_ATTACH_MSG "RexxDlgProc() ERROR in WM_INITDIALOG. Failed to attach\nthread context.\n\n\tpcpdb=%p\n\thDlg=%p\n"
#define NO_THREAD_ATTACH_OTHER_MSG "Internal Windows ERROR. Failed to attach\nthread context.\n\n\tpcpdb=%p\n\thDlg=%p\n"
#define NO_THREAD_CONTEXT_MSG "RexxDlgProc() ERROR. Thread context is null.\n\n\tdlgProcContext=%p\n\thDlg=%pn"
// Enum for the type of Windows dialog control.
typedef enum
{
winStatic = 1,
winPushButton = 2,
winCheckBox = 3,
winRadioButton = 4,
winGroupBox = 5,
winEdit = 6,
winComboBox = 7,
winListBox = 8,
winScrollBar = 9,
winTreeView = 10,
winListView = 11,
winTrackBar = 12,
winProgressBar = 13,
winTab = 14,
winDateTimePicker = 15,
winMonthCalendar = 16,
winUpDown = 17,
// A special value used by the data table / data table connection functions.
winNotAControl = 42,
winUnknown = 55
} oodControl_t;
// Enum for the type of an ooDialog class. Types to be added as needed.
typedef enum
{
oodPlainBaseDialog, oodCategoryDialog, oodUserDialog, oodRcDialog, oodResDialog,
oodControlDialog, oodUserControlDialog, oodRcControlDialog, oodResControlDialog, oodUserPSPDialog,
oodRcPSPDialog, oodResPSPDialog, oodDialogControl, oodStaticControl, oodButtonControl,
oodEditControl, oodListBox, oodProgressBar, oodUnknown
} oodClass_t;
// How the Global constDir is to be used
typedef enum {globalOnly, globalFirst, globalLast, globalNever} oodConstDir_t;
#define APPLICATION_MANAGER_MAGIC 0xdeadfeed
inline LONG_PTR setWindowPtr(HWND hwnd, int index, LONG_PTR newPtr)
{
#ifndef __REXX64__
#pragma warning(disable:4244)
#endif
return SetWindowLongPtr(hwnd, index, newPtr);
#ifndef __REXX64__
#pragma warning(default:4244)
#endif
}
inline LONG_PTR getWindowPtr(HWND hwnd, int index)
{
return GetWindowLongPtr(hwnd, index);
}
inline LONG_PTR setClassPtr(HWND hwnd, int index, LONG_PTR newPtr)
{
#ifndef __REXX64__
#pragma warning(disable:4244)
#endif
return SetClassLongPtr(hwnd, index, newPtr);
#ifndef __REXX64__
#pragma warning(default:4244)
#endif
}
inline LONG_PTR getClassPtr(HWND hwnd, int index)
{
return GetClassLongPtr(hwnd, index);
}
/* structures to manage the dialogs */
typedef struct {
PCHAR rexxMethod;
WPARAM wParam;
ULONG_PTR wpFilter;
LPARAM lParam;
ULONG_PTR lpfilter;
uint32_t msg;
uint32_t msgFilter;
uint32_t tag;
} MESSAGETABLEENTRY;
typedef struct {
oodControl_t type;
uint32_t id;
uint32_t category;
} DATATABLEENTRY;
typedef struct {
uint32_t buttonID;
HBITMAP bitmapID;
HBITMAP bmpFocusID;
HBITMAP bmpSelectID;
HBITMAP bmpDisableID;
int32_t displaceX;
int32_t displaceY;
uint32_t loaded;
bool frame;
} BITMAPTABLEENTRY;
typedef struct {
bool isSysBrush;
ULONG itemID;
INT ColorBk;
INT ColorFG;
HBRUSH ColorBrush;
} COLORTABLEENTRY;
typedef struct {
ULONG iconID;
PCHAR fileName;
} ICONTABLEENTRY;
// Structure used for context menus
typedef struct {
HMENU hMenu;
HWND hWnd;
UINT flags;
POINT point;
LPTPMPARAMS lptpm;
DWORD dwErr;
} TRACKPOP, *PTRACKPOP;
/* Stuff for key press subclassing and keyboard hooks */
#define MAX_KEYPRESS_METHODS 63
#define COUNT_KEYPRESS_KEYS 256
#define CCH_METHOD_NAME 197
typedef struct {
BOOL none; /* If none, neither of shift, control, or alt can be pressed */
BOOL shift;
BOOL alt;
BOOL control;
BOOL and; /* If 'and' is false, filter is 'or' */
BOOL virt; /* If virtual use GetKeyState to see if control, alt, or shift is down. */
} KEYFILTER, *PKEYFILTER;
typedef struct {
BYTE key[COUNT_KEYPRESS_KEYS]; /* Value of key[x] is index to pMethods[] */
UINT usedMethods; /* Count of used slots in pMethods[] */
UINT topOfQ; /* Top of next free queue, 0 if empty */
PCHAR pMethods[MAX_KEYPRESS_METHODS + 1]; /* Index 0 intentionally left empty */
KEYFILTER *pFilters[MAX_KEYPRESS_METHODS + 1]; /* If null, no filter */
UINT nextFreeQ[MAX_KEYPRESS_METHODS]; /* Used only if existing connection removed */
} KEYPRESSDATA;
// Masks for lParam of key messages. WM_KEYDOWN, WM_CHAR, etc..
#define KEY_RELEASED 0x80000000 // Transition state: 1 key is being released / 0 key is being pressed.
#define KEY_WASDOWN 0x40000000 // Previous state: 1 key was down / 0 key was up.
#define KEY_ALTHELD 0x20000000 // Context code: 1 ALT key was held when key pressed / 0 otherwise.
#define KEY_ISEXTENDED 0x01000000 // Key is an extended key: 1 if an extended key / 0 otherwise
// Masks for GetAsyncKeyState() and GetKeyState() returns.
#define TOGGLED 0x00000001 // GetKeyState()
#define ISDOWN 0x8000 // GetAsyncKeyState()
/* Microsoft does not define these, just has this note:
*
* VK_0 - VK_9 are the same as ASCII '0' - '9' (0x30 - 0x39)
* 0x40 : unassigned
* VK_A - VK_Z are the same as ASCII 'A' - 'Z' (0x41 - 0x5A)
*/
#define VK_0 0x30
#define VK_1 0x31
#define VK_2 0x32
#define VK_3 0x33
#define VK_4 0x34
#define VK_5 0x35
#define VK_6 0x36
#define VK_7 0x37
#define VK_8 0x38
#define VK_9 0x39
#define VK_A 0x41
#define VK_B 0x42
#define VK_C 0x43
#define VK_D 0x44
#define VK_E 0x45
#define VK_F 0x46
#define VK_G 0x47
#define VK_H 0x48
#define VK_I 0x49
#define VK_J 0x4A
#define VK_K 0x4B
#define VK_L 0x4C
#define VK_M 0x4D
#define VK_N 0x4E
#define VK_O 0x4F
#define VK_P 0x50
#define VK_Q 0x51
#define VK_R 0x52
#define VK_S 0x53
#define VK_T 0x54
#define VK_U 0x55
#define VK_V 0x56
#define VK_W 0x57
#define VK_X 0x58
#define VK_Y 0x59
#define VK_Z 0x5A
/* The extended dialog template struct. Microsoft does not supply this in any
* header, just provided the definition in the MSDN docs.
*/
typedef struct {
WORD dlgVer;
WORD signature;
DWORD helpID;
DWORD exStyle;
DWORD style;
WORD cDlgItems;
short x;
short y;
short cx;
short cy;
WCHAR menu; // Actually variable length array of 16-bit values
WCHAR windowClass; // Actually variable length array of 16-bit values
WCHAR title; // Actually variable length array of 16-bit values
WORD pointsize;
WORD weight;
BYTE italic;
BYTE charset;
WCHAR typeface; // Actually variable length array of 16-bit values
} DLGTEMPLATEEX;
typedef struct {
DWORD helpID;
DWORD exStyle;
DWORD style;
short x;
short y;
short cx;
short cy;
DWORD id;
WORD windowClass;
WORD title;
WORD extraCount;
} DLGITEMTEMPLATEEX;
/* Struct for window message filtering. */
typedef struct _wmf {
RexxObjectPtr _wp;
CSTRING _wpFilter;
RexxObjectPtr _lp;
CSTRING _lpFilter;
CSTRING _wm;
CSTRING _wmFilter;
WPARAM wp;
ULONG_PTR wpFilter;
LPARAM lp;
ULONG_PTR lpFilter;
CSTRING method;
void *pData;
void *pfn;
uint32_t wm;
uint32_t wmFilter;
uint32_t tag;
} WinMessageFilter;
typedef WinMessageFilter *pWinMessageFilter;
/* Struct for the WindowBase object CSelf. */
typedef struct _wbCSelf {
HWND hwnd;
RexxObjectPtr rexxHwnd;
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf;
wholenumber_t initCode;
uint32_t sizeX;
uint32_t sizeY;
double factorX;
double factorY;
} CWindowBase;
typedef CWindowBase *pCWindowBase;
/* Struct for the EventNotification object CSelf. */
typedef struct _enCSelf {
MESSAGETABLEENTRY *notifyMsgs;
MESSAGETABLEENTRY *commandMsgs;
MESSAGETABLEENTRY *miscMsgs;
size_t nmSize; // Size of table.
size_t nmNextIndex; // Next free index in table.
size_t cmSize;
size_t cmNextIndex;
size_t mmSize;
size_t mmNextIndex;
HWND hDlg;
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf;
HHOOK hHook;
void *pHookData;
} CEventNotification;
typedef CEventNotification *pCEventNotification;
// Struct for the PlainBaseDialog class CSelf.
typedef struct _pbdcCSelf {
char fontName[MAX_DEFAULT_FONTNAME];
uint32_t fontSize;
} CPlainBaseDialogClass;
typedef CPlainBaseDialogClass *pCPlainBaseDialogClass;
/* Struct for the WindowExtensions object CSelf. */
typedef struct _weCSelf {
pCWindowBase wndBase;
HWND hwnd;
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf;
} CWindowExtensions;
typedef CWindowExtensions *pCWindowExtensions;
/* Struct for the PlainBaseDialog object CSelf. The struct itself is
* allocated using interpreter memory and therefore garbage collected by the
* interpreter. But, there are still things like the table allocated externally
* to the interpreter and require normal C/C++ memory management. Also things
* like brushes, bitmaps, etc., still need to be released.
*/
typedef struct _pbdCSelf {
char fontName[MAX_DEFAULT_FONTNAME];
char library[MAX_LIBRARYNAME];
void *previous; // Previous pCPlainBaseDialog used for stored dialogs
size_t tableIndex; // Index of this dialog in the stored dialog table
HWND activeChild; // The active child dialog, used for CategoryDialogs
HWND childDlg[MAXCHILDDIALOGS + 1];
HINSTANCE hInstance; // Handle to loaded DLL instance, ooDialog.dll or a resource DLL for a ResDialog
HANDLE hDlgProcThread;
RexxInstance *interpreter;
RexxThreadContext *dlgProcContext;
RexxObjectPtr resourceID;
HICON sysMenuIcon;
HICON titleBarIcon;
pCWindowBase wndBase;
pCEventNotification enCSelf;
pCWindowExtensions weCSelf;
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf; // This dialog's Rexx dialog object
HWND hDlg;
RexxObjectPtr rexxOwner; // This dialog's Rexx owner dialog object
HWND hOwnerDlg;
RexxObjectPtr rexxParent; // This dialog's Rexx parent dialog object
void *dlgPrivate; // Subclasses can store data unique to the subclass
void *initPrivate; // Subclasses can store init data unique to the subclass
void *mouseCSelf;
RexxObjectPtr rexxMouse;
DATATABLEENTRY *DataTab;
ICONTABLEENTRY *IconTab;
COLORTABLEENTRY *ColorTab;
BITMAPTABLEENTRY *BmpTab;
size_t DT_nextIndex;
size_t DT_size;
size_t IT_nextIndex;
size_t IT_size;
size_t CT_nextIndex;
size_t CT_size;
size_t BT_nextIndex;
size_t BT_size;
HBRUSH bkgBrush;
HBITMAP bkgBitmap;
WPARAM stopScroll;
HPALETTE colorPalette;
logical_t autoDetect;
DWORD dlgProcThreadID;
uint32_t fontSize;
bool onTheTop;
bool isCategoryDlg; // Need to use IsNestedDialogMessage()
bool isControlDlg; // Dialog was created as DS_CONTROL | WS_CHILD
bool isOwnedDlg; // Dialog has an owner dialog
bool isManagedDlg; // Dialog has an owner dialog, which is a tab owner dialog
bool isPageDlg; // Dialog is a property sheet page dialog
bool isPropSheetDlg; // Dialog is a property sheet dialog
bool isTabOwnerDlg; // Dialog is a tab owner dialog
bool isDlgHwndSet; // Has setDlgHandle() been executed
bool sharedIcon;
bool didChangeIcon;
bool isActive;
bool dlgAllocated;
bool abnormalHalt;
bool scrollNow; // For scrolling text in windows.
} CPlainBaseDialog;
typedef CPlainBaseDialog *pCPlainBaseDialog;
// It is anticpated that the connectCharEvent() method will be extended some time
// soon, so we have a CHAREVENTDATA struct even though it is not technically
// needed at this point.
typedef struct {
char *method; /* Name of method to invoke. */
} CHAREVENTDATA;
// Struct for sorting list view items when the sorting is done by invoking a
// method in the Rexx dialog.
typedef struct _lvRexxSort{
pCPlainBaseDialog pcpbd; // The Rexx owner dialog CSelf
RexxThreadContext *threadContext; // Thread context of the sort function
RexxObjectPtr rexxDlg; // The Rexx dialog object
RexxObjectPtr rexxLV; // The Rexx list view object
RexxObjectPtr param; // An optional parameter the Rexx programmer can have passed to his method.
char *method; // Name of the comparsion method to invoke.
} CRexxSort;
typedef CRexxSort *pCRexxSort;
// Struct for the DialogControl object CSelf.
//
// Note that for a control in a category dialog page, the hDlg is the handle of
// the actual dialog the control resides in. This is differnent than the dialog
// handle of the Rexx owner dialog.
typedef struct _dcCSelf {
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf; // The Rexx dialog control object
HWND hCtrl; // Handle of the dialog control
RexxObjectPtr oDlg; // The Rexx owner dialog object
pCPlainBaseDialog pcpbd; // The Rexx owner dialog CSelf
HWND hDlg; // Handle of the dialog the control is in.
pCWindowBase wndBase;
void *pscd; // Pointer to general subclass data struct, usually null.
void *pKeyPress; // Pointer to KeyPress subclass data struct, usually null.
void *mouseCSelf; // Mouse CSelf struct
pCRexxSort pcrs; // Pointer to Rexx sort struct used for sorting list view items, usually null.
RexxObjectPtr rexxMouse; // Rexx mouse object if there is one.
// A Rexx Set to put Rexx objects in, used to prevent gc.
RexxObjectPtr rexxBag; // Called a bag but really a .Set
int32_t lastItem; // Index of the last item added to the control
uint32_t id; // Resouce ID of the control
oodControl_t controlType; // Enum value for control type
bool isInCategoryDlg;
} CDialogControl;
typedef CDialogControl *pCDialogControl;
// A generic structure used for subclassing controls with the Windows
// subclassing helper functions and for the keyboard hook function.
typedef struct _subClassData {
pCPlainBaseDialog pcpbd; // The Rexx owner dialog CSelf
pCDialogControl pcdc; // The Rexx control dialog CSelf
HWND hCtrl; // Window handle of subclassed control.
void *pData; // Pointer to subclass specific data.
void *pfn; // Pointer to subclass specific free data function.
MESSAGETABLEENTRY *msgs; // Message table for generiec subclass
size_t mSize; // Size of message table.
size_t mNextIndex; // Next free index in message table.
uint32_t id; // Resource ID of subclassed control.
} SubClassData;
typedef SubClassData *pSubClassData;
/* Struct for the DynamicDialog object CSelf. */
typedef struct _ddCSelf {
pCPlainBaseDialog pcpbd;
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf;
DLGTEMPLATEEX *base; // Base pointer to dialog template (basePtr)
void *active; // Pointer to current location in dialog template (activePtr)
void *endOfTemplate; // Pointer to end of allocated memory for the template
uint32_t expected; // Expected dialog item count
uint32_t count; // Dialog item count (dialogItemCount)
} CDynamicDialog;
typedef CDynamicDialog *pCDynamicDialog;
/* Struct for the Mouse object CSelf. Note that the owner window can be a dialog
* window, or a dialog control window. If the owner window is a dialog control,
* then there is, still, a dialog CSelf and a dialog window handle. These are
* the dialog control's owner dialog, which are present for all dialog controls.
*/
typedef struct _mCSelf {
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf; // Rexx Mouse object.
HWND hWindow; // Window handle of owner window
RexxObjectPtr rexxWindow; // Rexx owner window object
RexxObjectPtr rexxDlg; // Dialog Rexx self
HWND hDlg; // Dialog window handle
pCPlainBaseDialog dlgCSelf; // Dialog CSelf struct pointer
pCDialogControl controlCSelf; // Pointer to dialog control owner CSelf struct, if owner is a dialog control window
uint32_t dlgProcThreadID; // Dialog window message processing function thread.
bool isDlgWindow; // True if owner window is a dialog, false if owner window is a dialog control
} CMouse;
typedef CMouse *pCMouse;
/* Struct for the ControlDialogInfo object CSelf. */
typedef struct _cdiCSelf {
SIZE size;
RexxObjectPtr owner;
char *title;
HINSTANCE hInstance; // resources attribute, C++ part of .ResourceImage
HICON hIcon; // tabIcon attribute, C++ part if using .Image
uint32_t iconID; // tabIcon attribute, C++ part if using resource ID
bool managed;
} CControlDialogInfo;
typedef CControlDialogInfo *pCControlDialogInfo;
/* Struct for the ControlDialog object CSelf. */
typedef struct _cdCSelf {
SIZE size;
pCPlainBaseDialog pcpbd;
pCDynamicDialog pcdd; // DynmicDialog CSelf, may be null.
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf;
RexxStringObject extraOpts; // Storage for extra options, used by RcControlDialog, available for other uses.
char *pageTitle;
oodClass_t pageType;
HICON hIcon; // tabIcon attribute, C++ part if using .Image
uint32_t iconID; // tabIcon attribute, C++ part if using resource ID
uint32_t pageNumber; // Page number, zero-based index
uint32_t resID; // Resource ID of dlg template for a ResPSPDialog (converted from symbolic if needed.)
bool activated; // Was the page visited by the user
bool isInitializing;
bool isManaged;
bool isPositioned;
} CControlDialog;
typedef CControlDialog *pCControlDialog;
/* Struct for the ManagedTab object CSelf. */
typedef struct _mtCSelf {
RECT displayRect; // The area of the tab used to display the page content.
RexxObjectPtr rexxOwner; // The tab owner dialog Rexx self;
pCPlainBaseDialog pcpbd; // The tab owner dialog CSelf
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf; // Rexx MangageTab object
RexxObjectPtr *rexxPages; // Array of Rexx page dialogs (control dialogs.)
pCControlDialog *cppPages; // Array of page dialog CSelfs
RexxObjectPtr rexxTab; // tab control Rexx object
HWND hTab; // tab control hwnd.
RexxObjectPtr rxTabID; // tab control resource ID as a Rexx object
uint32_t tabID; // tab control resource ID
uint32_t count; // count of pages
uint32_t startPage; // initial page displayed in tab. zero-based index.
uint32_t showing; // The current visible page.
bool wantNotifications; // Send the page dialog all tab notifications, includes NM_xx.
bool needDisplayRect; // Is the display rectangle of the tab calculated yet.
bool ownerWantsSelChange; // Also send owner TCN_SELCHANGE
bool ownerWantsSelChanging; // Also send owner TCN_SELCHANGING
bool ownerWantsSetActive; // Send setActive to owner, not ot page dialog
bool ownerWantsKillActive; // Send killActive to owner, not ot page dialog
bool doingStartPage; // Initializing start page which is not page 1.
} CManagedTab;
typedef CManagedTab *pCManagedTab;
/* Struct for the TabOwnerDlgInfo object CSelf. */
typedef struct _todiCSelf {
pCManagedTab mts[MAXMANAGEDTABS];
uint32_t count;
} CTabOwnerDlgInfo;
typedef CTabOwnerDlgInfo *pCTabOwnerDlgInfo;
/* Struct for the TabOwnerDialog object CSelf. */
typedef struct _todCSelf {
pCManagedTab mts[MAXMANAGEDTABS];
uint32_t tabIDs[MAXMANAGEDTABS];
RexxThreadContext *dlgProcContext;
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf;
HWND hDlg;
pCPlainBaseDialog pcpbd;
uint32_t countMTs;
} CTabOwnerDialog;
typedef CTabOwnerDialog *pCTabOwnerDialog;
/* Struct for the PropertySheetPage object CSelf. */
typedef struct _pspCSelf {
RexxInstance *interpreter;
RexxThreadContext *dlgProcContext;
pCPlainBaseDialog pcpbd;
pCDynamicDialog pcdd; // DynmicDialog CSelf, may be null.
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf;
HPROPSHEETPAGE hPropSheetPage; // If added to existing property sheet.
PROPSHEETPAGE *psp; // Allocated prop sheet page struct, needs to be freed.
HWND hPage; // Dialog handle of page.
void *cppPropSheet; // PropertySheetDialog CSelf.
RexxObjectPtr rexxPropSheet; // Rexx PropertySheetDialog object.
HINSTANCE hInstance; // resources attribute, C++ part of .ResourceImage
RexxStringObject extraOpts; // Storage for extra options, used by RcPSPDialog, available for other uses.
HICON hIcon; // tabIcon attribute, C++ part if using .Image
uint32_t iconID; // tabIcon attribute, C++ part if using resource ID
INT_PTR pageID; // Identifies the page to the Windows property sheet, resource ID or pointer
char *pageTitle;
char *headerTitle;
char *headerTitleAero; // Must be Unicode for Aero.
char *headerSubTitle;
oodClass_t pageType;
uint32_t dlgProcThreadID;
uint32_t cx; // Width and height of the dialog.
uint32_t cy;
uint32_t pageFlags;
uint32_t resID; // Resource ID of dlg template for a ResPSPDialog (converted from symbolic if needed.)
uint32_t pageNumber; // Page number, zero-based index
bool activated; // Was the page visited by the user
bool abort; // Used to force a modal property sheet to close
bool wantAccelerators; // User wants PSN_TRANSLATEACCELERATOR notifications
bool wantGetObject; // User wants PSN_GETOBJECT notifications
bool isWizardPage;
bool isAeroWizardPage;
bool inRemovePage; // Signals running in PropertySheetDialg::removePage()
} CPropertySheetPage;
typedef CPropertySheetPage *pCPropertySheetPage;
/* Struct for the PropertySheetDialog object CSelf. */
typedef struct _psdCSelf {
RexxThreadContext *dlgProcContext;
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf;
HWND hDlg;
RexxObjectPtr *rexxPages;
pCPropertySheetPage *cppPages;
pCPlainBaseDialog pcpbd;
HINSTANCE hInstance; // resources attribute, C++ part of .ResourceImage
HICON hIcon; // icon attribute, C++ part if using .Image
uint32_t iconID; // icon attribute, C++ part if using resource ID
HBITMAP hWatermark; // waterMark attribute, C++ part if using .Image
uint32_t watermarkID; // watermark attribute, C++ part if useing resource ID
HBITMAP hHeaderBitmap; // headerBitmap attribute, C++ part if using .Image
uint32_t headerBitmapID; // headerBitmap attribute, C++ part if useing resource ID
HPALETTE hplWatermark; // Palette to use when drawing watermark and / or header bitmap
HIMAGELIST imageList; // imageList attribute, C++ part of .ImageList
uint32_t startPage; // Index of start page, 1-based. If 0 not set;
uint32_t dlgProcThreadID;
char *caption;
uint32_t pageCount;
uint32_t propSheetFlags;
intptr_t getResultValue; // Storage for the return from PSM_GETRESULT
bool modeless;
bool isNotWizard;
bool isWiz97;
bool isWizLite;
bool isAeroWiz;
} CPropertySheetDialog;
typedef CPropertySheetDialog *pCPropertySheetDialog;
/*
* Struct for the page dialog information. This is used for initializing the
* dialog template pointer for either a property sheet page dialog or a managed
* tab page dialog. (A managed tab page dialog is a ControlDialog in a
* ManagedTab.)
*/
typedef struct _pdi {
pCPlainBaseDialog pcpbd; // PlainBaseDialog CSelf
pCDynamicDialog pcdd; // DynamicDialog CSelf
void *pPageCSelf;
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf;
RexxStringObject extraOpts;
char *pageTitle; // Page title (could be null.)
char *newTitle; // If pagetitle is null, this is the generated page title
INT_PTR pageID; // Returned, but only used by property sheet pages.
oodClass_t pageType;
uint32_t resID;
uint32_t pageNumber; // Page number, zero-based index
uint32_t cx; // Width and height of the dialog.
uint32_t cy;
} PageDialogInfo;
typedef PageDialogInfo *pPageDialogInfo;
/* Struct for the AppliationManager object CSelf. */
typedef struct _amCSelf {
RexxObjectPtr rexxSelf;
bool autoDetect;
} CApplicationManager;
typedef CApplicationManager *pCApplicationManager;
/* Struct for the SPI class object CSelf. */
typedef struct _spiCSelf {
// Flag used when setting a system parameter to have the setting written to
// the user profile. And possibly broadcasts the WM_SETTINGSCHANGE message
// after updating the user profile.
uint32_t fWinIni;
} CSpi;
typedef CSpi *pCSpi;
#define COMCTL32_VERSION_STRING_LEN 31
// All global variables are defined in oodPackageEntry.cpp
extern HINSTANCE MyInstance;
extern pCPlainBaseDialog DialogTable[];
extern pCPlainBaseDialog TopDlg;
extern size_t CountDialogs;
extern CRITICAL_SECTION crit_sec;
extern CRITICAL_SECTION ps_crit_sec;
extern DWORD ComCtl32Version;
extern char ComCtl32VersionStr[];
extern RexxObjectPtr TheTrueObj;
extern RexxObjectPtr TheFalseObj;
extern RexxObjectPtr TheNilObj;
extern RexxObjectPtr TheZeroObj;
extern RexxObjectPtr TheTwoObj;
extern RexxObjectPtr TheOneObj;
extern RexxObjectPtr TheNegativeOneObj;
extern RexxObjectPtr TheApplicationObj;
extern RexxDirectoryObject TheConstDir;
extern oodConstDir_t TheConstDirUsage;
extern RexxDirectoryObject TheDotLocalObj;
extern RexxPointerObject TheNullPtrObj;
extern RexxClassObject ThePlainBaseDialogClass;
extern RexxClassObject TheDynamicDialogClass;
extern RexxClassObject TheDialogControlClass;
extern RexxClassObject ThePropertySheetPageClass;
extern RexxClassObject TheControlDialogClass;
extern RexxClassObject ThePointClass;
extern RexxClassObject TheSizeClass;
extern RexxClassObject TheRectClass;
extern HBRUSH searchForBrush(pCPlainBaseDialog pcpbd, size_t *index, uint32_t id);
extern bool _isVersion(DWORD, DWORD, unsigned int, unsigned int, unsigned int);
extern bool _is32on64Bit(void);
// Enum for a Windows OS, don't need many right now.
typedef enum
{
XP_OS, Vista_OS, Windows7_OS
} os_name_t;
inline bool _is64Bit(void)
{
#if defined(_WIN64)
return true;
#else
return false;
#endif
}
inline bool _isW2K(void)
{
return _isVersion(5, 0, 0, 0, VER_EQUAL);
}
inline bool _isAtLeastW2K(void)
{
return _isVersion(5, 0, 4, 0, VER_GREATER_EQUAL);
}
inline bool _isXP(void)
{
return (_isVersion(5, 1, 0, 0, VER_EQUAL) || _isVersion(5, 2, 0, VER_NT_WORKSTATION, VER_EQUAL));
}
inline bool _isXP32(void)
{
return _isVersion(5, 1, 0, 0, VER_EQUAL);
}
inline bool _isXP64(void)
{
return _isVersion(5, 2, 0, VER_NT_WORKSTATION, VER_EQUAL);
}
inline bool _isAtLeastXP(void)
{
return _isVersion(5, 1, 2, 0, VER_GREATER_EQUAL);
}
inline bool _isW2K3(void)
{
return (_isVersion(5, 2, 0, VER_NT_DOMAIN_CONTROLLER, VER_EQUAL) ||
_isVersion(5, 2, 0, VER_NT_SERVER, VER_EQUAL));
}
inline bool _isAtLeastW2K3(void)
{
return (_isVersion(5, 2, 1, VER_NT_DOMAIN_CONTROLLER, VER_EQUAL) ||
_isVersion(5, 2, 1, VER_NT_SERVER, VER_EQUAL));
}
inline bool _isVista(void)
{
return _isVersion(6, 0, 0, VER_NT_WORKSTATION, VER_EQUAL);
}
inline bool _isServer2008(void)
{
return (_isVersion(6, 0, 0, VER_NT_DOMAIN_CONTROLLER, VER_EQUAL) ||
_isVersion(6, 0, 0, VER_NT_SERVER, VER_EQUAL));
}
inline bool _isAtLeastVista(void)
{
return _isVersion(6, 0, 0, 0, VER_GREATER_EQUAL);
}
inline bool _isWindows7(void)
{
return _isVersion(6, 1, 0, VER_NT_WORKSTATION, VER_EQUAL);
}
inline bool _isServer2008R2(void)
{
return (_isVersion(6, 1, 0, VER_NT_DOMAIN_CONTROLLER, VER_EQUAL) ||
_isVersion(6, 1, 0, VER_NT_SERVER, VER_EQUAL));
}
inline bool _isAtLeastWindows7(void)
{
return _isVersion(6, 1, 0, 0, VER_GREATER_EQUAL);
}
#endif