Thanks for the compiling tip - I have too many drives & partitions, so the
version I was using was actually pointing to the wxWindows release I downloaded
from Shane's site; turns out I had builds of wxWindows in (at least) 2
locations. I feel like a wally, but hopefully this will help Chen and others
trying to get a clean CVS compile. There are no severe compile warnings under
VC6, although there are a heap of warnings, mainly bc of the precedence of
shift operators over relational operators. Does gcc and other C++ compilers
give similar warnings? I remember once I turned off some types of warnings but
can't remember how.
> Keep in mind again that I'm talking about the library, and I'm deferring
> all GUI issues.
> >Both Protools and Logic use simple gfx and clear layouts, coupled with good
> >keyboard control layouts. The software should hand its functionality to the
> >user on a golden plate.
>> We need guys like you to help hash out the design. Are you willing to
> help write documentation
> and specs and whatnot? There's always useful things for noncoders to do :)
I'd like to go through the code and find the UI stuff, change the RGB values,
move the toolbar to the bottom and maybe change the buttons (I've been working
on a design for an interface - I'll post a screengrab online if you're
interested in having a look; I work for a graphic design firm), so if you want
any programmer documentation, I'm sure it will take me some time; I don't have
any wxWindows experience, so I can keep a log of what I do and convert it to
some kind of GUI doc'n, if that's of any interest.
As I'm working under Windows, using VC6 I can't change any of the resources,
could someone give me a pointer as to what I could use (and whereabout in the
code) the GUI stuff is? I've looked for a wx resource editor, and the only one
I found was a German program which I have to buy online, and its quite
expensive for what's basically a visual text manipulator, especially with the
aussie dollar where it is. Perhaps I'd be better off installing a Linux OS
partition, and using the programs Audacity was developed with?
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