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// FindDlg.cpp : implementation file
//
#include "stdafx.h"
#include "passwordsafe.h"
#if defined(POCKET_PC)
#include "pocketpc/resource.h"
#else
#include "resource.h"
#endif
#include "FindDlg.h"
#include "DboxMain.h"
#include "ThisMfcApp.h" // for disable/enable accel.
#ifdef _DEBUG
#define new DEBUG_NEW
#undef THIS_FILE
static char THIS_FILE[] = __FILE__;
#endif
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// CFindDlg dialog
CFindDlg *CFindDlg::self = NULL; // for Singleton pattern
void CFindDlg::Doit(CWnd *pParent, BOOL *isCS, CMyString *lastFind)
{
if (self == NULL) {
self = new CFindDlg(pParent, isCS, lastFind);
if (self != NULL)
if (self->Create(CFindDlg::IDD)) {
RECT myRect, parentRect;
// move find dialog so that it doesn't overlap its parent
pParent->GetWindowRect(&parentRect);
self->GetWindowRect(&myRect);
// Move the dialog to the right if parent is on left side
// of screen,and vice versa,
// UNLESS parent is close to screen's width!
const int screenWidth = GetSystemMetrics(SM_CXSCREEN);
const int screenCenter = screenWidth/2;
const int parentWidth = (parentRect.right - parentRect.left);
const int parentCenter = (parentRect.right + parentRect.left)/2;
if (parentWidth < (screenWidth * 9) / 10) {
if (parentCenter < screenCenter) {
// move right
myRect.right = parentRect.right + myRect.right - myRect.left;
myRect.left = parentRect.right;
} else { // move left
myRect.left = parentRect.left - (myRect.right - myRect.left);
myRect.right = parentRect.left;
}
self->MoveWindow(&myRect);
} // parent not too wide
self->ShowWindow(SW_SHOW);
}
} else {
self->BringWindowToTop();
}
app.DisableAccelerator(); // don't accel Del when this dlg is shown
}
CFindDlg::CFindDlg(CWnd* pParent, BOOL *isCS, CMyString *lastFind)
: super(CFindDlg::IDD, pParent), m_indices(NULL),
m_lastshown(-1), m_numFound(0),
m_last_search_text(_T("")), m_last_cs_search(FALSE),
m_lastCSPtr(isCS), m_lastTextPtr(lastFind)
{
ASSERT(isCS !=NULL);
ASSERT(lastFind != NULL);
//{{AFX_DATA_INIT(CFindDlg)
m_cs_search = *isCS;
m_search_text = *lastFind;
m_status = _T("");
//}}AFX_DATA_INIT
}
CFindDlg::~CFindDlg()
{
delete[] m_indices;
self = NULL;
}
void CFindDlg::DoDataExchange(CDataExchange* pDX)
{
super::DoDataExchange(pDX);
//{{AFX_DATA_MAP(CFindDlg)
DDX_Check(pDX, IDC_FIND_CS, m_cs_search);
DDX_Text(pDX, IDC_FIND_TEXT, m_search_text);
#if !defined(POCKET_PC)
DDX_Text(pDX, IDC_STATUS, m_status);
#endif
//}}AFX_DATA_MAP
}
BEGIN_MESSAGE_MAP(CFindDlg, super)
//{{AFX_MSG_MAP(CFindDlg)
ON_BN_CLICKED(IDOK, OnFind)
#if defined(POCKET_PC)
ON_BN_CLICKED(IDCANCEL, OnCancel)
#else
ON_BN_CLICKED(IDCANCEL, OnClose)
#endif
//}}AFX_MSG_MAP
END_MESSAGE_MAP()
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// CFindDlg message handlers
void CFindDlg::OnFind()
{
DboxMain* pParent = (DboxMain*) GetParent();
ASSERT(pParent != NULL);
const int numEntries = pParent->GetNumEntries();
if (numEntries == 0) {
// Right Thing would be to disable find menu item if list is empty
m_status = _T("Password list is empty.");
UpdateData(FALSE);
return;
}
UpdateData(TRUE);
if (m_search_text.IsEmpty()) {
m_status = _T("Please enter a search string");
UpdateData(FALSE);
return;
}
// If the user changes the search text or cs, then this is a new search:
if (m_search_text != m_last_search_text ||
m_cs_search != m_last_cs_search) {
m_last_search_text = m_search_text;
m_last_cs_search = m_cs_search;
m_lastshown = -1;
}
if (m_lastshown == -1) {
if (m_indices != NULL) {
// take care of the pathological case where someone added or deleted
// an entry while this dialog box is open
delete[] m_indices;
}
m_indices = new int[numEntries];
m_numFound = pParent->FindAll(m_search_text, m_cs_search, m_indices);
switch (m_numFound) {
case 0:
m_status = _T("No matches found.");
break;
case 1:
m_status = _T("Found 1 match.");
break;
default:
// {kjp} this kludge is needed because the declaration of CString in <afx.h> defines
// {kjp} FormatMessage as implemented, but if you take a look at the source for
// {kjp} CString in strex.cpp you'll see that it's only actully implemented if the
// {kjp} platform is not WinCE. Methinks this is a bug in afx.h
#if defined(POCKET_PC)
m_status.Format( _T("Found %d matches."), m_numFound );
#else
m_status.FormatMessage(_T("Found %1!d! matches."), m_numFound);
#endif
break;
}
UpdateData(FALSE);
} // m_lastshown == -1
// OK, so now we have a (possibly empty) list of items to select.
if (m_numFound > 0) {
m_lastshown = (m_lastshown + 1) % m_numFound; //from -1 to 0, cycle afterwards
pParent->SelectEntry(m_indices[m_lastshown], TRUE);
}
if (m_numFound > 1) {
SetDlgItemText(IDOK, _T("Find Next"));
}
// don't call super::OnOK - user will Cancel() to close dbox
}
#if defined(POCKET_PC)
void CFindDlg::OnCancel()
{
UpdateData(TRUE);
*m_lastTextPtr = m_search_text;
*m_lastCSPtr = m_cs_search;
self = NULL;
app.EnableAccelerator(); // restore accel table
super::DestroyWindow();
}
#else
void CFindDlg::OnClose()
{
UpdateData(TRUE);
*m_lastTextPtr = m_search_text;
*m_lastCSPtr = m_cs_search;
self = NULL;
app.EnableAccelerator(); // restore accel table
super::OnCancel();
}
#endif

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