Hiya Jez,


I checked out source yesterday and compiled with Ming… everything else seems to be working fine… A big thanks to Steve Pick for correcting the bug in treeview which I spent several hours on trying to work out what I’d done wrong.


(Bit closer timezone to you this time am in South Africa at for couple of weeks).


I noticed that your example uses STRICT as does mine.


Not sure why, but I can paste your example and run it fine. If I attempt in incorporate same into a test application that uses the splash screen, I get the ‘cant use barewords’ error.  Not sure if it would be caused by the whole lot being inside the eval.


Any ideas?


I could live with using numerics except that it wont allow me to pop one of the styles.




-----Original Message-----
From: Jez White [mailto:jez@jezwhite.eclipse.co.uk]
Wednesday, 25 February 2004 5:45 PM
To: Chris Wearn; 'Win32-GUI'
Subject: Re: [perl-win32-gui-users] Rebar and toolbar revisited


I think the popstyle and pushstyle are recent additions and they make addstyle and co redundant (?) - what version of Win32::GUI are you using?





----- Original Message -----

From: Chris Wearn

Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2004 7:40 AM

Subject: RE: [perl-win32-gui-users] Rebar and toolbar revisited


Hi All,


I am also very interested in using the Rebar however in the example Jez has used below, the window control uses:


-popstyle  => WS_CAPTION | WS_SIZEBOX,
-pushstyle => WS_CHILD,


 If I try to implement the same methods I get an error message informing me that I can’t use BAREWORDS.


If I change the WS_ constants to their numerical equivalent it appears to accept the numeric values, however

The window won’t accept addition or withdrawal of some styles.


Why will it accept WS_ in one instance and only the numerical equivalent in another?


Where does –pushstyle fit in with –addstyle?


Is there another equivalent to –popstyle?






-----Original Message-----
From: perl-win32-gui-users-admin@lists.sourceforge.net [mailto:perl-win32-gui-users-admin@lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Jez White
Thursday, 19 February 2004 8:11 PM
To: Win32-GUI
Subject: [perl-win32-gui-users] Rebar and toolbar revisited




For a while I've been playing with rebars, with the goal of ending up with something like the attached image...


With the recent (excellent) additional methods/styles to the toolbar, I went back to the rebar, and tried to add a tool bar to it. I couldn't get the toolbar to work when it is used by itself - since it requires a parent on creation - but I was able to add a toolbar to a child window, which in turn can be added to the rebar. This is not ideal, but does work. See the example below (I have used some of the new toolbar styles).


Ideally you should be able to add a toolbar, and for that matter a menu directly to a rebar control (not via a child window).  I've done some searching and came up with the these examples:


http://www.codeguru.com/toolbar/iebars.html  (the attached image was taken from this site, included the C code required to create this example).


Are these "easy" changes/additions?








use Win32::GUI;
use strict;


#Create the imagelist that will be used for the toolbar
my $B1 = new Win32::GUI::Bitmap("one.bmp");
my $B2 = new Win32::GUI::Bitmap("two.bmp");
my $B3 = new Win32::GUI::Bitmap("three.bmp");
my $IL = new Win32::GUI::ImageList(16, 16, 0, 3, 10);
$IL->Add($B1, 0);
$IL->Add($B2, 0);
$IL->Add($B3, 0);


#create the main window
my $mainwindow = new GUI::Window(
    -title    => "Win32::GUI::Rebar test",
    -left     => 100,
    -top      => 100,
    -width    => 600,
    -height   => 200,
    -name     => "Window",
    -onTerminate => sub { return -1 },


#create the child window which will contain the toolbar
my $band0 = new Win32::GUI::Window (
    -parent    => $mainwindow,
    -name      => "ToolBar",
    -popstyle  => WS_CAPTION | WS_SIZEBOX,
    -pushstyle => WS_CHILD,


#create a child window for band 1 of the rebar control, this band will contain two buttons
my $band1 = new Win32::GUI::Window (
    -parent    => $mainwindow,
    -name      => "Action",
    -popstyle  => WS_CAPTION | WS_SIZEBOX,
    -pushstyle => WS_CHILD,


#Add a button to band 1
$band1->AddButton (
         -name     => 'Button1',
         -pos      => [0, 1],
         -size     => [60, 20],
         -text     => 'Button 1',
         -tip      => 'Button 1',
         -onClick => sub {print 'Button 1 clicked' },


#Add a button to band 1
$band1->AddButton (
         -name     => 'Button2',
         -pos      => [65, 1],
         -size     => [60, 20],
         -text     => 'Button 2',
         -tip      => 'Button 2',
         -onClick => sub {print 'Button 2 clicked' },


#create a rebar control
my $rebar;
$rebar = $mainwindow->AddRebar(
    -name   => "Rebar",
    -bandborders => 1,
    #-fixedorder  => 1,
    -onHeightChange => sub {print 'Rebar_HeightChange'.$rebar->Height;},


#Insert band 1
$rebar->InsertBand ( 
  -child     => $band0,
  -width     => 100,
  -minwidth  => 100,
  -minheight => 24,
#Insert band 2
$rebar->InsertBand ( 
  -child     => $band1,
  -width     => 130,
  -minwidth  => 130,
  -minheight => 24,


#Add the toolbar to band 0
my $TB = $band0->AddToolbar(
    -name   => "Toolbar",
    -nodivider => 1,
    -onButtonClick => sub {my ($self,$button)=@_;print " button $button clicked";},
#Set the image list, and add the styles
#Add the buttons
    0, 1, 4, 0, 0,
    1, 2, 4, 0, 1,
    0, 0, 0, TBSTYLE_SEP, 0,
    2, 3, 4, 0, 2,
#add the tooltips


#show the main window