bolded_save_dlg.cpp missing!

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2004-09-18
2013-04-15
  • Steven Weiss

    Steven Weiss - 2004-09-18

    hi,
    i tried to build the lib-file but the bjam isn't completing successfully because it can't find bolded_save_dlg.cpp. i searched for it (perhaps it would have been in the wrong folder) but it's totally missing.

    can you fix this plz?

    greetz,
    steven

     
    • John Torjo

      John Torjo - 2004-09-19

      sorry for that. I forgot to add it to VSS, before building the package. Anyway, I did add it very soon (after a few hours;)) and put another version online (v1.4.1b).

      Please get that version.

      (note:curiously enough, sf.net does not show this as the last version - it shows v1.4.1 as the last version. I'm trying to fix this).

      Best,
      John

       
    • Steven Weiss

      Steven Weiss - 2004-09-20

      ok, thanks. it works now :-)

      but there is another (more serious) issue:
      your code has a memleak! in my simple app there are 9 allocations which haven't been deleted, all from this function:

      template<class impl> struct auto_mapping_impl {
      auto_mapping_impl() {
         string class_name = detail::lo_case( impl::def_create_info().class_name() );

      // your 'impl' class needs to directly or indirectly extend window_base, AND
      // PROVIDE A DEFAULT CONSTRUCTOR
            auto_create_table::s_creators()[class_name].push_back( new auto_create_impl<impl>() );
              }
          };

      please fix this. but hey: great work, i love your library!

      oh well, another questions:
      what about property-sheets & -pages? how can i use them (if at all at the moment)?

       
      • John Torjo

        John Torjo - 2004-09-21

        - about the leak: thanks! solved it. Will post an update later this week

        - about property sheets. I will certainly make it possible - Should be in v1.5 - which should be ready somewhere next week

        Best,
        John

         

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