> Hi everyone,
> I've just started using WxPerl and I like what I see so far.
> I need to create an app with the following user interface:
> A big window with a menu bar and status bar (I can do that from the
> example on perl.com).
> A toolbar.
> A way from the toolbar or menu for adding a component onto the page
> would be a frame with an image in, I think).
better: just create a MyCanvas derived from Wx::Window that is
responsible for all the input handling;
it will have an EVT_PAINT handler ( to redraw itself ), and at least
EVT_LEFT_DOWN, EVT_MOTION and EVT_RIGHT_DOWN handlers ( see the docs
for wxMouseEvent for details )
> >From the component, a right-click context menu (this is the bit I
> figure out how you do in WxPerl).
if $window is some Wx::Window and $menu your Wx::Menu then
$window->PopupMenu( $menu, $point );
or $window->PopupMenu( $menu, $x, $y );
> A way to join the components together using "wires" - basically lines
> drawn from component to component. The lines should move around if I
> click-drag the components around.
To draw lines use:
my $dc = Wx::ClientDC->new( $window );
and then call the appropriate methods on the DC ( device context )
hint: use Wx::DC::SetLogicalFunction( wxXOR ) for drawing connection
lines while dragging
> Anyway, hope someone can help - I don't need code, just some pointers
> to where to look, since the docs are kinda lacking ;-)
I am sure no one will complain if you write them ;-p
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