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[fxscintilla-users] RE: example seems to not work

From: David Hisel
Subject: [fxscintilla-users] RE: example seems to not work
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2003 17:11:20 -0400

I'm using cygwin and using FOX-1.1.38. My program compiles just fine, and it even runs, but no window shows up, any suggestions?
Here's the code:
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// sc.cpp
// Time-stamp: <2003/10/14 16:15:22, address@hidden> (s/trash@/david@/)
// cygwin> uname -ro
// 1.5.5(0.94/3/2) Cygwin
// FOX-1.1.38
// (./configure --disable-shared --prefix=/usr; make; make install;
//  ln -s /usr/lib/libFOX-1.1.a /usr/lib/libfox.a;
//  ln -s /usr/lib/libFOX-1.1.la /usr/lib/libfox.la)
#include <fox/fx.h>
// FXScintilla-1.53 (./configure --prefix=/usr;make;make install)
#include <fxscintilla/Scintilla.h>
#include <fxscintilla/FXScintilla.h> using namespace FX;
// compile this example with:
// g++ -o sc.exe -O2 -mwindows -e _mainCRTStartup sc.cpp -lfxscintilla -lfox -lcomctl32
int main(int argc, char ** argv)
FXApp application("FXScintilla");
application.init(argc, argv);

FXMainWindow *win =
new FXMainWindow(&application, "FXScintilla Example");
// Instantiate an FXScintilla widget
FXScintilla *scint =
new FXScintilla(win, NULL, 0, LAYOUT_FILL_X|LAYOUT_FILL_Y);
// The Scintilla programming interface is through messages
// à la Windows (see scintilla/doc/ScintillaDoc.html)
scint->sendMessage(SCI_STYLESETFONT, STYLE_DEFAULT, (long)"Courier New");
scint->sendMessage(SCI_STYLESETSIZE, STYLE_DEFAULT, (long)10);
scint->sendMessage(SCI_STYLECLEARALL, 0, 0);
return   application.run();
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------ when I run sc.exe, focus is taken from my rxvt, but no window shows up.
Am I compiling this correctly? (see comments for compile cmd line)
Are any code statements out of order? Any suggestions?
David Hisel

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