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1 /*
2 * Name: wx/defs.h
3 * Purpose: Declarations/definitions common to all wx source files
4 * Author: Julian Smart and others
5 * Modified by: Ryan Norton (Converted to C)
6 * Created: 01/02/97
7 * RCS-ID: $Id: defs.h 53370 2008-04-26 05:43:41Z KO $
8 * Copyright: (c) Julian Smart
9 * Licence: wxWindows licence
10 */
11
12 /* THIS IS A C FILE, DON'T USE C++ FEATURES (IN PARTICULAR COMMENTS) IN IT */
13
14 #ifndef _WX_DEFS_H_
15 #define _WX_DEFS_H_
16
17 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
18 /* compiler and OS identification */
19 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
20
21 #include "wx/platform.h"
22
23 #ifdef __cplusplus
24 /* Make sure the environment is set correctly */
25 # if defined(__WXMSW__) && defined(__X__)
26 # error "Target can't be both X and Windows"
27 # elif defined(__WXMSW__) && defined(__PALMOS__)
28 # error "Target can't be both PalmOS and Windows"
29 # elif !defined(__WXMOTIF__) && \
30 !defined(__WXMSW__) && \
31 !defined(__WXPALMOS__)&& \
32 !defined(__WXGTK__) && \
33 !defined(__WXPM__) && \
34 !defined(__WXMAC__) && \
35 !defined(__WXCOCOA__) && \
36 !defined(__X__) && \
37 !defined(__WXMGL__) && \
38 !defined(__WXDFB__) && \
39 !defined(__WXX11__) && \
40 wxUSE_GUI
41 # ifdef __UNIX__
42 # error "No Target! You should use wx-config program for compilation flags!"
43 # else /* !Unix */
44 # error "No Target! You should use supplied makefiles for compilation!"
45 # endif /* Unix/!Unix */
46 # endif
47 #endif /*__cplusplus*/
48
49 #ifndef __WXWINDOWS__
50 #define __WXWINDOWS__ 1
51 #endif
52
53 #ifndef wxUSE_BASE
54 /* by default consider that this is a monolithic build */
55 #define wxUSE_BASE 1
56 #endif
57
58 #if !wxUSE_GUI && !defined(__WXBASE__)
59 #define __WXBASE__
60 #endif
61
62 /* include the feature test macros */
63 #include "wx/features.h"
64
65 /* suppress some Visual C++ warnings */
66 #ifdef __VISUALC__
67 /* the only "real" warning here is 4244 but there are just too many of them */
68 /* in our code... one day someone should go and fix them but until then... */
69 # pragma warning(disable:4097) /* typedef used as class */
70 # pragma warning(disable:4201) /* nonstandard extension used: nameless struct/union */
71 # pragma warning(disable:4244) /* conversion from double to float */
72 # pragma warning(disable:4355) /* 'this' used in base member initializer list */
73 # pragma warning(disable:4511) /* copy ctor couldn't be generated */
74 # pragma warning(disable:4512) /* operator=() couldn't be generated */
75 # pragma warning(disable:4710) /* function not inlined */
76
77 /* For VC++ 5.0 for release mode, the warning 'C4702: unreachable code */
78 /* is buggy, and occurs for code that does actually get executed */
79 # if !defined __WXDEBUG__ && __VISUALC__ <= 1100
80 # pragma warning(disable:4702) /* unreachable code */
81 # endif
82 /* The VC++ 5.0 warning 'C4003: not enough actual parameters for macro'
83 * is incompatible with the wxWidgets headers since it is given when
84 * parameters are empty but not missing. */
85 # if __VISUALC__ <= 1100
86 # pragma warning(disable:4003) /* not enough actual parameters for macro */
87 # endif
88
89 /*
90 VC++ 8 gives a warning when using standard functions such as sprintf,
91 localtime, ... -- stop this madness, unless the user had already done it
92 */
93 #if __VISUALC__ >= 1400
94 #ifndef _CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE
95 #define _CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE 1
96 #endif
97 #ifndef _CRT_NON_CONFORMING_SWPRINTFS
98 #define _CRT_NON_CONFORMING_SWPRINTFS 1
99 #endif
100 #endif /* VC++ 8 */
101 #endif /* __VISUALC__ */
102
103 /* suppress some Salford C++ warnings */
104 #ifdef __SALFORDC__
105 # pragma suppress 353 /* Possible nested comments */
106 # pragma suppress 593 /* Define not used */
107 # pragma suppress 61 /* enum has no name (doesn't suppress!) */
108 # pragma suppress 106 /* unnamed, unused parameter */
109 # pragma suppress 571 /* Virtual function hiding */
110 #endif /* __SALFORDC__ */
111
112 /* suppress some Borland C++ warnings */
113 #ifdef __BORLANDC__
114 # pragma warn -inl /* Functions containing reserved words and certain constructs are not expanded inline */
115 #endif /* __BORLANDC__ */
116
117 /*
118 g++ gives a warning when a class has private dtor if it has no friends but
119 this is a perfectly valid situation for a ref-counted class which destroys
120 itself when its ref count drops to 0, so provide a macro to suppress this
121 warning
122 */
123 #ifdef __GNUG__
124 # define wxSUPPRESS_GCC_PRIVATE_DTOR_WARNING(name) \
125 friend class wxDummyFriendFor ## name;
126 #else /* !g++ */
127 # define wxSUPPRESS_GCC_PRIVATE_DTOR_WARNING(name)
128 #endif
129
130 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
131 /* wxWidgets version and compatibility defines */
132 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
133
134 #include "wx/version.h"
135
136 /* ============================================================================ */
137 /* non portable C++ features */
138 /* ============================================================================ */
139
140 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
141 /* compiler defects workarounds */
142 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
143
144 /*
145 Digital Unix C++ compiler only defines this symbol for .cxx and .hxx files,
146 so define it ourselves (newer versions do it for all files, though, and
147 don't allow it to be redefined)
148 */
149 #if defined(__DECCXX) && !defined(__VMS) && !defined(__cplusplus)
150 #define __cplusplus
151 #endif /* __DECCXX */
152
153 /* Resolves linking problems under HP-UX when compiling with gcc/g++ */
154 #if defined(__HPUX__) && defined(__GNUG__)
155 #define va_list __gnuc_va_list
156 #endif /* HP-UX */
157
158 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
159 /* check for native bool type and TRUE/FALSE constants */
160 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
161
162 /* Add more tests here for Windows compilers that already define bool */
163 /* (under Unix, configure tests for this) */
164 #ifndef HAVE_BOOL
165 #if defined( __MWERKS__ )
166 #if (__MWERKS__ >= 0x1000) && __option(bool)
167 #define HAVE_BOOL
168 #endif
169 #elif defined(__APPLE__) && defined(__APPLE_CC__)
170 /* Apple bundled gcc supports bool */
171 #define HAVE_BOOL
172 #elif defined(__VISUALC__) && (__VISUALC__ == 1020)
173 /* in VC++ 4.2 the bool keyword is reserved (hence can't be typedefed) */
174 /* but not implemented, so we must #define it */
175 #define bool unsigned int
176 #elif defined(__VISUALC__) && (__VISUALC__ == 1010)
177 /* For VisualC++ 4.1, we need to define */
178 /* bool as something between 4.0 & 5.0... */
179 typedef unsigned int wxbool;
180 #define bool wxbool
181 #define HAVE_BOOL
182 #elif defined(__VISUALC__) && (__VISUALC__ > 1020)
183 /* VC++ supports bool since 4.2 */
184 #define HAVE_BOOL
185 #elif defined(__BORLANDC__) && (__BORLANDC__ >= 0x500)
186 /* Borland 5.0+ supports bool */
187 #define HAVE_BOOL
188 #elif wxCHECK_WATCOM_VERSION(1,0)
189 /* Watcom 11+ supports bool */
190 #define HAVE_BOOL
191 #elif defined(__DIGITALMARS__)
192 /* DigitalMars supports bool */
193 #define HAVE_BOOL
194 #elif defined(__GNUWIN32__) || defined(__MINGW32__) || defined(__CYGWIN__)
195 /* Cygwin supports bool */
196 #define HAVE_BOOL
197 #elif defined(__VISAGECPP__)
198 #if __IBMCPP__ < 400
199 typedef unsigned long bool;
200 #define true ((bool)1)
201 #define false ((bool)0)
202 #endif
203 #define HAVE_BOOL
204 #endif /* compilers */
205 #endif /* HAVE_BOOL */
206
207 #if !defined(__MWERKS__) || !defined(true)
208 #if !defined(HAVE_BOOL) && !defined(bool) && !defined(VMS)
209 /* NB: of course, this doesn't replace the standard type, because, for */
210 /* example, overloading based on bool/int parameter doesn't work and */
211 /* so should be avoided in portable programs */
212 typedef unsigned int bool;
213 #endif /* bool */
214
215 /* deal with TRUE/true stuff: we assume that if the compiler supports bool, it */
216 /* supports true/false as well and that, OTOH, if it does _not_ support bool, */
217 /* it doesn't support these keywords (this is less sure, in particular VC++ */
218 /* 4.x could be a problem here) */
219 #ifndef HAVE_BOOL
220 #define true ((bool)1)
221 #define false ((bool)0)
222 #endif
223 #endif
224
225 /* for backwards compatibility, also define TRUE and FALSE */
226 /* */
227 /* note that these definitions should work both in C++ and C code, so don't */
228 /* use true/false below */
229 #ifndef TRUE
230 #define TRUE 1
231 #endif
232
233 #ifndef FALSE
234 #define FALSE 0
235 #endif
236
237 typedef short int WXTYPE;
238
239 /* special care should be taken with this type under Windows where the real */
240 /* window id is unsigned, so we must always do the cast before comparing them */
241 /* (or else they would be always different!). Using wxGetWindowId() which does */
242 /* the cast itself is recommended. Note that this type can't be unsigned */
243 /* because wxID_ANY == -1 is a valid (and largely used) value for window id. */
244 typedef int wxWindowID;
245
246 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
247 /* other feature tests */
248 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
249
250 /* Every ride down a slippery slope begins with a single step.. */
251 /* */
252 /* Yes, using nested classes is indeed against our coding standards in */
253 /* general, but there are places where you can use them to advantage */
254 /* without totally breaking ports that cannot use them. If you do, then */
255 /* wrap it in this guard, but such cases should still be relatively rare. */
256 #define wxUSE_NESTED_CLASSES 1
257
258 /* check for explicit keyword support */
259 #ifndef HAVE_EXPLICIT
260 #if defined(__VISUALC__) && (__VISUALC__ >= 1100)
261 /* VC++ 6.0 and 5.0 have explicit (what about earlier versions?) */
262 #define HAVE_EXPLICIT
263 #elif ( defined(__MINGW32__) || defined(__CYGWIN32__) ) \
264 && wxCHECK_GCC_VERSION(2, 95)
265 /* GCC 2.95 has explicit, what about earlier versions? */
266 #define HAVE_EXPLICIT
267 #elif defined(__BORLANDC__) && (__BORLANDC__ >= 0x0520)
268 /* BC++ 4.52 doesn't support explicit, CBuilder 1 does */
269 #define HAVE_EXPLICIT
270 #elif defined(__MWERKS__) && (__MWERKS__ >= 0x2400)
271 /* Metrowerks CW6 or higher has explicit */
272 #define HAVE_EXPLICIT
273 #elif defined(__DIGITALMARS__)
274 #define HAVE_EXPLICIT
275 #endif
276 #endif /* !HAVE_EXPLICIT */
277
278 #ifdef HAVE_EXPLICIT
279 #define wxEXPLICIT explicit
280 #else /* !HAVE_EXPLICIT */
281 #define wxEXPLICIT
282 #endif /* HAVE_EXPLICIT/!HAVE_EXPLICIT */
283
284 /* check for static/const_cast<>() (we don't use the other ones for now) */
285 #ifndef HAVE_CXX_CASTS
286 #if defined(__VISUALC__) && (__VISUALC__ >= 1100)
287 /* VC++ 6.0 and 5.0 have C++ casts (what about earlier versions?) */
288 #define HAVE_CXX_CASTS
289 #elif defined(__MINGW32__) || defined(__CYGWIN32__)
290 #if wxCHECK_GCC_VERSION(2, 95)
291 /* GCC 2.95 has C++ casts, what about earlier versions? */
292 #define HAVE_CXX_CASTS
293 #endif
294 #endif
295 #endif /* !HAVE_CXX_CASTS */
296
297 #ifdef HAVE_CXX_CASTS
298 #ifndef HAVE_CONST_CAST
299 #define HAVE_CONST_CAST
300 #endif
301 #ifndef HAVE_REINTERPRET_CAST
302 #define HAVE_REINTERPRET_CAST
303 #endif
304 #ifndef HAVE_STATIC_CAST
305 #define HAVE_STATIC_CAST
306 #endif
307 #ifndef HAVE_DYNAMIC_CAST
308 #define HAVE_DYNAMIC_CAST
309 #endif
310 #endif /* HAVE_CXX_CASTS */
311
312 #ifdef HAVE_STATIC_CAST
313 #define wx_static_cast(t, x) static_cast<t>(x)
314 #else
315 #define wx_static_cast(t, x) ((t)(x))
316 #endif
317
318 #ifdef HAVE_CONST_CAST
319 #define wx_const_cast(t, x) const_cast<t>(x)
320 #else
321 #define wx_const_cast(t, x) ((t)(x))
322 #endif
323
324 #ifdef HAVE_REINTERPRET_CAST
325 #define wx_reinterpret_cast(t, x) reinterpret_cast<t>(x)
326 #else
327 #define wx_reinterpret_cast(t, x) ((t)(x))
328 #endif
329
330 /*
331 This one is a wx invention: like static cast but used when we intentionally
332 truncate from a larger to smaller type, static_cast<> can't be used for it
333 as it results in warnings when using some compilers (SGI mipspro for example)
334 */
335 #if defined(__INTELC__) && defined(__cplusplus)
336 template <typename T, typename X>
337 inline T wx_truncate_cast_impl(X x)
338 {
339 #pragma warning(push)
340 /* implicit conversion of a 64-bit integral type to a smaller integral type */
341 #pragma warning(disable: 1682)
342 /* conversion from "X" to "T" may lose significant bits */
343 #pragma warning(disable: 810)
344
345 return x;
346
347 #pragma warning(pop)
348 }
349
350 #define wx_truncate_cast(t, x) wx_truncate_cast_impl<t>(x)
351
352 #elif defined(__cplusplus) && defined(__VISUALC__) && __VISUALC__ >= 1310
353 template <typename T, typename X>
354 inline T wx_truncate_cast_impl(X x)
355 {
356 #pragma warning(push)
357 /* conversion from 'X' to 'T', possible loss of data */
358 #pragma warning(disable: 4267)
359
360 return x;
361
362 #pragma warning(pop)
363 }
364
365 #define wx_truncate_cast(t, x) wx_truncate_cast_impl<t>(x)
366 #else
367 #define wx_truncate_cast(t, x) ((t)(x))
368 #endif
369
370 /* for consistency with wxStatic/DynamicCast defined in wx/object.h */
371 #define wxConstCast(obj, className) wx_const_cast(className *, obj)
372
373 #ifndef HAVE_STD_WSTRING
374 #if defined(__VISUALC__) && (__VISUALC__ >= 1100)
375 /* VC++ 6.0 and 5.0 have std::wstring (what about earlier versions?) */
376 #define HAVE_STD_WSTRING
377 #elif ( defined(__MINGW32__) || defined(__CYGWIN32__) ) \
378 && wxCHECK_GCC_VERSION(3, 3)
379 /* GCC 3.1 has std::wstring; 3.0 never was in MinGW, 2.95 hasn't it */
380 #define HAVE_STD_WSTRING
381 #endif
382 #endif
383
384 #ifndef HAVE_STD_STRING_COMPARE
385 #if defined(__VISUALC__) && (__VISUALC__ >= 1100)
386 /* VC++ 6.0 and 5.0 have std::string::compare */
387 /* (what about earlier versions?) */
388 #define HAVE_STD_STRING_COMPARE
389 #elif ( defined(__MINGW32__) || defined(__CYGWIN32__) ) \
390 && wxCHECK_GCC_VERSION(3, 1)
391 /* GCC 3.1 has std::string::compare; */
392 /* 3.0 never was in MinGW, 2.95 hasn't it */
393 #define HAVE_STD_STRING_COMPARE
394 #endif
395 #endif
396
397 /* provide replacement for C99 va_copy() if the compiler doesn't have it */
398
399 /* could be already defined by configure or the user */
400 #ifndef wxVaCopy
401 /* if va_copy is a macro or configure detected that we have it, use it */
402 #if defined(va_copy) || defined(HAVE_VA_COPY)
403 #define wxVaCopy va_copy
404 #else /* no va_copy, try to provide a replacement */
405 /*
406 configure tries to determine whether va_list is an array or struct
407 type, but it may not be used under Windows, so deal with a few
408 special cases.
409 */
410
411 #ifdef __WATCOMC__
412 /* Watcom uses array type for va_list except for PPC and Alpha */
413 #if !defined(__PPC__) && !defined(__AXP__)
414 #define VA_LIST_IS_ARRAY
415 #endif
416 #endif /* __WATCOMC__ */
417
418 #if defined(__PPC__) && (defined(_CALL_SYSV) || defined (_WIN32))
419 /*
420 PPC using SysV ABI and NT/PPC are special in that they use an
421 extra level of indirection.
422 */
423 #define VA_LIST_IS_POINTER
424 #endif /* SysV or Win32 on __PPC__ */
425
426 /*
427 note that we use memmove(), not memcpy(), in case anybody tries
428 to do wxVaCopy(ap, ap)
429 */
430 #if defined(VA_LIST_IS_POINTER)
431 #define wxVaCopy(d, s) memmove(*(d), *(s), sizeof(va_list))
432 #elif defined(VA_LIST_IS_ARRAY)
433 #define wxVaCopy(d, s) memmove((d), (s), sizeof(va_list))
434 #else /* we can only hope that va_lists are simple lvalues */
435 #define wxVaCopy(d, s) ((d) = (s))
436 #endif
437 #endif /* va_copy/!va_copy */
438 #endif /* wxVaCopy */
439
440
441 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
442 /* portable calling conventions macros */
443 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
444
445 /* stdcall is used for all functions called by Windows under Windows */
446 #if defined(__WINDOWS__)
447 #if defined(__GNUWIN32__)
448 #define wxSTDCALL __attribute__((stdcall))
449 #else
450 /* both VC++ and Borland understand this */
451 #define wxSTDCALL _stdcall
452 #endif
453
454 #else /* Win */
455 /* no such stupidness under Unix */
456 #define wxSTDCALL
457 #endif /* platform */
458
459 /* LINKAGEMODE mode is empty for everyting except OS/2 */
460 #ifndef LINKAGEMODE
461 #define LINKAGEMODE
462 #endif /* LINKAGEMODE */
463
464 /* wxCALLBACK should be used for the functions which are called back by */
465 /* Windows (such as compare function for wxListCtrl) */
466 #if defined(__WIN32__) && !defined(__WXMICROWIN__)
467 #define wxCALLBACK wxSTDCALL
468 #else
469 /* no stdcall under Unix nor Win16 */
470 #define wxCALLBACK
471 #endif /* platform */
472
473 /* generic calling convention for the extern "C" functions */
474
475 #if defined(__VISUALC__)
476 #define wxC_CALLING_CONV _cdecl
477 #elif defined(__VISAGECPP__)
478 #define wxC_CALLING_CONV _Optlink
479 #else /* !Visual C++ */
480 #define wxC_CALLING_CONV
481 #endif /* compiler */
482
483 /* callling convention for the qsort(3) callback */
484 #define wxCMPFUNC_CONV wxC_CALLING_CONV
485
486 /* compatibility :-( */
487 #define CMPFUNC_CONV wxCMPFUNC_CONV
488
489 /* DLL import/export declarations */
490 #include "wx/dlimpexp.h"
491
492 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
493 /* Very common macros */
494 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
495
496 /* Printf-like attribute definitions to obtain warnings with GNU C/C++ */
497 #ifndef ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF
498 # if defined(__GNUC__) && !wxUSE_UNICODE
499 # define ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF(m, n) __attribute__ ((__format__ (__printf__, m, n)))
500 # else
501 # define ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF(m, n)
502 # endif
503
504 # define ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF_1 ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF(1, 2)
505 # define ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF_2 ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF(2, 3)
506 # define ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF_3 ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF(3, 4)
507 # define ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF_4 ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF(4, 5)
508 # define ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF_5 ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF(5, 6)
509 #endif /* !defined(ATTRIBUTE_PRINTF) */
510
511 /* Macro to issue warning when using deprecated functions with gcc3 or MSVC7: */
512 #if wxCHECK_GCC_VERSION(3, 1)
513 #define wxDEPRECATED(x) x __attribute__ ((deprecated))
514 #elif defined(__VISUALC__) && (__VISUALC__ >= 1300)
515 #define wxDEPRECATED(x) __declspec(deprecated) x
516 #else
517 #define wxDEPRECATED(x) x
518 #endif
519
520 /* everybody gets the assert and other debug macros */
521 #include "wx/debug.h"
522
523 /* NULL declaration: it must be defined as 0 for C++ programs (in particular, */
524 /* it must not be defined as "(void *)0" which is standard for C but completely */
525 /* breaks C++ code) */
526 #ifndef __HANDHELDPC__
527 #include <stddef.h>
528 #endif
529
530 /* delete pointer if it is not NULL and NULL it afterwards */
531 /* (checking that it's !NULL before passing it to delete is just a */
532 /* a question of style, because delete will do it itself anyhow, but it might */
533 /* be considered as an error by some overzealous debugging implementations of */
534 /* the library, so we do it ourselves) */
535 #define wxDELETE(p) if ( (p) != NULL ) { delete p; p = NULL; }
536
537 /* delete an array and NULL it (see comments above) */
538 #define wxDELETEA(p) if ( (p) ) { delete [] (p); p = NULL; }
539
540 /* size of statically declared array */
541 #define WXSIZEOF(array) (sizeof(array)/sizeof(array[0]))
542
543 /* symbolic constant used by all Find()-like functions returning positive */
544 /* integer on success as failure indicator */
545 #define wxNOT_FOUND (-1)
546
547 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
548 /* macros to avoid compiler warnings */
549 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
550
551 /* Macro to cut down on compiler warnings. */
552 #if 1 /* there should be no more any compilers needing the "#else" version */
553 #define WXUNUSED(identifier) /* identifier */
554 #else /* stupid, broken compiler */
555 #define WXUNUSED(identifier) identifier
556 #endif
557
558 /* some arguments are only used in debug mode, but unused in release one */
559 #ifdef __WXDEBUG__
560 #define WXUNUSED_UNLESS_DEBUG(param) param
561 #else
562 #define WXUNUSED_UNLESS_DEBUG(param) WXUNUSED(param)
563 #endif
564
565 /* some arguments are not used in unicode mode */
566 #if wxUSE_UNICODE
567 #define WXUNUSED_IN_UNICODE(param) WXUNUSED(param)
568 #else
569 #define WXUNUSED_IN_UNICODE(param) param
570 #endif
571
572 /* some arguments are not used in WinCE build */
573 #ifdef __WXWINCE__
574 #define WXUNUSED_IN_WINCE(param) WXUNUSED(param)
575 #else
576 #define WXUNUSED_IN_WINCE(param) param
577 #endif
578
579 /* unused parameters in non stream builds */
580 #if wxUSE_STREAMS
581 #define WXUNUSED_UNLESS_STREAMS(param) param
582 #else
583 #define WXUNUSED_UNLESS_STREAMS(param) WXUNUSED(param)
584 #endif
585
586 /* some compilers give warning about a possibly unused variable if it is */
587 /* initialized in both branches of if/else and shut up if it is initialized */
588 /* when declared, but other compilers then give warnings about unused variable */
589 /* value -- this should satisfy both of them */
590 #if defined(__VISUALC__)
591 #define wxDUMMY_INITIALIZE(val) = val
592 #else
593 #define wxDUMMY_INITIALIZE(val)
594 #endif
595
596 /* sometimes the value of a variable is *really* not used, to suppress the */
597 /* resulting warning you may pass it to this function */
598 #ifdef __cplusplus
599 # ifdef __BORLANDC__
600 # define wxUnusedVar(identifier) identifier
601 # else
602 template <class T>
603 inline void wxUnusedVar(const T& WXUNUSED(t)) { }
604 # endif
605 #endif
606
607 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
608 /* compiler specific settings */
609 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
610
611 /* to allow compiling with warning level 4 under Microsoft Visual C++ some */
612 /* warnings just must be disabled */
613 #ifdef __VISUALC__
614 #pragma warning(disable: 4514) /* unreferenced inline func has been removed */
615 /*
616 you might be tempted to disable this one also: triggered by CHECK and FAIL
617 macros in debug.h, but it's, overall, a rather useful one, so I leave it and
618 will try to find some way to disable this warning just for CHECK/FAIL. Anyone?
619 */
620 #pragma warning(disable: 4127) /* conditional expression is constant */
621 #endif /* VC++ */
622
623 #if defined(__MWERKS__)
624 #undef try
625 #undef except
626 #undef finally
627 #define except(x) catch(...)
628 #endif /* Metrowerks */
629
630 #if wxONLY_WATCOM_EARLIER_THAN(1,4)
631 typedef short mode_t;
632 #endif
633
634 /* where should i put this? we need to make sure of this as it breaks */
635 /* the <iostream> code. */
636 #if !wxUSE_IOSTREAMH && defined(__WXDEBUG__)
637 # ifndef __MWERKS__
638 /* #undef __WXDEBUG__ */
639 # ifdef wxUSE_DEBUG_NEW_ALWAYS
640 # undef wxUSE_DEBUG_NEW_ALWAYS
641 # define wxUSE_DEBUG_NEW_ALWAYS 0
642 # endif
643 # endif
644 #endif
645
646 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
647 /* standard wxWidgets types */
648 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
649
650 /* the type for screen and DC coordinates */
651 typedef int wxCoord;
652
653 enum { wxDefaultCoord = -1 };
654
655 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
656 /* define fixed length types */
657 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
658
659 #if defined(__WXPALMOS__) || defined(__MINGW32__)
660 #include <sys/types.h>
661 #endif
662
663 /* chars are always one byte (by definition), shorts are always two (in */
664 /* practice) */
665
666 /* 8bit */
667 #ifndef SIZEOF_CHAR
668 #define SIZEOF_CHAR 1
669 #endif
670 typedef signed char wxInt8;
671 typedef unsigned char wxUint8;
672 typedef wxUint8 wxByte;
673
674
675 /* 16bit */
676 #ifdef SIZEOF_SHORT
677 #if SIZEOF_SHORT != 2
678 #error "wxWidgets assumes sizeof(short) == 2, please fix the code"
679 #endif
680 #else
681 #define SIZEOF_SHORT 2
682 #endif
683
684 typedef signed short wxInt16;
685 typedef unsigned short wxUint16;
686
687 typedef wxUint16 wxWord;
688
689 /*
690 things are getting more interesting with ints, longs and pointers
691
692 there are several different standard data models described by this table:
693
694 +-----------+----------------------------+
695 |type\model | LP64 ILP64 LLP64 ILP32 LP32|
696 +-----------+----------------------------+
697 |char | 8 8 8 8 8 |
698 |short | 16 16 16 16 16 |
699 |int | 32 64 32 32 16 |
700 |long | 64 64 32 32 32 |
701 |long long | 64 |
702 |void * | 64 64 64 32 32 |
703 +-----------+----------------------------+
704
705 Win16 used LP32 (but we don't support it any longer), Win32 obviously used
706 ILP32 and Win64 uses LLP64 (a.k.a. P64)
707
708 Under Unix LP64 is the most widely used (the only I've ever seen, in fact)
709 */
710
711 /* 32bit */
712 #ifdef __PALMOS__
713 typedef int wxInt32;
714 typedef unsigned int wxUint32;
715 #define SIZEOF_INT 4
716 #define SIZEOF_LONG 4
717 #define SIZEOF_WCHAR_T 2
718 #define SIZEOF_SIZE_T 4
719 #define wxSIZE_T_IS_UINT
720 #define SIZEOF_VOID_P 4
721 #define SIZEOF_SIZE_T 4
722 #elif defined(__WINDOWS__)
723 /* Win64 uses LLP64 model and so ints and longs have the same size as in */
724 /* Win32 */
725 #if defined(__WIN32__)
726 typedef int wxInt32;
727 typedef unsigned int wxUint32;
728
729 /* Assume that if SIZEOF_INT is defined that all the other ones except
730 SIZEOF_SIZE_T, are too. See next #if below. */
731 #ifndef SIZEOF_INT
732 #define SIZEOF_INT 4
733 #define SIZEOF_LONG 4
734 #define SIZEOF_WCHAR_T 2
735
736 /*
737 under Win64 sizeof(size_t) == 8 and so it is neither unsigned
738 int nor unsigned long!
739 */
740 #ifdef __WIN64__
741 #define SIZEOF_SIZE_T 8
742
743 #undef wxSIZE_T_IS_UINT
744 #else /* Win32 */
745 #define SIZEOF_SIZE_T 4
746
747 #define wxSIZE_T_IS_UINT
748 #endif
749 #undef wxSIZE_T_IS_ULONG
750
751 #ifdef __WIN64__
752 #define SIZEOF_VOID_P 8
753 #else /* Win32 */
754 #define SIZEOF_VOID_P 4
755 #endif /* Win64/32 */
756 #endif /* !defined(SIZEOF_INT) */
757
758 /*
759 If Python.h was included first, it defines all of the SIZEOF's above
760 except for SIZEOF_SIZE_T, so we need to do it here to avoid
761 triggering the #error in the ssize_t typedefs below...
762 */
763 #ifndef SIZEOF_SIZE_T
764 #ifdef __WIN64__
765 #define SIZEOF_SIZE_T 8
766 #else /* Win32 */
767 #define SIZEOF_SIZE_T 4
768 #endif
769 #endif
770 #else
771 #error "Unsupported Windows version"
772 #endif
773 #else /* !Windows */
774 /* SIZEOF_XXX are normally defined by configure */
775 #ifdef SIZEOF_INT
776 #if SIZEOF_INT == 8
777 /* must be ILP64 data model, there is normally a special 32 bit */
778 /* type in it but we don't know what it is... */
779 #error "No 32bit int type on this platform"
780 #elif SIZEOF_INT == 4
781 typedef int wxInt32;
782 typedef unsigned int wxUint32;
783 #elif SIZEOF_INT == 2
784 /* must be LP32 */
785 #if SIZEOF_LONG != 4
786 #error "No 32bit int type on this platform"
787 #endif
788
789 typedef long wxInt32;
790 typedef unsigned long wxUint32;
791 #else
792 /* wxWidgets is not ready for 128bit systems yet... */
793 #error "Unknown sizeof(int) value, what are you compiling for?"
794 #endif
795 #else /* !defined(SIZEOF_INT) */
796 /* assume default 32bit machine -- what else can we do? */
797 wxCOMPILE_TIME_ASSERT( sizeof(int) == 4, IntMustBeExactly4Bytes);
798 wxCOMPILE_TIME_ASSERT( sizeof(size_t) == 4, SizeTMustBeExactly4Bytes);
799 wxCOMPILE_TIME_ASSERT( sizeof(void *) == 4, PtrMustBeExactly4Bytes);
800
801 #define SIZEOF_INT 4
802 #define SIZEOF_SIZE_T 4
803 #define SIZEOF_VOID_P 4
804
805 typedef int wxInt32;
806 typedef unsigned int wxUint32;
807
808 #if defined(__MACH__) && !defined(SIZEOF_WCHAR_T)
809 #define SIZEOF_WCHAR_T 4
810 #endif
811 #if wxUSE_WCHAR_T && !defined(SIZEOF_WCHAR_T)
812 /* also assume that sizeof(wchar_t) == 2 (under Unix the most */
813 /* common case is 4 but there configure would have defined */
814 /* SIZEOF_WCHAR_T for us) */
815 /* the most common case */
816 wxCOMPILE_TIME_ASSERT( sizeof(wchar_t) == 2,
817 Wchar_tMustBeExactly2Bytes);
818
819 #define SIZEOF_WCHAR_T 2
820 #endif /* wxUSE_WCHAR_T */
821 #endif
822 #endif /* Win/!Win */
823
824 typedef wxUint32 wxDword;
825
826 /*
827 Define an integral type big enough to contain all of long, size_t and void *.
828 */
829 #if SIZEOF_LONG >= SIZEOF_VOID_P && SIZEOF_LONG >= SIZEOF_SIZE_T
830 /* normal case */
831 typedef unsigned long wxUIntPtr;
832 #elif SIZEOF_SIZE_T >= SIZEOF_VOID_P
833 /* Win64 case */
834 typedef size_t wxUIntPtr;
835 #else
836 /*
837 This should never happen for the current architectures but if you're
838 using one where it does, please contact wx-dev@lists.wxwidgets.org.
839 */
840 #error "Pointers can't be stored inside integer types."
841 #endif
842
843 #ifdef __cplusplus
844 /* And also define a couple of simple functions to cast pointer to/from it. */
845 inline wxUIntPtr wxPtrToUInt(const void *p)
846 {
847 /*
848 VC++ 7.1 gives warnings about casts such as below even when they're
849 explicit with /Wp64 option, suppress them as we really know what we're
850 doing here. Same thing with icc with -Wall.
851 */
852 #ifdef __VISUALC__
853 #if __VISUALC__ >= 1200
854 #pragma warning(push)
855 #endif
856 /* pointer truncation from '' to '' */
857 #pragma warning(disable: 4311)
858 #elif defined(__INTELC__)
859 #pragma warning(push)
860 /* conversion from pointer to same-sized integral type */
861 #pragma warning(disable: 1684)
862 #endif
863
864 return wx_reinterpret_cast(wxUIntPtr, p);
865
866 #if (defined(__VISUALC__) && __VISUALC__ >= 1200) || defined(__INTELC__)
867 #pragma warning(pop)
868 #endif
869 }
870
871 inline void *wxUIntToPtr(wxUIntPtr p)
872 {
873 #ifdef __VISUALC__
874 #if __VISUALC__ >= 1200
875 #pragma warning(push)
876 #endif
877 /* conversion to type of greater size */
878 #pragma warning(disable: 4312)
879 #elif defined(__INTELC__)
880 #pragma warning(push)
881 /* invalid type conversion: "wxUIntPtr={unsigned long}" to "void *" */
882 #pragma warning(disable: 171)
883 #endif
884
885 return wx_reinterpret_cast(void *, p);
886
887 #if (defined(__VISUALC__) && __VISUALC__ >= 1200) || defined(__INTELC__)
888 #pragma warning(pop)
889 #endif
890 }
891 #endif /*__cplusplus*/
892
893
894 /* 64 bit */
895
896 /* NB: we #define and not typedef wxLongLong_t because we use "#ifdef */
897 /* wxLongLong_t" in wx/longlong.h */
898
899 /* wxULongLong_t is set later (usually to unsigned wxLongLong_t) */
900
901 /* to avoid compilation problems on 64bit machines with ambiguous method calls */
902 /* we will need to define this */
903 #undef wxLongLongIsLong
904
905 /*
906 First check for specific compilers which have known 64 bit integer types,
907 this avoids clashes with SIZEOF_LONG[_LONG] being defined incorrectly for
908 e.g. MSVC builds (Python.h defines it as 8 even for MSVC).
909
910 Also notice that we check for "long long" before checking for 64 bit long as
911 we still want to use "long long" and not "long" for wxLongLong_t on 64 bit
912 architectures to be able to pass wxLongLong_t to the standard functions
913 prototyped as taking "long long" such as strtoll().
914 */
915 #if (defined(__VISUALC__) && defined(__WIN32__))
916 #define wxLongLong_t __int64
917 #define wxLongLongSuffix i64
918 #define wxLongLongFmtSpec _T("I64")
919 #elif defined(__BORLANDC__) && defined(__WIN32__) && (__BORLANDC__ >= 0x520)
920 #define wxLongLong_t __int64
921 #define wxLongLongSuffix i64
922 #define wxLongLongFmtSpec _T("L")
923 #elif (defined(__WATCOMC__) && (defined(__WIN32__) || defined(__DOS__) || defined(__OS2__)))
924 #define wxLongLong_t __int64
925 #define wxLongLongSuffix i64
926 #define wxLongLongFmtSpec _T("L")
927 #elif defined(__DIGITALMARS__)
928 #define wxLongLong_t __int64
929 #define wxLongLongSuffix LL
930 #define wxLongLongFmtSpec _T("ll")
931 #elif defined(__MINGW32__)
932 #define wxLongLong_t long long
933 #define wxLongLongSuffix ll
934 #define wxLongLongFmtSpec _T("I64")
935 #elif defined(__MWERKS__)
936 #if __option(longlong)
937 #define wxLongLong_t long long
938 #define wxLongLongSuffix ll
939 #define wxLongLongFmtSpec _T("ll")
940 #else
941 #error "The 64 bit integer support in CodeWarrior has been disabled."
942 #error "See the documentation on the 'longlong' pragma."
943 #endif
944 #elif defined(__WXPALMOS__)
945 #define wxLongLong_t int64_t
946 #define wxLongLongSuffix ll
947 #define wxLongLongFmtSpec _T("ll")
948 #elif defined(__VISAGECPP__) && __IBMCPP__ >= 400
949 #define wxLongLong_t long long
950 #elif (defined(SIZEOF_LONG_LONG) && SIZEOF_LONG_LONG >= 8) || \
951 defined(__GNUC__) || \
952 defined(__CYGWIN__) || \
953 defined(__WXMICROWIN__) || \
954 (defined(__DJGPP__) && __DJGPP__ >= 2)
955 #define wxLongLong_t long long
956 #define wxLongLongSuffix ll
957 #define wxLongLongFmtSpec _T("ll")
958 #elif defined(SIZEOF_LONG) && (SIZEOF_LONG == 8)
959 #define wxLongLong_t long
960 #define wxLongLongSuffix l
961 #define wxLongLongFmtSpec _T("l")
962 #define wxLongLongIsLong
963 #endif
964
965
966 #ifdef wxLongLong_t
967
968 #ifdef __WXPALMOS__
969 #define wxULongLong_t uint64_t
970 #else
971 #define wxULongLong_t unsigned wxLongLong_t
972 #endif
973
974 /* these macros allow to define 64 bit constants in a portable way */
975 #define wxLL(x) wxCONCAT(x, wxLongLongSuffix)
976 #define wxULL(x) wxCONCAT(x, wxCONCAT(u, wxLongLongSuffix))
977
978 typedef wxLongLong_t wxInt64;
979 typedef wxULongLong_t wxUint64;
980
981 #define wxHAS_INT64 1
982
983 #elif wxUSE_LONGLONG
984 /* these macros allow to define 64 bit constants in a portable way */
985 #define wxLL(x) wxLongLong(x)
986 #define wxULL(x) wxULongLong(x)
987
988 #define wxInt64 wxLongLong
989 #define wxUint64 wxULongLong
990
991 #define wxHAS_INT64 1
992
993 #else /* !wxUSE_LONGLONG */
994
995 #define wxHAS_INT64 0
996
997 #endif
998
999
1000 /* Make sure ssize_t is defined (a signed type the same size as size_t) */
1001 /* HAVE_SSIZE_T should be defined for compiliers that already have it */
1002 #ifdef __MINGW32__
1003 #if defined(_SSIZE_T_) && !defined(HAVE_SSIZE_T)
1004 #define HAVE_SSIZE_T
1005 #endif
1006 #endif
1007 #if defined(__PALMOS__) && !defined(HAVE_SSIZE_T)
1008 #define HAVE_SSIZE_T
1009 #endif
1010 #if wxCHECK_WATCOM_VERSION(1,4)
1011 #define HAVE_SSIZE_T
1012 #endif
1013 #ifndef HAVE_SSIZE_T
1014 #if SIZEOF_SIZE_T == 4
1015 typedef wxInt32 ssize_t;
1016 #elif SIZEOF_SIZE_T == 8
1017 typedef wxInt64 ssize_t;
1018 #else
1019 #error "error defining ssize_t, size_t is not 4 or 8 bytes"
1020 #endif
1021 #endif
1022
1023
1024 /* base floating point types */
1025 /* wxFloat32: 32 bit IEEE float ( 1 sign, 8 exponent bits, 23 fraction bits */
1026 /* wxFloat64: 64 bit IEEE float ( 1 sign, 11 exponent bits, 52 fraction bits */
1027 /* wxDouble: native fastest representation that has at least wxFloat64 */
1028 /* precision, so use the IEEE types for storage, and this for */
1029 /* calculations */
1030
1031 typedef float wxFloat32;
1032 #if (defined( __WXMAC__ ) || defined(__WXCOCOA__)) && defined (__MWERKS__)
1033 typedef short double wxFloat64;
1034 #else
1035 typedef double wxFloat64;
1036 #endif
1037
1038 typedef double wxDouble;
1039
1040 /*
1041 Some (non standard) compilers typedef wchar_t as an existing type instead
1042 of treating it as a real fundamental type, set wxWCHAR_T_IS_REAL_TYPE to 0
1043 for them and to 1 for all the others.
1044 */
1045 #if wxUSE_WCHAR_T
1046 /*
1047 VC++ typedefs wchar_t as unsigned short by default, that is unless
1048 /Za or /Zc:wchar_t option is used in which case _WCHAR_T_DEFINED is
1049 defined.
1050 */
1051 # if defined(__VISUALC__) && !defined(_NATIVE_WCHAR_T_DEFINED)
1052 # define wxWCHAR_T_IS_REAL_TYPE 0
1053 # else /* compiler having standard-conforming wchar_t */
1054 # define wxWCHAR_T_IS_REAL_TYPE 1
1055 # endif
1056 #endif /* wxUSE_WCHAR_T */
1057
1058 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1059 /* byte ordering related definition and macros */
1060 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1061
1062 /* byte sex */
1063
1064 #define wxBIG_ENDIAN 4321
1065 #define wxLITTLE_ENDIAN 1234
1066 #define wxPDP_ENDIAN 3412
1067
1068 #ifdef WORDS_BIGENDIAN
1069 #define wxBYTE_ORDER wxBIG_ENDIAN
1070 #else
1071 #define wxBYTE_ORDER wxLITTLE_ENDIAN
1072 #endif
1073
1074 /* byte swapping */
1075
1076 #if defined (__MWERKS__) && ( (__MWERKS__ < 0x0900) || macintosh )
1077 /* assembler versions for these */
1078 #ifdef __POWERPC__
1079 inline wxUint16 wxUINT16_SWAP_ALWAYS( wxUint16 i )
1080 {return (__lhbrx( &i , 0 ) );}
1081 inline wxInt16 wxINT16_SWAP_ALWAYS( wxInt16 i )
1082 {return (__lhbrx( &i , 0 ) );}
1083 inline wxUint32 wxUINT32_SWAP_ALWAYS( wxUint32 i )
1084 {return (__lwbrx( &i , 0 ) );}
1085 inline wxInt32 wxINT32_SWAP_ALWAYS( wxInt32 i )
1086 {return (__lwbrx( &i , 0 ) );}
1087 #else
1088 #pragma parameter __D0 wxUINT16_SWAP_ALWAYS(__D0)
1089 pascal wxUint16 wxUINT16_SWAP_ALWAYS(wxUint16 value)
1090 = { 0xE158 };
1091
1092 #pragma parameter __D0 wxINT16_SWAP_ALWAYS(__D0)
1093 pascal wxInt16 wxINT16_SWAP_ALWAYS(wxInt16 value)
1094 = { 0xE158 };
1095
1096 #pragma parameter __D0 wxUINT32_SWAP_ALWAYS (__D0)
1097 pascal wxUint32 wxUINT32_SWAP_ALWAYS(wxUint32 value)
1098 = { 0xE158, 0x4840, 0xE158 };
1099
1100 #pragma parameter __D0 wxINT32_SWAP_ALWAYS (__D0)
1101 pascal wxInt32 wxINT32_SWAP_ALWAYS(wxInt32 value)
1102 = { 0xE158, 0x4840, 0xE158 };
1103
1104 #endif
1105 #else /* !MWERKS */
1106 #define wxUINT16_SWAP_ALWAYS(val) \
1107 ((wxUint16) ( \
1108 (((wxUint16) (val) & (wxUint16) 0x00ffU) << 8) | \
1109 (((wxUint16) (val) & (wxUint16) 0xff00U) >> 8)))
1110
1111 #define wxINT16_SWAP_ALWAYS(val) \
1112 ((wxInt16) ( \
1113 (((wxUint16) (val) & (wxUint16) 0x00ffU) << 8) | \
1114 (((wxUint16) (val) & (wxUint16) 0xff00U) >> 8)))
1115
1116 #define wxUINT32_SWAP_ALWAYS(val) \
1117 ((wxUint32) ( \
1118 (((wxUint32) (val) & (wxUint32) 0x000000ffU) << 24) | \
1119 (((wxUint32) (val) & (wxUint32) 0x0000ff00U) << 8) | \
1120 (((wxUint32) (val) & (wxUint32) 0x00ff0000U) >> 8) | \
1121 (((wxUint32) (val) & (wxUint32) 0xff000000U) >> 24)))
1122
1123 #define wxINT32_SWAP_ALWAYS(val) \
1124 ((wxInt32) ( \
1125 (((wxUint32) (val) & (wxUint32) 0x000000ffU) << 24) | \
1126 (((wxUint32) (val) & (wxUint32) 0x0000ff00U) << 8) | \
1127 (((wxUint32) (val) & (wxUint32) 0x00ff0000U) >> 8) | \
1128 (((wxUint32) (val) & (wxUint32) 0xff000000U) >> 24)))
1129 #endif
1130 /* machine specific byte swapping */
1131
1132 #ifdef wxLongLong_t
1133 #define wxUINT64_SWAP_ALWAYS(val) \
1134 ((wxUint64) ( \
1135 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x00000000000000ff)) << 56) | \
1136 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x000000000000ff00)) << 40) | \
1137 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x0000000000ff0000)) << 24) | \
1138 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x00000000ff000000)) << 8) | \
1139 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x000000ff00000000)) >> 8) | \
1140 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x0000ff0000000000)) >> 24) | \
1141 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x00ff000000000000)) >> 40) | \
1142 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0xff00000000000000)) >> 56)))
1143
1144 #define wxINT64_SWAP_ALWAYS(val) \
1145 ((wxInt64) ( \
1146 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x00000000000000ff)) << 56) | \
1147 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x000000000000ff00)) << 40) | \
1148 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x0000000000ff0000)) << 24) | \
1149 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x00000000ff000000)) << 8) | \
1150 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x000000ff00000000)) >> 8) | \
1151 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x0000ff0000000000)) >> 24) | \
1152 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0x00ff000000000000)) >> 40) | \
1153 (((wxUint64) (val) & (wxUint64) wxULL(0xff00000000000000)) >> 56)))
1154 #elif wxUSE_LONGLONG /* !wxLongLong_t */
1155 #define wxUINT64_SWAP_ALWAYS(val) \
1156 ((wxUint64) ( \
1157 ((wxULongLong(val) & wxULongLong(0L, 0x000000ffU)) << 56) | \
1158 ((wxULongLong(val) & wxULongLong(0L, 0x0000ff00U)) << 40) | \
1159 ((wxULongLong(val) & wxULongLong(0L, 0x00ff0000U)) << 24) | \
1160 ((wxULongLong(val) & wxULongLong(0L, 0xff000000U)) << 8) | \
1161 ((wxULongLong(val) & wxULongLong(0x000000ffL, 0U)) >> 8) | \
1162 ((wxULongLong(val) & wxULongLong(0x0000ff00L, 0U)) >> 24) | \
1163 ((wxULongLong(val) & wxULongLong(0x00ff0000L, 0U)) >> 40) | \
1164 ((wxULongLong(val) & wxULongLong(0xff000000L, 0U)) >> 56)))
1165
1166 #define wxINT64_SWAP_ALWAYS(val) \
1167 ((wxInt64) ( \
1168 ((wxLongLong(val) & wxLongLong(0L, 0x000000ffU)) << 56) | \
1169 ((wxLongLong(val) & wxLongLong(0L, 0x0000ff00U)) << 40) | \
1170 ((wxLongLong(val) & wxLongLong(0L, 0x00ff0000U)) << 24) | \
1171 ((wxLongLong(val) & wxLongLong(0L, 0xff000000U)) << 8) | \
1172 ((wxLongLong(val) & wxLongLong(0x000000ffL, 0U)) >> 8) | \
1173 ((wxLongLong(val) & wxLongLong(0x0000ff00L, 0U)) >> 24) | \
1174 ((wxLongLong(val) & wxLongLong(0x00ff0000L, 0U)) >> 40) | \
1175 ((wxLongLong(val) & wxLongLong(0xff000000L, 0U)) >> 56)))
1176 #endif /* wxLongLong_t/!wxLongLong_t */
1177
1178 #ifdef WORDS_BIGENDIAN
1179 #define wxUINT16_SWAP_ON_BE(val) wxUINT16_SWAP_ALWAYS(val)
1180 #define wxINT16_SWAP_ON_BE(val) wxINT16_SWAP_ALWAYS(val)
1181 #define wxUINT16_SWAP_ON_LE(val) (val)
1182 #define wxINT16_SWAP_ON_LE(val) (val)
1183 #define wxUINT32_SWAP_ON_BE(val) wxUINT32_SWAP_ALWAYS(val)
1184 #define wxINT32_SWAP_ON_BE(val) wxINT32_SWAP_ALWAYS(val)
1185 #define wxUINT32_SWAP_ON_LE(val) (val)
1186 #define wxINT32_SWAP_ON_LE(val) (val)
1187 #if wxHAS_INT64
1188 #define wxUINT64_SWAP_ON_BE(val) wxUINT64_SWAP_ALWAYS(val)
1189 #define wxUINT64_SWAP_ON_LE(val) (val)
1190 #endif
1191 #else
1192 #define wxUINT16_SWAP_ON_LE(val) wxUINT16_SWAP_ALWAYS(val)
1193 #define wxINT16_SWAP_ON_LE(val) wxINT16_SWAP_ALWAYS(val)
1194 #define wxUINT16_SWAP_ON_BE(val) (val)
1195 #define wxINT16_SWAP_ON_BE(val) (val)
1196 #define wxUINT32_SWAP_ON_LE(val) wxUINT32_SWAP_ALWAYS(val)
1197 #define wxINT32_SWAP_ON_LE(val) wxINT32_SWAP_ALWAYS(val)
1198 #define wxUINT32_SWAP_ON_BE(val) (val)
1199 #define wxINT32_SWAP_ON_BE(val) (val)
1200 #if wxHAS_INT64
1201 #define wxUINT64_SWAP_ON_LE(val) wxUINT64_SWAP_ALWAYS(val)
1202 #define wxUINT64_SWAP_ON_BE(val) (val)
1203 #endif
1204 #endif
1205
1206 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1207 /* Geometric flags */
1208 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1209
1210 enum wxGeometryCentre
1211 {
1212 wxCENTRE = 0x0001,
1213 wxCENTER = wxCENTRE
1214 };
1215
1216 /* centering into frame rather than screen (obsolete) */
1217 #define wxCENTER_FRAME 0x0000
1218 /* centre on screen rather than parent */
1219 #define wxCENTRE_ON_SCREEN 0x0002
1220 #define wxCENTER_ON_SCREEN wxCENTRE_ON_SCREEN
1221
1222 enum wxOrientation
1223 {
1224 /* don't change the values of these elements, they are used elsewhere */
1225 wxHORIZONTAL = 0x0004,
1226 wxVERTICAL = 0x0008,
1227
1228 wxBOTH = wxVERTICAL | wxHORIZONTAL
1229 };
1230
1231 enum wxDirection
1232 {
1233 wxLEFT = 0x0010,
1234 wxRIGHT = 0x0020,
1235 wxUP = 0x0040,
1236 wxDOWN = 0x0080,
1237
1238 wxTOP = wxUP,
1239 wxBOTTOM = wxDOWN,
1240
1241 wxNORTH = wxUP,
1242 wxSOUTH = wxDOWN,
1243 wxWEST = wxLEFT,
1244 wxEAST = wxRIGHT,
1245
1246 wxALL = (wxUP | wxDOWN | wxRIGHT | wxLEFT)
1247 };
1248
1249 enum wxAlignment
1250 {
1251 wxALIGN_NOT = 0x0000,
1252 wxALIGN_CENTER_HORIZONTAL = 0x0100,
1253 wxALIGN_CENTRE_HORIZONTAL = wxALIGN_CENTER_HORIZONTAL,
1254 wxALIGN_LEFT = wxALIGN_NOT,
1255 wxALIGN_TOP = wxALIGN_NOT,
1256 wxALIGN_RIGHT = 0x0200,
1257 wxALIGN_BOTTOM = 0x0400,
1258 wxALIGN_CENTER_VERTICAL = 0x0800,
1259 wxALIGN_CENTRE_VERTICAL = wxALIGN_CENTER_VERTICAL,
1260
1261 wxALIGN_CENTER = (wxALIGN_CENTER_HORIZONTAL | wxALIGN_CENTER_VERTICAL),
1262 wxALIGN_CENTRE = wxALIGN_CENTER,
1263
1264 /* a mask to extract alignment from the combination of flags */
1265 wxALIGN_MASK = 0x0f00
1266 };
1267
1268 enum wxStretch
1269 {
1270 wxSTRETCH_NOT = 0x0000,
1271 wxSHRINK = 0x1000,
1272 wxGROW = 0x2000,
1273 wxEXPAND = wxGROW,
1274 wxSHAPED = 0x4000,
1275 wxFIXED_MINSIZE = 0x8000,
1276 #if wxABI_VERSION >= 20808
1277 wxRESERVE_SPACE_EVEN_IF_HIDDEN = 0x0002,
1278 #endif
1279 wxTILE = 0xc000,
1280
1281 /* for compatibility only, default now, don't use explicitly any more */
1282 #if WXWIN_COMPATIBILITY_2_4
1283 wxADJUST_MINSIZE = 0x00100000
1284 #else
1285 wxADJUST_MINSIZE = 0
1286 #endif
1287 };
1288
1289 /* border flags: the values are chosen for backwards compatibility */
1290 enum wxBorder
1291 {
1292 /* this is different from wxBORDER_NONE as by default the controls do have */
1293 /* border */
1294 wxBORDER_DEFAULT = 0,
1295
1296 wxBORDER_NONE = 0x00200000,
1297 wxBORDER_STATIC = 0x01000000,
1298 wxBORDER_SIMPLE = 0x02000000,
1299 wxBORDER_RAISED = 0x04000000,
1300 wxBORDER_SUNKEN = 0x08000000,
1301 wxBORDER_DOUBLE = 0x10000000, /* deprecated */
1302 wxBORDER_THEME = 0x10000000,
1303
1304 /* a mask to extract border style from the combination of flags */
1305 wxBORDER_MASK = 0x1f200000
1306 };
1307
1308 /* This makes it easier to specify a 'normal' border for a control */
1309 #if defined(__SMARTPHONE__) || defined(__POCKETPC__)
1310 #define wxDEFAULT_CONTROL_BORDER wxBORDER_SIMPLE
1311 #else
1312 #define wxDEFAULT_CONTROL_BORDER wxBORDER_SUNKEN
1313 #endif
1314
1315 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1316 /* Window style flags */
1317 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1318
1319 /*
1320 * Values are chosen so they can be |'ed in a bit list.
1321 * Some styles are used across more than one group,
1322 * so the values mustn't clash with others in the group.
1323 * Otherwise, numbers can be reused across groups.
1324 *
1325 * From version 1.66:
1326 * Window (cross-group) styles now take up the first half
1327 * of the flag, and control-specific styles the
1328 * second half.
1329 *
1330 */
1331
1332 /*
1333 * Window (Frame/dialog/subwindow/panel item) style flags
1334 */
1335 #define wxVSCROLL 0x80000000
1336 #define wxHSCROLL 0x40000000
1337 #define wxCAPTION 0x20000000
1338
1339 /* New styles (border styles are now in their own enum) */
1340 #define wxDOUBLE_BORDER wxBORDER_DOUBLE
1341 #define wxSUNKEN_BORDER wxBORDER_SUNKEN
1342 #define wxRAISED_BORDER wxBORDER_RAISED
1343 #define wxBORDER wxBORDER_SIMPLE
1344 #define wxSIMPLE_BORDER wxBORDER_SIMPLE
1345 #define wxSTATIC_BORDER wxBORDER_STATIC
1346 #define wxNO_BORDER wxBORDER_NONE
1347
1348 /* wxALWAYS_SHOW_SB: instead of hiding the scrollbar when it is not needed, */
1349 /* disable it - but still show (see also wxLB_ALWAYS_SB style) */
1350 /* */
1351 /* NB: as this style is only supported by wxUniversal and wxMSW so far */
1352 #define wxALWAYS_SHOW_SB 0x00800000
1353
1354 /* Clip children when painting, which reduces flicker in e.g. frames and */
1355 /* splitter windows, but can't be used in a panel where a static box must be */
1356 /* 'transparent' (panel paints the background for it) */
1357 #define wxCLIP_CHILDREN 0x00400000
1358
1359 /* Note we're reusing the wxCAPTION style because we won't need captions */
1360 /* for subwindows/controls */
1361 #define wxCLIP_SIBLINGS 0x20000000
1362
1363 #define wxTRANSPARENT_WINDOW 0x00100000
1364
1365 /* Add this style to a panel to get tab traversal working outside of dialogs */
1366 /* (on by default for wxPanel, wxDialog, wxScrolledWindow) */
1367 #define wxTAB_TRAVERSAL 0x00080000
1368
1369 /* Add this style if the control wants to get all keyboard messages (under */
1370 /* Windows, it won't normally get the dialog navigation key events) */
1371 #define wxWANTS_CHARS 0x00040000
1372
1373 /* Make window retained (Motif only, see src/generic/scrolwing.cpp)
1374 * This is non-zero only under wxMotif, to avoid a clash with wxPOPUP_WINDOW
1375 * on other platforms
1376 */
1377
1378 #ifdef __WXMOTIF__
1379 #define wxRETAINED 0x00020000
1380 #else
1381 #define wxRETAINED 0x00000000
1382 #endif
1383 #define wxBACKINGSTORE wxRETAINED
1384
1385 /* set this flag to create a special popup window: it will be always shown on */
1386 /* top of other windows, will capture the mouse and will be dismissed when the */
1387 /* mouse is clicked outside of it or if it loses focus in any other way */
1388 #define wxPOPUP_WINDOW 0x00020000
1389
1390 /* force a full repaint when the window is resized (instead of repainting just */
1391 /* the invalidated area) */
1392 #define wxFULL_REPAINT_ON_RESIZE 0x00010000
1393
1394 /* obsolete: now this is the default behaviour */
1395 /* */
1396 /* don't invalidate the whole window (resulting in a PAINT event) when the */
1397 /* window is resized (currently, makes sense for wxMSW only) */
1398 #define wxNO_FULL_REPAINT_ON_RESIZE 0
1399
1400 /* A mask which can be used to filter (out) all wxWindow-specific styles.
1401 */
1402 #define wxWINDOW_STYLE_MASK \
1403 (wxVSCROLL|wxHSCROLL|wxBORDER_MASK|wxALWAYS_SHOW_SB|wxCLIP_CHILDREN| \
1404 wxCLIP_SIBLINGS|wxTRANSPARENT_WINDOW|wxTAB_TRAVERSAL|wxWANTS_CHARS| \
1405 wxRETAINED|wxPOPUP_WINDOW|wxFULL_REPAINT_ON_RESIZE)
1406
1407 /*
1408 * Extra window style flags (use wxWS_EX prefix to make it clear that they
1409 * should be passed to wxWindow::SetExtraStyle(), not SetWindowStyle())
1410 */
1411
1412 /* by default, TransferDataTo/FromWindow() only work on direct children of the */
1413 /* window (compatible behaviour), set this flag to make them recursively */
1414 /* descend into all subwindows */
1415 #define wxWS_EX_VALIDATE_RECURSIVELY 0x00000001
1416
1417 /* wxCommandEvents and the objects of the derived classes are forwarded to the */
1418 /* parent window and so on recursively by default. Using this flag for the */
1419 /* given window allows to block this propagation at this window, i.e. prevent */
1420 /* the events from being propagated further upwards. The dialogs have this */
1421 /* flag on by default. */
1422 #define wxWS_EX_BLOCK_EVENTS 0x00000002
1423
1424 /* don't use this window as an implicit parent for the other windows: this must */
1425 /* be used with transient windows as otherwise there is the risk of creating a */
1426 /* dialog/frame with this window as a parent which would lead to a crash if the */
1427 /* parent is destroyed before the child */
1428 #define wxWS_EX_TRANSIENT 0x00000004
1429
1430 /* don't paint the window background, we'll assume it will */
1431 /* be done by a theming engine. This is not yet used but could */
1432 /* possibly be made to work in the future, at least on Windows */
1433 #define wxWS_EX_THEMED_BACKGROUND 0x00000008
1434
1435 /* this window should always process idle events */
1436 #define wxWS_EX_PROCESS_IDLE 0x00000010
1437
1438 /* this window should always process UI update events */
1439 #define wxWS_EX_PROCESS_UI_UPDATES 0x00000020
1440
1441 /* Draw the window in a metal theme on Mac */
1442 #define wxFRAME_EX_METAL 0x00000040
1443 #define wxDIALOG_EX_METAL 0x00000040
1444
1445 /* Use this style to add a context-sensitive help to the window (currently for */
1446 /* Win32 only and it doesn't work if wxMINIMIZE_BOX or wxMAXIMIZE_BOX are used) */
1447 #define wxWS_EX_CONTEXTHELP 0x00000080
1448
1449 /* synonyms for wxWS_EX_CONTEXTHELP for compatibility */
1450 #define wxFRAME_EX_CONTEXTHELP wxWS_EX_CONTEXTHELP
1451 #define wxDIALOG_EX_CONTEXTHELP wxWS_EX_CONTEXTHELP
1452
1453 /* Create a window which is attachable to another top level window */
1454 #define wxFRAME_DRAWER 0x0020
1455
1456 /*
1457 * MDI parent frame style flags
1458 * Can overlap with some of the above.
1459 */
1460
1461 #define wxFRAME_NO_WINDOW_MENU 0x0100
1462
1463 /*
1464 * wxMenuBar style flags
1465 */
1466 /* use native docking */
1467 #define wxMB_DOCKABLE 0x0001
1468
1469 /*
1470 * wxMenu style flags
1471 */
1472 #define wxMENU_TEAROFF 0x0001
1473
1474 /*
1475 * Apply to all panel items
1476 */
1477 #define wxCOLOURED 0x0800
1478 #define wxFIXED_LENGTH 0x0400
1479
1480 /*
1481 * Styles for wxListBox
1482 */
1483 #define wxLB_SORT 0x0010
1484 #define wxLB_SINGLE 0x0020
1485 #define wxLB_MULTIPLE 0x0040
1486 #define wxLB_EXTENDED 0x0080
1487 /* wxLB_OWNERDRAW is Windows-only */
1488 #define wxLB_OWNERDRAW 0x0100
1489 #define wxLB_NEEDED_SB 0x0200
1490 #define wxLB_ALWAYS_SB 0x0400
1491 #define wxLB_HSCROLL wxHSCROLL
1492 /* always show an entire number of rows */
1493 #define wxLB_INT_HEIGHT 0x0800
1494
1495 #if WXWIN_COMPATIBILITY_2_6
1496 /* deprecated synonyms */
1497 #define wxPROCESS_ENTER 0x0400 /* wxTE_PROCESS_ENTER */
1498 #define wxPASSWORD 0x0800 /* wxTE_PASSWORD */
1499 #endif
1500
1501 /*
1502 * wxComboBox style flags
1503 */
1504 #define wxCB_SIMPLE 0x0004
1505 #define wxCB_SORT 0x0008
1506 #define wxCB_READONLY 0x0010
1507 #define wxCB_DROPDOWN 0x0020
1508
1509 /*
1510 * wxRadioBox style flags
1511 */
1512 /* should we number the items from left to right or from top to bottom in a 2d */
1513 /* radiobox? */
1514 #define wxRA_LEFTTORIGHT 0x0001
1515 #define wxRA_TOPTOBOTTOM 0x0002
1516
1517 /* New, more intuitive names to specify majorDim argument */
1518 #define wxRA_SPECIFY_COLS wxHORIZONTAL
1519 #define wxRA_SPECIFY_ROWS wxVERTICAL
1520
1521 /* Old names for compatibility */
1522 #define wxRA_HORIZONTAL wxHORIZONTAL
1523 #define wxRA_VERTICAL wxVERTICAL
1524 #define wxRA_USE_CHECKBOX 0x0010 /* alternative native subcontrols (wxPalmOS) */
1525
1526 /*
1527 * wxRadioButton style flag
1528 */
1529 #define wxRB_GROUP 0x0004
1530 #define wxRB_SINGLE 0x0008
1531 #define wxRB_USE_CHECKBOX 0x0010 /* alternative native control (wxPalmOS) */
1532
1533 /*
1534 * wxScrollBar flags
1535 */
1536 #define wxSB_HORIZONTAL wxHORIZONTAL
1537 #define wxSB_VERTICAL wxVERTICAL
1538
1539 /*
1540 * wxSpinButton flags.
1541 * Note that a wxSpinCtrl is sometimes defined as
1542 * a wxTextCtrl, and so the flags must be different
1543 * from wxTextCtrl's.
1544 */
1545 #define wxSP_HORIZONTAL wxHORIZONTAL /* 4 */
1546 #define wxSP_VERTICAL wxVERTICAL /* 8 */
1547 #define wxSP_ARROW_KEYS 0x1000
1548 #define wxSP_WRAP 0x2000
1549
1550 /*
1551 * wxTabCtrl flags
1552 */
1553 #define wxTC_RIGHTJUSTIFY 0x0010
1554 #define wxTC_FIXEDWIDTH 0x0020
1555 #define wxTC_TOP 0x0000 /* default */
1556 #define wxTC_LEFT 0x0020
1557 #define wxTC_RIGHT 0x0040
1558 #define wxTC_BOTTOM 0x0080
1559 #define wxTC_MULTILINE 0x0200 /* == wxNB_MULTILINE */
1560 #define wxTC_OWNERDRAW 0x0400
1561
1562 /*
1563 * wxStatusBar95 flags
1564 */
1565 #define wxST_SIZEGRIP 0x0010
1566
1567 /*
1568 * wxStaticText flags
1569 */
1570 #define wxST_NO_AUTORESIZE 0x0001
1571 #define wxST_DOTS_MIDDLE 0x0002
1572 #define wxST_DOTS_END 0x0004
1573
1574 /*
1575 * wxStaticBitmap flags
1576 */
1577 #define wxBI_EXPAND wxEXPAND
1578
1579 /*
1580 * wxStaticLine flags
1581 */
1582 #define wxLI_HORIZONTAL wxHORIZONTAL
1583 #define wxLI_VERTICAL wxVERTICAL
1584
1585
1586 /*
1587 * extended dialog specifiers. these values are stored in a different
1588 * flag and thus do not overlap with other style flags. note that these
1589 * values do not correspond to the return values of the dialogs (for
1590 * those values, look at the wxID_XXX defines).
1591 */
1592
1593 /* wxCENTRE already defined as 0x00000001 */
1594 #define wxYES 0x00000002
1595 #define wxOK 0x00000004
1596 #define wxNO 0x00000008
1597 #define wxYES_NO (wxYES | wxNO)
1598 #define wxCANCEL 0x00000010
1599
1600 #define wxYES_DEFAULT 0x00000000 /* has no effect (default) */
1601 #define wxNO_DEFAULT 0x00000080
1602
1603 #define wxICON_EXCLAMATION 0x00000100
1604 #define wxICON_HAND 0x00000200
1605 #define wxICON_WARNING wxICON_EXCLAMATION
1606 #define wxICON_ERROR wxICON_HAND
1607 #define wxICON_QUESTION 0x00000400
1608 #define wxICON_INFORMATION 0x00000800
1609 #define wxICON_STOP wxICON_HAND
1610 #define wxICON_ASTERISK wxICON_INFORMATION
1611 #define wxICON_MASK (0x00000100|0x00000200|0x00000400|0x00000800)
1612
1613 #define wxFORWARD 0x00001000
1614 #define wxBACKWARD 0x00002000
1615 #define wxRESET 0x00004000
1616 #define wxHELP 0x00008000
1617 #define wxMORE 0x00010000
1618 #define wxSETUP 0x00020000
1619
1620 /*
1621 * Background styles. See wxWindow::SetBackgroundStyle
1622 */
1623
1624 enum wxBackgroundStyle
1625 {
1626 wxBG_STYLE_SYSTEM,
1627 wxBG_STYLE_COLOUR,
1628 wxBG_STYLE_CUSTOM
1629 };
1630
1631 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1632 /* standard IDs */
1633 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1634
1635 /* Standard menu IDs */
1636 enum
1637 {
1638 /* no id matches this one when compared to it */
1639 wxID_NONE = -3,
1640
1641 /* id for a separator line in the menu (invalid for normal item) */
1642 wxID_SEPARATOR = -2,
1643
1644 /* any id: means that we don't care about the id, whether when installing
1645 * an event handler or when creating a new window */
1646 wxID_ANY = -1,
1647
1648
1649 /* all predefined ids are between wxID_LOWEST and wxID_HIGHEST */
1650 wxID_LOWEST = 4999,
1651
1652 wxID_OPEN,
1653 wxID_CLOSE,
1654 wxID_NEW,
1655 wxID_SAVE,
1656 wxID_SAVEAS,
1657 wxID_REVERT,
1658 wxID_EXIT,
1659 wxID_UNDO,
1660 wxID_REDO,
1661 wxID_HELP,
1662 wxID_PRINT,
1663 wxID_PRINT_SETUP,
1664 wxID_PAGE_SETUP,
1665 wxID_PREVIEW,
1666 wxID_ABOUT,
1667 wxID_HELP_CONTENTS,
1668 wxID_HELP_INDEX,
1669 wxID_HELP_SEARCH,
1670 wxID_HELP_COMMANDS,
1671 wxID_HELP_PROCEDURES,
1672 wxID_HELP_CONTEXT,
1673 wxID_CLOSE_ALL,
1674 wxID_PREFERENCES,
1675
1676 wxID_EDIT = 5030,
1677 wxID_CUT,
1678 wxID_COPY,
1679 wxID_PASTE,
1680 wxID_CLEAR,
1681 wxID_FIND,
1682 wxID_DUPLICATE,
1683 wxID_SELECTALL,
1684 wxID_DELETE,
1685 wxID_REPLACE,
1686 wxID_REPLACE_ALL,
1687 wxID_PROPERTIES,
1688
1689 wxID_VIEW_DETAILS,
1690 wxID_VIEW_LARGEICONS,
1691 wxID_VIEW_SMALLICONS,
1692 wxID_VIEW_LIST,
1693 wxID_VIEW_SORTDATE,
1694 wxID_VIEW_SORTNAME,
1695 wxID_VIEW_SORTSIZE,
1696 wxID_VIEW_SORTTYPE,
1697
1698 wxID_FILE = 5050,
1699 wxID_FILE1,
1700 wxID_FILE2,
1701 wxID_FILE3,
1702 wxID_FILE4,
1703 wxID_FILE5,
1704 wxID_FILE6,
1705 wxID_FILE7,
1706 wxID_FILE8,
1707 wxID_FILE9,
1708
1709 /* Standard button and menu IDs */
1710 wxID_OK = 5100,
1711 wxID_CANCEL,
1712 wxID_APPLY,
1713 wxID_YES,
1714 wxID_NO,
1715 wxID_STATIC,
1716 wxID_FORWARD,
1717 wxID_BACKWARD,
1718 wxID_DEFAULT,
1719 wxID_MORE,
1720 wxID_SETUP,
1721 wxID_RESET,
1722 wxID_CONTEXT_HELP,
1723 wxID_YESTOALL,
1724 wxID_NOTOALL,
1725 wxID_ABORT,
1726 wxID_RETRY,
1727 wxID_IGNORE,
1728 wxID_ADD,
1729 wxID_REMOVE,
1730
1731 wxID_UP,
1732 wxID_DOWN,
1733 wxID_HOME,
1734 wxID_REFRESH,
1735 wxID_STOP,
1736 wxID_INDEX,
1737
1738 wxID_BOLD,
1739 wxID_ITALIC,
1740 wxID_JUSTIFY_CENTER,
1741 wxID_JUSTIFY_FILL,
1742 wxID_JUSTIFY_RIGHT,
1743 wxID_JUSTIFY_LEFT,
1744 wxID_UNDERLINE,
1745 wxID_INDENT,
1746 wxID_UNINDENT,
1747 wxID_ZOOM_100,
1748 wxID_ZOOM_FIT,
1749 wxID_ZOOM_IN,
1750 wxID_ZOOM_OUT,
1751 wxID_UNDELETE,
1752 wxID_REVERT_TO_SAVED,
1753
1754 /* System menu IDs (used by wxUniv): */
1755 wxID_SYSTEM_MENU = 5200,
1756 wxID_CLOSE_FRAME,
1757 wxID_MOVE_FRAME,
1758 wxID_RESIZE_FRAME,
1759 wxID_MAXIMIZE_FRAME,
1760 wxID_ICONIZE_FRAME,
1761 wxID_RESTORE_FRAME,
1762
1763 /* IDs used by generic file dialog (13 consecutive starting from this value) */
1764 wxID_FILEDLGG = 5900,
1765
1766 wxID_HIGHEST = 5999
1767 };
1768
1769 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1770 /* other constants */
1771 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1772
1773 /* menu and toolbar item kinds */
1774 enum wxItemKind
1775 {
1776 wxITEM_SEPARATOR = -1,
1777 wxITEM_NORMAL,
1778 wxITEM_CHECK,
1779 wxITEM_RADIO,
1780 wxITEM_MAX
1781 };
1782
1783 /* hit test results */
1784 enum wxHitTest
1785 {
1786 wxHT_NOWHERE,
1787
1788 /* scrollbar */
1789 wxHT_SCROLLBAR_FIRST = wxHT_NOWHERE,
1790 wxHT_SCROLLBAR_ARROW_LINE_1, /* left or upper arrow to scroll by line */
1791 wxHT_SCROLLBAR_ARROW_LINE_2, /* right or down */
1792 wxHT_SCROLLBAR_ARROW_PAGE_1, /* left or upper arrow to scroll by page */
1793 wxHT_SCROLLBAR_ARROW_PAGE_2, /* right or down */
1794 wxHT_SCROLLBAR_THUMB, /* on the thumb */
1795 wxHT_SCROLLBAR_BAR_1, /* bar to the left/above the thumb */
1796 wxHT_SCROLLBAR_BAR_2, /* bar to the right/below the thumb */
1797 wxHT_SCROLLBAR_LAST,
1798
1799 /* window */
1800 wxHT_WINDOW_OUTSIDE, /* not in this window at all */
1801 wxHT_WINDOW_INSIDE, /* in the client area */
1802 wxHT_WINDOW_VERT_SCROLLBAR, /* on the vertical scrollbar */
1803 wxHT_WINDOW_HORZ_SCROLLBAR, /* on the horizontal scrollbar */
1804 wxHT_WINDOW_CORNER, /* on the corner between 2 scrollbars */
1805
1806 wxHT_MAX
1807 };
1808
1809 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1810 /* Possible SetSize flags */
1811 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1812
1813 /* Use internally-calculated width if -1 */
1814 #define wxSIZE_AUTO_WIDTH 0x0001
1815 /* Use internally-calculated height if -1 */
1816 #define wxSIZE_AUTO_HEIGHT 0x0002
1817 /* Use internally-calculated width and height if each is -1 */
1818 #define wxSIZE_AUTO (wxSIZE_AUTO_WIDTH|wxSIZE_AUTO_HEIGHT)
1819 /* Ignore missing (-1) dimensions (use existing). */
1820 /* For readability only: test for wxSIZE_AUTO_WIDTH/HEIGHT in code. */
1821 #define wxSIZE_USE_EXISTING 0x0000
1822 /* Allow -1 as a valid position */
1823 #define wxSIZE_ALLOW_MINUS_ONE 0x0004
1824 /* Don't do parent client adjustments (for implementation only) */
1825 #define wxSIZE_NO_ADJUSTMENTS 0x0008
1826 /* Change the window position even if it seems to be already correct */
1827 #define wxSIZE_FORCE 0x0010
1828
1829 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1830 /* GDI descriptions */
1831 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
1832
1833 enum
1834 {
1835 /* Text font families */
1836 wxDEFAULT = 70,
1837 wxDECORATIVE,
1838 wxROMAN,
1839 wxSCRIPT,
1840 wxSWISS,
1841 wxMODERN,
1842 wxTELETYPE, /* @@@@ */
1843
1844 /* Proportional or Fixed width fonts (not yet used) */
1845 wxVARIABLE = 80,
1846 wxFIXED,
1847
1848 wxNORMAL = 90,
1849 wxLIGHT,
1850 wxBOLD,
1851 /* Also wxNORMAL for normal (non-italic text) */
1852 wxITALIC,
1853 wxSLANT,
1854
1855 /* Pen styles */
1856 wxSOLID = 100,
1857 wxDOT,
1858 wxLONG_DASH,
1859 wxSHORT_DASH,
1860 wxDOT_DASH,
1861 wxUSER_DASH,
1862
1863 wxTRANSPARENT,
1864
1865 /* Brush & Pen Stippling. Note that a stippled pen cannot be dashed!! */
1866 /* Note also that stippling a Pen IS meaningfull, because a Line is */
1867 wxSTIPPLE_MASK_OPAQUE, /* mask is used for blitting monochrome using text fore and back ground colors */
1868 wxSTIPPLE_MASK, /* mask is used for masking areas in the stipple bitmap (TO DO) */
1869 /* drawn with a Pen, and without any Brush -- and it can be stippled. */
1870 wxSTIPPLE = 110,
1871
1872 wxBDIAGONAL_HATCH, /* In wxWidgets < 2.6 use WX_HATCH macro */
1873 wxCROSSDIAG_HATCH, /* to verify these wx*_HATCH are in style */
1874 wxFDIAGONAL_HATCH, /* of wxBrush. In wxWidgets >= 2.6 use */
1875 wxCROSS_HATCH, /* wxBrush::IsHatch() instead. */
1876 wxHORIZONTAL_HATCH,
1877 wxVERTICAL_HATCH,
1878 wxFIRST_HATCH = wxBDIAGONAL_HATCH,
1879 wxLAST_HATCH = wxVERTICAL_HATCH,
1880
1881 wxJOIN_BEVEL = 120,
1882 wxJOIN_MITER,
1883 wxJOIN_ROUND,
1884
1885 wxCAP_ROUND = 130,
1886 wxCAP_PROJECTING,
1887 wxCAP_BUTT
1888 };
1889
1890 #if WXWIN_COMPATIBILITY_2_4
1891 #define IS_HATCH(s) ((s)>=wxFIRST_HATCH && (s)<=wxLAST_HATCH)
1892 #else
1893 /* use wxBrush::IsHatch() instead thought wxMotif still uses it in src/motif/dcclient.cpp */
1894 #endif
1895
1896 /* Logical ops */
1897 typedef enum
1898 {
1899 wxCLEAR, wxROP_BLACK = wxCLEAR, wxBLIT_BLACKNESS = wxCLEAR, /* 0 */
1900 wxXOR, wxROP_XORPEN = wxXOR, wxBLIT_SRCINVERT = wxXOR, /* src XOR dst */
1901 wxINVERT, wxROP_NOT = wxINVERT, wxBLIT_DSTINVERT = wxINVERT, /* NOT dst */
1902 wxOR_REVERSE, wxROP_MERGEPENNOT = wxOR_REVERSE, wxBLIT_00DD0228 = wxOR_REVERSE, /* src OR (NOT dst) */
1903 wxAND_REVERSE, wxROP_MASKPENNOT = wxAND_REVERSE, wxBLIT_SRCERASE = wxAND_REVERSE, /* src AND (NOT dst) */
1904 wxCOPY, wxROP_COPYPEN = wxCOPY, wxBLIT_SRCCOPY = wxCOPY, /* src */
1905 wxAND, wxROP_MASKPEN = wxAND, wxBLIT_SRCAND = wxAND, /* src AND dst */
1906 wxAND_INVERT, wxROP_MASKNOTPEN = wxAND_INVERT, wxBLIT_00220326 = wxAND_INVERT, /* (NOT src) AND dst */
1907 wxNO_OP, wxROP_NOP = wxNO_OP, wxBLIT_00AA0029 = wxNO_OP, /* dst */
1908 wxNOR, wxROP_NOTMERGEPEN = wxNOR, wxBLIT_NOTSRCERASE = wxNOR, /* (NOT src) AND (NOT dst) */
1909 wxEQUIV, wxROP_NOTXORPEN = wxEQUIV, wxBLIT_00990066 = wxEQUIV, /* (NOT src) XOR dst */
1910 wxSRC_INVERT, wxROP_NOTCOPYPEN = wxSRC_INVERT, wxBLIT_NOTSCRCOPY = wxSRC_INVERT, /* (NOT src) */
1911 wxOR_INVERT, wxROP_MERGENOTPEN = wxOR_INVERT, wxBLIT_MERGEPAINT = wxOR_INVERT, /* (NOT src) OR dst */
1912 wxNAND, wxROP_NOTMASKPEN = wxNAND, wxBLIT_007700E6 = wxNAND, /* (NOT src) OR (NOT dst) */
1913 wxOR, wxROP_MERGEPEN = wxOR, wxBLIT_SRCPAINT = wxOR, /* src OR dst */
1914 wxSET, wxROP_WHITE = wxSET, wxBLIT_WHITENESS = wxSET /* 1 */
1915 } form_ops_t;
1916
1917 /* Flood styles */
1918 enum
1919 {
1920 wxFLOOD_SURFACE = 1,
1921 wxFLOOD_BORDER
1922 };
1923
1924 /* Polygon filling mode */
1925 enum
1926 {
1927 wxODDEVEN_RULE = 1,
1928 wxWINDING_RULE
1929 };
1930
1931 /* ToolPanel in wxFrame (VZ: unused?) */
1932 enum
1933 {
1934 wxTOOL_TOP = 1,
1935 wxTOOL_BOTTOM,
1936 wxTOOL_LEFT,
1937 wxTOOL_RIGHT
1938 };
1939
1940 /* the values of the format constants should be the same as corresponding */
1941 /* CF_XXX constants in Windows API */
1942 enum wxDataFormatId
1943 {
1944 wxDF_INVALID = 0,
1945 wxDF_TEXT = 1, /* CF_TEXT */
1946 wxDF_BITMAP = 2, /* CF_BITMAP */
1947 wxDF_METAFILE = 3, /* CF_METAFILEPICT */
1948 wxDF_SYLK = 4,
1949 wxDF_DIF = 5,
1950 wxDF_TIFF = 6,
1951 wxDF_OEMTEXT = 7, /* CF_OEMTEXT */
1952 wxDF_DIB = 8, /* CF_DIB */
1953 wxDF_PALETTE = 9,
1954 wxDF_PENDATA = 10,
1955 wxDF_RIFF = 11,
1956 wxDF_WAVE = 12,
1957 wxDF_UNICODETEXT = 13,
1958 wxDF_ENHMETAFILE = 14,
1959 wxDF_FILENAME = 15, /* CF_HDROP */
1960 wxDF_LOCALE = 16,
1961 wxDF_PRIVATE = 20,
1962 wxDF_HTML = 30, /* Note: does not correspond to CF_ constant */
1963 wxDF_MAX
1964 };
1965
1966 /* Virtual keycodes */
1967 enum wxKeyCode
1968 {
1969 WXK_BACK = 8,
1970 WXK_TAB = 9,
1971 WXK_RETURN = 13,
1972 WXK_ESCAPE = 27,
1973 WXK_SPACE = 32,
1974 WXK_DELETE = 127,
1975
1976 /* These are, by design, not compatible with unicode characters.
1977 If you want to get a unicode character from a key event, use
1978 wxKeyEvent::GetUnicodeKey instead. */
1979 WXK_START = 300,
1980 WXK_LBUTTON,
1981 WXK_RBUTTON,
1982 WXK_CANCEL,
1983 WXK_MBUTTON,
1984 WXK_CLEAR,
1985 WXK_SHIFT,
1986 WXK_ALT,
1987 WXK_CONTROL,
1988 WXK_MENU,
1989 WXK_PAUSE,
1990 WXK_CAPITAL,
1991 WXK_END,
1992 WXK_HOME,
1993 WXK_LEFT,
1994 WXK_UP,
1995 WXK_RIGHT,
1996 WXK_DOWN,
1997 WXK_SELECT,
1998 WXK_PRINT,
1999 WXK_EXECUTE,
2000 WXK_SNAPSHOT,
2001 WXK_INSERT,
2002 WXK_HELP,
2003 WXK_NUMPAD0,
2004 WXK_NUMPAD1,
2005 WXK_NUMPAD2,
2006 WXK_NUMPAD3,
2007 WXK_NUMPAD4,
2008 WXK_NUMPAD5,
2009 WXK_NUMPAD6,
2010 WXK_NUMPAD7,
2011 WXK_NUMPAD8,
2012 WXK_NUMPAD9,
2013 WXK_MULTIPLY,
2014 WXK_ADD,
2015 WXK_SEPARATOR,
2016 WXK_SUBTRACT,
2017 WXK_DECIMAL,
2018 WXK_DIVIDE,
2019 WXK_F1,
2020 WXK_F2,
2021 WXK_F3,
2022 WXK_F4,
2023 WXK_F5,
2024 WXK_F6,
2025 WXK_F7,
2026 WXK_F8,
2027 WXK_F9,
2028 WXK_F10,
2029 WXK_F11,
2030 WXK_F12,
2031 WXK_F13,
2032 WXK_F14,
2033 WXK_F15,
2034 WXK_F16,
2035 WXK_F17,
2036 WXK_F18,
2037 WXK_F19,
2038 WXK_F20,
2039 WXK_F21,
2040 WXK_F22,
2041 WXK_F23,
2042 WXK_F24,
2043 WXK_NUMLOCK,
2044 WXK_SCROLL,
2045 WXK_PAGEUP,
2046 WXK_PAGEDOWN,
2047 #if WXWIN_COMPATIBILITY_2_6
2048 WXK_PRIOR = WXK_PAGEUP,
2049 WXK_NEXT = WXK_PAGEDOWN,
2050 #endif
2051
2052 WXK_NUMPAD_SPACE,
2053 WXK_NUMPAD_TAB,
2054 WXK_NUMPAD_ENTER,
2055 WXK_NUMPAD_F1,
2056 WXK_NUMPAD_F2,
2057 WXK_NUMPAD_F3,
2058 WXK_NUMPAD_F4,
2059 WXK_NUMPAD_HOME,
2060 WXK_NUMPAD_LEFT,
2061 WXK_NUMPAD_UP,
2062 WXK_NUMPAD_RIGHT,
2063 WXK_NUMPAD_DOWN,
2064 WXK_NUMPAD_PAGEUP,
2065 WXK_NUMPAD_PAGEDOWN,
2066 #if WXWIN_COMPATIBILITY_2_6
2067 WXK_NUMPAD_PRIOR = WXK_NUMPAD_PAGEUP,
2068 WXK_NUMPAD_NEXT = WXK_NUMPAD_PAGEDOWN,
2069 #endif
2070 WXK_NUMPAD_END,
2071 WXK_NUMPAD_BEGIN,
2072 WXK_NUMPAD_INSERT,
2073 WXK_NUMPAD_DELETE,
2074 WXK_NUMPAD_EQUAL,
2075 WXK_NUMPAD_MULTIPLY,
2076 WXK_NUMPAD_ADD,
2077 WXK_NUMPAD_SEPARATOR,
2078 WXK_NUMPAD_SUBTRACT,
2079 WXK_NUMPAD_DECIMAL,
2080 WXK_NUMPAD_DIVIDE,
2081
2082 WXK_WINDOWS_LEFT,
2083 WXK_WINDOWS_RIGHT,
2084 WXK_WINDOWS_MENU ,
2085 WXK_COMMAND,
2086
2087 /* Hardware-specific buttons */
2088 WXK_SPECIAL1 = 193,
2089 WXK_SPECIAL2,
2090 WXK_SPECIAL3,
2091 WXK_SPECIAL4,
2092 WXK_SPECIAL5,
2093 WXK_SPECIAL6,
2094 WXK_SPECIAL7,
2095 WXK_SPECIAL8,
2096 WXK_SPECIAL9,
2097 WXK_SPECIAL10,
2098 WXK_SPECIAL11,
2099 WXK_SPECIAL12,
2100 WXK_SPECIAL13,
2101 WXK_SPECIAL14,
2102 WXK_SPECIAL15,
2103 WXK_SPECIAL16,
2104 WXK_SPECIAL17,
2105 WXK_SPECIAL18,
2106 WXK_SPECIAL19,
2107 WXK_SPECIAL20
2108 };
2109
2110 /* This enum contains bit mask constants used in wxKeyEvent */
2111 enum wxKeyModifier
2112 {
2113 wxMOD_NONE = 0x0000,
2114 wxMOD_ALT = 0x0001,
2115 wxMOD_CONTROL = 0x0002,
2116 wxMOD_ALTGR = wxMOD_ALT | wxMOD_CONTROL,
2117 wxMOD_SHIFT = 0x0004,
2118 wxMOD_META = 0x0008,
2119 wxMOD_WIN = wxMOD_META,
2120 #if defined(__WXMAC__) || defined(__WXCOCOA__)
2121 wxMOD_CMD = wxMOD_META,
2122 #else
2123 wxMOD_CMD = wxMOD_CONTROL,
2124 #endif
2125 wxMOD_ALL = 0xffff
2126 };
2127
2128 /* Mapping modes (same values as used by Windows, don't change) */
2129 enum
2130 {
2131 wxMM_TEXT = 1,
2132 wxMM_LOMETRIC,
2133 wxMM_HIMETRIC,
2134 wxMM_LOENGLISH,
2135 wxMM_HIENGLISH,
2136 wxMM_TWIPS,
2137 wxMM_ISOTROPIC,
2138 wxMM_ANISOTROPIC,
2139 wxMM_POINTS,
2140 wxMM_METRIC
2141 };
2142
2143 /* Shortcut for easier dialog-unit-to-pixel conversion */
2144 #define wxDLG_UNIT(parent, pt) parent->ConvertDialogToPixels(pt)
2145
2146 /* Paper types */
2147 typedef enum
2148 {
2149 wxPAPER_NONE, /* Use specific dimensions */
2150 wxPAPER_LETTER, /* Letter, 8 1/2 by 11 inches */
2151 wxPAPER_LEGAL, /* Legal, 8 1/2 by 14 inches */
2152 wxPAPER_A4, /* A4 Sheet, 210 by 297 millimeters */
2153 wxPAPER_CSHEET, /* C Sheet, 17 by 22 inches */
2154 wxPAPER_DSHEET, /* D Sheet, 22 by 34 inches */
2155 wxPAPER_ESHEET, /* E Sheet, 34 by 44 inches */
2156 wxPAPER_LETTERSMALL, /* Letter Small, 8 1/2 by 11 inches */
2157 wxPAPER_TABLOID, /* Tabloid, 11 by 17 inches */
2158 wxPAPER_LEDGER, /* Ledger, 17 by 11 inches */
2159 wxPAPER_STATEMENT, /* Statement, 5 1/2 by 8 1/2 inches */
2160 wxPAPER_EXECUTIVE, /* Executive, 7 1/4 by 10 1/2 inches */
2161 wxPAPER_A3, /* A3 sheet, 297 by 420 millimeters */
2162 wxPAPER_A4SMALL, /* A4 small sheet, 210 by 297 millimeters */
2163 wxPAPER_A5, /* A5 sheet, 148 by 210 millimeters */
2164 wxPAPER_B4, /* B4 sheet, 250 by 354 millimeters */
2165 wxPAPER_B5, /* B5 sheet, 182-by-257-millimeter paper */
2166 wxPAPER_FOLIO, /* Folio, 8-1/2-by-13-inch paper */
2167 wxPAPER_QUARTO, /* Quarto, 215-by-275-millimeter paper */
2168 wxPAPER_10X14, /* 10-by-14-inch sheet */
2169 wxPAPER_11X17, /* 11-by-17-inch sheet */
2170 wxPAPER_NOTE, /* Note, 8 1/2 by 11 inches */
2171 wxPAPER_ENV_9, /* #9 Envelope, 3 7/8 by 8 7/8 inches */
2172 wxPAPER_ENV_10, /* #10 Envelope, 4 1/8 by 9 1/2 inches */
2173 wxPAPER_ENV_11, /* #11 Envelope, 4 1/2 by 10 3/8 inches */
2174 wxPAPER_ENV_12, /* #12 Envelope, 4 3/4 by 11 inches */
2175 wxPAPER_ENV_14, /* #14 Envelope, 5 by 11 1/2 inches */
2176 wxPAPER_ENV_DL, /* DL Envelope, 110 by 220 millimeters */
2177 wxPAPER_ENV_C5, /* C5 Envelope, 162 by 229 millimeters */
2178 wxPAPER_ENV_C3, /* C3 Envelope, 324 by 458 millimeters */
2179 wxPAPER_ENV_C4, /* C4 Envelope, 229 by 324 millimeters */
2180 wxPAPER_ENV_C6, /* C6 Envelope, 114 by 162 millimeters */
2181 wxPAPER_ENV_C65, /* C65 Envelope, 114 by 229 millimeters */
2182 wxPAPER_ENV_B4, /* B4 Envelope, 250 by 353 millimeters */
2183 wxPAPER_ENV_B5, /* B5 Envelope, 176 by 250 millimeters */
2184 wxPAPER_ENV_B6, /* B6 Envelope, 176 by 125 millimeters */
2185 wxPAPER_ENV_ITALY, /* Italy Envelope, 110 by 230 millimeters */
2186 wxPAPER_ENV_MONARCH, /* Monarch Envelope, 3 7/8 by 7 1/2 inches */
2187 wxPAPER_ENV_PERSONAL, /* 6 3/4 Envelope, 3 5/8 by 6 1/2 inches */
2188 wxPAPER_FANFOLD_US, /* US Std Fanfold, 14 7/8 by 11 inches */
2189 wxPAPER_FANFOLD_STD_GERMAN, /* German Std Fanfold, 8 1/2 by 12 inches */
2190 wxPAPER_FANFOLD_LGL_GERMAN, /* German Legal Fanfold, 8 1/2 by 13 inches */
2191
2192 wxPAPER_ISO_B4, /* B4 (ISO) 250 x 353 mm */
2193 wxPAPER_JAPANESE_POSTCARD, /* Japanese Postcard 100 x 148 mm */
2194 wxPAPER_9X11, /* 9 x 11 in */
2195 wxPAPER_10X11, /* 10 x 11 in */
2196 wxPAPER_15X11, /* 15 x 11 in */
2197 wxPAPER_ENV_INVITE, /* Envelope Invite 220 x 220 mm */
2198 wxPAPER_LETTER_EXTRA, /* Letter Extra 9 \275 x 12 in */
2199 wxPAPER_LEGAL_EXTRA, /* Legal Extra 9 \275 x 15 in */
2200 wxPAPER_TABLOID_EXTRA, /* Tabloid Extra 11.69 x 18 in */
2201 wxPAPER_A4_EXTRA, /* A4 Extra 9.27 x 12.69 in */
2202 wxPAPER_LETTER_TRANSVERSE, /* Letter Transverse 8 \275 x 11 in */
2203 wxPAPER_A4_TRANSVERSE, /* A4 Transverse 210 x 297 mm */
2204 wxPAPER_LETTER_EXTRA_TRANSVERSE, /* Letter Extra Transverse 9\275 x 12 in */
2205 wxPAPER_A_PLUS, /* SuperA/SuperA/A4 227 x 356 mm */
2206 wxPAPER_B_PLUS, /* SuperB/SuperB/A3 305 x 487 mm */
2207 wxPAPER_LETTER_PLUS, /* Letter Plus 8.5 x 12.69 in */
2208 wxPAPER_A4_PLUS, /* A4 Plus 210 x 330 mm */
2209 wxPAPER_A5_TRANSVERSE, /* A5 Transverse 148 x 210 mm */
2210 wxPAPER_B5_TRANSVERSE, /* B5 (JIS) Transverse 182 x 257 mm */
2211 wxPAPER_A3_EXTRA, /* A3 Extra 322 x 445 mm */
2212 wxPAPER_A5_EXTRA, /* A5 Extra 174 x 235 mm */
2213 wxPAPER_B5_EXTRA, /* B5 (ISO) Extra 201 x 276 mm */
2214 wxPAPER_A2, /* A2 420 x 594 mm */
2215 wxPAPER_A3_TRANSVERSE, /* A3 Transverse 297 x 420 mm */
2216 wxPAPER_A3_EXTRA_TRANSVERSE, /* A3 Extra Transverse 322 x 445 mm */
2217
2218 wxPAPER_DBL_JAPANESE_POSTCARD,/* Japanese Double Postcard 200 x 148 mm */
2219 wxPAPER_A6, /* A6 105 x 148 mm */
2220 wxPAPER_JENV_KAKU2, /* Japanese Envelope Kaku #2 */
2221 wxPAPER_JENV_KAKU3, /* Japanese Envelope Kaku #3 */
2222 wxPAPER_JENV_CHOU3, /* Japanese Envelope Chou #3 */
2223 wxPAPER_JENV_CHOU4, /* Japanese Envelope Chou #4 */
2224 wxPAPER_LETTER_ROTATED, /* Letter Rotated 11 x 8 1/2 in */
2225 wxPAPER_A3_ROTATED, /* A3 Rotated 420 x 297 mm */
2226 wxPAPER_A4_ROTATED, /* A4 Rotated 297 x 210 mm */
2227 wxPAPER_A5_ROTATED, /* A5 Rotated 210 x 148 mm */
2228 wxPAPER_B4_JIS_ROTATED, /* B4 (JIS) Rotated 364 x 257 mm */
2229 wxPAPER_B5_JIS_ROTATED, /* B5 (JIS) Rotated 257 x 182 mm */
2230 wxPAPER_JAPANESE_POSTCARD_ROTATED,/* Japanese Postcard Rotated 148 x 100 mm */
2231 wxPAPER_DBL_JAPANESE_POSTCARD_ROTATED,/* Double Japanese Postcard Rotated 148 x 200 mm */
2232 wxPAPER_A6_ROTATED, /* A6 Rotated 148 x 105 mm */
2233 wxPAPER_JENV_KAKU2_ROTATED, /* Japanese Envelope Kaku #2 Rotated */
2234 wxPAPER_JENV_KAKU3_ROTATED, /* Japanese Envelope Kaku #3 Rotated */
2235 wxPAPER_JENV_CHOU3_ROTATED, /* Japanese Envelope Chou #3 Rotated */
2236 wxPAPER_JENV_CHOU4_ROTATED, /* Japanese Envelope Chou #4 Rotated */
2237 wxPAPER_B6_JIS, /* B6 (JIS) 128 x 182 mm */
2238 wxPAPER_B6_JIS_ROTATED, /* B6 (JIS) Rotated 182 x 128 mm */
2239 wxPAPER_12X11, /* 12 x 11 in */
2240 wxPAPER_JENV_YOU4, /* Japanese Envelope You #4 */
2241 wxPAPER_JENV_YOU4_ROTATED, /* Japanese Envelope You #4 Rotated */
2242 wxPAPER_P16K, /* PRC 16K 146 x 215 mm */
2243 wxPAPER_P32K, /* PRC 32K 97 x 151 mm */
2244 wxPAPER_P32KBIG, /* PRC 32K(Big) 97 x 151 mm */
2245 wxPAPER_PENV_1, /* PRC Envelope #1 102 x 165 mm */
2246 wxPAPER_PENV_2, /* PRC Envelope #2 102 x 176 mm */
2247 wxPAPER_PENV_3, /* PRC Envelope #3 125 x 176 mm */
2248 wxPAPER_PENV_4, /* PRC Envelope #4 110 x 208 mm */
2249 wxPAPER_PENV_5, /* PRC Envelope #5 110 x 220 mm */
2250 wxPAPER_PENV_6, /* PRC Envelope #6 120 x 230 mm */
2251 wxPAPER_PENV_7, /* PRC Envelope #7 160 x 230 mm */
2252 wxPAPER_PENV_8, /* PRC Envelope #8 120 x 309 mm */
2253 wxPAPER_PENV_9, /* PRC Envelope #9 229 x 324 mm */
2254 wxPAPER_PENV_10, /* PRC Envelope #10 324 x 458 mm */
2255 wxPAPER_P16K_ROTATED, /* PRC 16K Rotated */
2256 wxPAPER_P32K_ROTATED, /* PRC 32K Rotated */
2257 wxPAPER_P32KBIG_ROTATED, /* PRC 32K(Big) Rotated */
2258 wxPAPER_PENV_1_ROTATED, /* PRC Envelope #1 Rotated 165 x 102 mm */
2259 wxPAPER_PENV_2_ROTATED, /* PRC Envelope #2 Rotated 176 x 102 mm */
2260 wxPAPER_PENV_3_ROTATED, /* PRC Envelope #3 Rotated 176 x 125 mm */
2261 wxPAPER_PENV_4_ROTATED, /* PRC Envelope #4 Rotated 208 x 110 mm */
2262 wxPAPER_PENV_5_ROTATED, /* PRC Envelope #5 Rotated 220 x 110 mm */
2263 wxPAPER_PENV_6_ROTATED, /* PRC Envelope #6 Rotated 230 x 120 mm */
2264 wxPAPER_PENV_7_ROTATED, /* PRC Envelope #7 Rotated 230 x 160 mm */
2265 wxPAPER_PENV_8_ROTATED, /* PRC Envelope #8 Rotated 309 x 120 mm */
2266 wxPAPER_PENV_9_ROTATED, /* PRC Envelope #9 Rotated 324 x 229 mm */
2267 wxPAPER_PENV_10_ROTATED /* PRC Envelope #10 Rotated 458 x 324 m */
2268 } wxPaperSize;
2269
2270 /* Printing orientation */
2271 #ifndef wxPORTRAIT
2272 #define wxPORTRAIT 1
2273 #define wxLANDSCAPE 2
2274 #endif
2275
2276 /* Duplex printing modes
2277 */
2278
2279 enum wxDuplexMode
2280 {
2281 wxDUPLEX_SIMPLEX, /* Non-duplex */
2282 wxDUPLEX_HORIZONTAL,
2283 wxDUPLEX_VERTICAL
2284 };
2285
2286 /* Print quality.
2287 */
2288
2289 #define wxPRINT_QUALITY_HIGH -1
2290 #define wxPRINT_QUALITY_MEDIUM -2
2291 #define wxPRINT_QUALITY_LOW -3
2292 #define wxPRINT_QUALITY_DRAFT -4
2293
2294 typedef int wxPrintQuality;
2295
2296 /* Print mode (currently PostScript only)
2297 */
2298
2299 enum wxPrintMode
2300 {
2301 wxPRINT_MODE_NONE = 0,
2302 wxPRINT_MODE_PREVIEW = 1, /* Preview in external application */
2303 wxPRINT_MODE_FILE = 2, /* Print to file */
2304 wxPRINT_MODE_PRINTER = 3, /* Send to printer */
2305 wxPRINT_MODE_STREAM = 4 /* Send postscript data into a stream */
2306 };
2307
2308 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
2309 /* UpdateWindowUI flags */
2310 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
2311
2312 enum wxUpdateUI
2313 {
2314 wxUPDATE_UI_NONE = 0x0000,
2315 wxUPDATE_UI_RECURSE = 0x0001,
2316 wxUPDATE_UI_FROMIDLE = 0x0002 /* Invoked from On(Internal)Idle */
2317 };
2318
2319 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
2320 /* Notification Event flags - used for dock icon bouncing, etc. */
2321 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
2322
2323 enum wxNotificationOptions
2324 {
2325 wxNOTIFY_NONE = 0x0000,
2326 wxNOTIFY_ONCE = 0x0001,
2327 wxNOTIFY_REPEAT = 0x0002
2328 };
2329
2330 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
2331 /* miscellaneous */
2332 /* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
2333
2334 /* define this macro if font handling is done using the X font names */
2335 #if (defined(__WXGTK__) && !defined(__WXGTK20__)) || defined(__X__)
2336 #define _WX_X_FONTLIKE
2337 #endif
2338
2339 /* macro to specify "All Files" on different platforms */
2340 #if defined(__WXMSW__) || defined(__WXPM__)
2341 # define wxALL_FILES_PATTERN wxT("*.*")
2342 # define wxALL_FILES gettext_noop("All files (*.*)|*.*")
2343 #else
2344 # define wxALL_FILES_PATTERN wxT("*")
2345 # define wxALL_FILES gettext_noop("All files (*)|*")
2346 #endif
2347
2348 #if defined(__CYGWIN__) && defined(__WXMSW__)
2349 # if wxUSE_STL || defined(wxUSE_STD_STRING)
2350 /*
2351 NASTY HACK because the gethostname in sys/unistd.h which the gnu
2352 stl includes and wx builds with by default clash with each other
2353 (windows version 2nd param is int, sys/unistd.h version is unsigned
2354 int).
2355 */
2356 # define gethostname gethostnameHACK
2357 # include <unistd.h>
2358 # undef gethostname
2359 # endif
2360 #endif
2361
2362 /* --------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
2363 /* macros that enable wxWidgets apps to be compiled in absence of the */
2364 /* sytem headers, although some platform specific types are used in the */
2365 /* platform specific (implementation) parts of the headers */
2366 /* --------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
2367
2368 #ifdef __WXMAC__
2369
2370 #define WX_OPAQUE_TYPE( name ) struct wxOpaque##name
2371
2372 typedef unsigned char WXCOLORREF[6];
2373 typedef void* WXCGIMAGEREF;
2374 typedef void* WXHBITMAP;
2375 typedef void* WXHCURSOR;
2376 typedef void* WXHRGN;
2377 typedef void* WXRECTPTR;
2378 typedef void* WXPOINTPTR;
2379 typedef void* WXHWND;
2380 typedef void* WXEVENTREF;
2381 typedef void* WXEVENTHANDLERREF;
2382 typedef void* WXEVENTHANDLERCALLREF;
2383 typedef void* WXAPPLEEVENTREF;
2384 typedef void* WXHDC;
2385 typedef void* WXHMENU;
2386 typedef unsigned int WXUINT;
2387 typedef unsigned long WXDWORD;
2388 typedef unsigned short WXWORD;
2389
2390 typedef WX_OPAQUE_TYPE(CIconHandle ) * WXHICON ;
2391 typedef WX_OPAQUE_TYPE(PicHandle ) * WXHMETAFILE ;
2392
2393
2394 /* typedef void* WXWidget; */
2395 /* typedef void* WXWindow; */
2396 typedef WX_OPAQUE_TYPE(ControlRef ) * WXWidget ;
2397 typedef WX_OPAQUE_TYPE(WindowRef) * WXWindow ;
2398 typedef void* WXDisplay;
2399
2400 /* typedef WindowPtr WXHWND; */
2401 /* typedef Handle WXHANDLE; */
2402 /* typedef CIconHandle WXHICON; */
2403 /* typedef unsigned long WXHFONT; */
2404 /* typedef MenuHandle WXHMENU; */
2405 /* typedef unsigned long WXHPEN; */
2406 /* typedef unsigned long WXHBRUSH; */
2407 /* typedef unsigned long WXHPALETTE; */
2408 /* typedef CursHandle WXHCURSOR; */
2409 /* typedef RgnHandle WXHRGN; */
2410 /* typedef unsigned long WXHACCEL; */
2411 /* typedef unsigned long WXHINSTANCE; */
2412 /* typedef unsigned long WXHIMAGELIST; */
2413 /* typedef unsigned long WXHGLOBAL; */
2414 /* typedef GrafPtr WXHDC; */
2415 /* typedef unsigned int WXWPARAM; */
2416 /* typedef long WXLPARAM; */
2417 /* typedef void * WXRGNDATA; */
2418 /* typedef void * WXMSG; */
2419 /* typedef unsigned long WXHCONV; */
2420 /* typedef unsigned long WXHKEY; */
2421 /* typedef void * WXDRAWITEMSTRUCT; */
2422 /* typedef void * WXMEASUREITEMSTRUCT; */
2423 /* typedef void * WXLPCREATESTRUCT; */
2424 /* typedef int (*WXFARPROC)(); */
2425
2426 /* typedef WindowPtr WXWindow; */
2427 /* typedef ControlHandle WXWidget; */
2428
2429 #endif
2430
2431 #if defined( __WXCOCOA__ ) || ( defined(__WXMAC__) && defined(__DARWIN__) )
2432
2433 /* Definitions of 32-bit/64-bit types
2434 * These are typedef'd exactly the same way in newer OS X headers so
2435 * redefinition when real headers are included should not be a problem. If
2436 * it is, the types are being defined wrongly here.
2437 * The purpose of these types is so they can be used from public wx headers.
2438 * and also because the older (pre-Leopard) headers don't define them.
2439 */
2440
2441 /* NOTE: We don't pollute namespace with CGFLOAT_MIN/MAX/IS_DOUBLE macros
2442 * since they are unlikely to be needed in a public header.
2443 */
2444 #if defined(__LP64__) && __LP64__
2445 typedef double CGFloat;
2446 #else
2447 typedef float CGFloat;
2448 #endif
2449
2450 #if (defined(__LP64__) && __LP64__) || (defined(NS_BUILD_32_LIKE_64) && NS_BUILD_32_LIKE_64)
2451 typedef long NSInteger;
2452 typedef unsigned long NSUInteger;
2453 #else
2454 typedef int NSInteger;
2455 typedef unsigned int NSUInteger;
2456 #endif
2457
2458 /* Objective-C type declarations.
2459 * These are to be used in public headers in lieu of NSSomething* because
2460 * Objective-C class names are not available in C/C++ code.
2461 */
2462
2463 /* NOTE: This ought to work with other compilers too, but I'm being cautious */
2464 #if (defined(__GNUC__) && defined(__APPLE__)) || defined(__MWERKS__)
2465 /* It's desirable to have type safety for Objective-C(++) code as it does
2466 at least catch typos of method names among other things. However, it
2467 is not possible to declare an Objective-C class from plain old C or C++
2468 code. Furthermore, because of C++ name mangling, the type name must
2469 be the same for both C++ and Objective-C++ code. Therefore, we define
2470 what should be a pointer to an Objective-C class as a pointer to a plain
2471 old C struct with the same name. Unfortunately, because the compiler
2472 does not see a struct as an Objective-C class we cannot declare it
2473 as a struct in Objective-C(++) mode.
2474 */
2475 #if defined(__OBJC__)
2476 #define DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(klass) \
2477 @class klass; \
2478 typedef klass *WX_##klass
2479 #else /* not defined(__OBJC__) */
2480 #define DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(klass) \
2481 typedef struct klass *WX_##klass
2482 #endif /* defined(__OBJC__) */
2483
2484 #else /* not Apple's GNU or CodeWarrior */
2485 #warning "Objective-C types will not be checked by the compiler."
2486 /* NOTE: typedef struct objc_object *id; */
2487 /* IOW, we're declaring these using the id type without using that name, */
2488 /* since "id" is used extensively not only within wxWidgets itself, but */
2489 /* also in wxWidgets application code. The following works fine when */
2490 /* compiling C(++) code, and works without typesafety for Obj-C(++) code */
2491 #define DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(klass) \
2492 typedef struct objc_object *WX_##klass
2493
2494 #endif /* (defined(__GNUC__) && defined(__APPLE__)) || defined(__MWERKS__) */
2495
2496 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSApplication);
2497 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSBitmapImageRep);
2498 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSBox);
2499 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSButton);
2500 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSColor);
2501 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSColorPanel);
2502 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSControl);
2503 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSCursor);
2504 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSEvent);
2505 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSFontPanel);
2506 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSImage);
2507 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSLayoutManager);
2508 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSMenu);
2509 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSMenuExtra);
2510 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSMenuItem);
2511 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSMutableArray);
2512 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSNotification);
2513 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSObject);
2514 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSPanel);
2515 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSScrollView);
2516 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSSound);
2517 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSStatusItem);
2518 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSTableColumn);
2519 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSTableView);
2520 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSTextContainer);
2521 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSTextField);
2522 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSTextStorage);
2523 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSThread);
2524 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSWindow);
2525 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSView);
2526 #ifdef __WXMAC__
2527 // things added for __WXMAC__
2528 DECLARE_WXCOCOA_OBJC_CLASS(NSString);
2529 #else
2530 // things only for __WXCOCOA__
2531 typedef WX_NSView WXWidget; /* wxWidgets BASE definition */
2532 #endif
2533 #endif /* __WXCOCOA__ || ( __WXMAC__ &__DARWIN__)*/
2534
2535 #if defined(__WXPALMOS__)
2536
2537 typedef void * WXHWND;
2538 typedef void * WXHANDLE;
2539 typedef void * WXHICON;
2540 typedef void * WXHFONT;
2541 typedef void * WXHMENU;
2542 typedef void * WXHPEN;
2543 typedef void * WXHBRUSH;
2544 typedef void * WXHPALETTE;
2545 typedef void * WXHCURSOR;
2546 typedef void * WXHRGN;
2547 typedef void * WXHACCEL;
2548 typedef void * WXHINSTANCE;
2549 typedef void * WXHBITMAP;
2550 typedef void * WXHIMAGELIST;
2551 typedef void * WXHGLOBAL;
2552 typedef void * WXHDC;
2553 typedef unsigned int WXUINT;
2554 typedef unsigned long WXDWORD;
2555 typedef unsigned short WXWORD;
2556
2557 typedef unsigned long WXCOLORREF;
2558 typedef struct tagMSG WXMSG;
2559
2560 typedef WXHWND WXWINHANDLE; /* WinHandle of PalmOS */
2561 typedef WXWINHANDLE WXWidget;
2562
2563 typedef void * WXFORMPTR;
2564 typedef void * WXEVENTPTR;
2565 typedef void * WXRECTANGLEPTR;
2566
2567 #endif /* __WXPALMOS__ */
2568
2569
2570 /* ABX: check __WIN32__ instead of __WXMSW__ for the same MSWBase in any Win32 port */
2571 #if defined(__WIN32__)
2572
2573 /* the keywords needed for WinMain() declaration */
2574 #ifndef WXFAR
2575 # define WXFAR
2576 #endif
2577
2578 /* Stand-ins for Windows types to avoid #including all of windows.h */
2579 typedef void * WXHWND;
2580 typedef void * WXHANDLE;
2581 typedef void * WXHICON;
2582 typedef void * WXHFONT;
2583 typedef void * WXHMENU;
2584 typedef void * WXHPEN;
2585 typedef void * WXHBRUSH;
2586 typedef void * WXHPALETTE;
2587 typedef void * WXHCURSOR;
2588 typedef void * WXHRGN;
2589 typedef void * WXRECTPTR;
2590 typedef void * WXHACCEL;
2591 typedef void WXFAR * WXHINSTANCE;
2592 typedef void * WXHBITMAP;
2593 typedef void * WXHIMAGELIST;
2594 typedef void * WXHGLOBAL;
2595 typedef void * WXHDC;
2596 typedef unsigned int WXUINT;
2597 typedef unsigned long WXDWORD;
2598 typedef unsigned short WXWORD;
2599
2600 typedef unsigned long WXCOLORREF;
2601 typedef void * WXRGNDATA;
2602 typedef struct tagMSG WXMSG;
2603 typedef void * WXHCONV;
2604 typedef void * WXHKEY;
2605 typedef void * WXHTREEITEM;
2606
2607 typedef void * WXDRAWITEMSTRUCT;
2608 typedef void * WXMEASUREITEMSTRUCT;
2609 typedef void * WXLPCREATESTRUCT;
2610
2611 typedef WXHWND WXWidget;
2612
2613 #ifdef __WIN64__
2614 typedef unsigned __int64 WXWPARAM;
2615 typedef __int64 WXLPARAM;
2616 typedef __int64 WXLRESULT;
2617 #else
2618 typedef unsigned int WXWPARAM;
2619 typedef long WXLPARAM;
2620 typedef long WXLRESULT;
2621 #endif
2622
2623 #if defined(__GNUWIN32__) || defined(__WXMICROWIN__)
2624 typedef int (*WXFARPROC)();
2625 #else
2626 typedef int (__stdcall *WXFARPROC)();
2627 #endif
2628 #endif /* __WIN32__ */
2629
2630
2631 #if defined(__OS2__)
2632 typedef unsigned long DWORD;
2633 typedef unsigned short WORD;
2634 #endif
2635
2636 #if defined(__WXPM__) || defined(__EMX__)
2637 #ifdef __WXPM__
2638 /* Stand-ins for OS/2 types, to avoid #including all of os2.h */
2639 typedef unsigned long WXHWND;
2640 typedef unsigned long WXHANDLE;
2641 typedef unsigned long WXHICON;
2642 typedef unsigned long WXHFONT;
2643 typedef unsigned long WXHMENU;
2644 typedef unsigned long WXHPEN;
2645 typedef unsigned long WXHBRUSH;
2646 typedef unsigned long WXHPALETTE;
2647 typedef unsigned long WXHCURSOR;
2648 typedef unsigned long WXHRGN;
2649 typedef unsigned long WXHACCEL;
2650 typedef unsigned long WXHBITMAP;
2651 typedef unsigned long WXHDC;
2652 typedef unsigned int WXUINT;
2653 typedef unsigned long WXDWORD;
2654 typedef unsigned short WXWORD;
2655
2656 typedef unsigned long WXCOLORREF;
2657 typedef void * WXMSG;
2658 typedef unsigned long WXHTREEITEM;
2659
2660 typedef void * WXDRAWITEMSTRUCT;
2661 typedef void * WXMEASUREITEMSTRUCT;
2662 typedef void * WXLPCREATESTRUCT;
2663
2664 typedef WXHWND WXWidget;
2665 #endif
2666 #ifdef __EMX__
2667 /* Need a well-known type for WXFARPROC
2668 below. MPARAM is typedef'ed too late. */
2669 #define WXWPARAM void *
2670 #define WXLPARAM void *
2671 #else
2672 #define WXWPARAM MPARAM
2673 #define WXLPARAM MPARAM
2674 #endif
2675 #define RECT RECTL
2676 #define LOGFONT FATTRS
2677 #define LOWORD SHORT1FROMMP
2678 #define HIWORD SHORT2FROMMP
2679
2680 typedef unsigned long WXMPARAM;
2681 typedef unsigned long WXMSGID;
2682 typedef void* WXRESULT;
2683 /* typedef int (*WXFARPROC)(); */
2684 /* some windows handles not defined by PM */
2685 typedef unsigned long HANDLE;
2686 typedef unsigned long HICON;
2687 typedef unsigned long HFONT;
2688 typedef unsigned long HMENU;
2689 typedef unsigned long HPEN;
2690 typedef unsigned long HBRUSH;
2691 typedef unsigned long HPALETTE;
2692 typedef unsigned long HCURSOR;
2693 typedef unsigned long HINSTANCE;
2694 typedef unsigned long HIMAGELIST;
2695 typedef unsigned long HGLOBAL;
2696 #endif /* WXPM || EMX */
2697
2698 #if defined (__WXPM__)
2699 /* WIN32 graphics types for OS/2 GPI */
2700
2701 /* RGB under OS2 is more like a PALETTEENTRY struct under Windows so we need a real RGB def */
2702 #define OS2RGB(r,g,b) ((DWORD)((unsigned char)(b) | ((unsigned char)(g) << 8)) | ((unsigned char)(r) << 16))
2703
2704 typedef unsigned long COLORREF;
2705 #define GetRValue(rgb) ((unsigned char)((rgb) >> 16))
2706 #define GetGValue(rgb) ((unsigned char)(((unsigned short)(rgb)) >> 8))
2707 #define GetBValue(rgb) ((unsigned char)(rgb))
2708 #define PALETTEINDEX(i) ((COLORREF)(0x01000000 | (DWORD)(WORD)(i)))
2709 #define PALETTERGB(r,g,b) (0x02000000 | OS2RGB(r,g,b))
2710 /* OS2's RGB/RGB2 is backwards from this */
2711 typedef struct tagPALETTEENTRY
2712 {
2713 char bRed;
2714 char bGreen;
2715 char bBlue;
2716 char bFlags;
2717 } PALETTEENTRY;
2718 typedef struct tagLOGPALETTE
2719 {
2720 WORD palVersion;
2721 WORD palNumentries;
2722 WORD PALETTEENTRY[1];
2723 } LOGPALETTE;
2724
2725 #if (defined(__VISAGECPP__) && (__IBMCPP__ < 400)) || defined (__WATCOMC__)
2726 /* VA 3.0 for some reason needs base data types when typedefing a proc proto??? */
2727 typedef void* (_System *WXFARPROC)(unsigned long, unsigned long, void*, void*);
2728 #else
2729 #if defined(__EMX__) && !defined(_System)
2730 #define _System
2731 #endif
2732 typedef WXRESULT (_System *WXFARPROC)(WXHWND, WXMSGID, WXWPARAM, WXLPARAM);
2733 #endif
2734
2735 #endif /* __WXPM__ */
2736
2737
2738 #if defined(__WXMOTIF__) || defined(__WXX11__)
2739 /* Stand-ins for X/Xt/Motif types */
2740 typedef void* WXWindow;
2741 typedef void* WXWidget;
2742 typedef void* WXAppContext;
2743 typedef void* WXColormap;
2744 typedef void* WXColor;
2745 typedef void WXDisplay;
2746 typedef void WXEvent;
2747 typedef void* WXCursor;
2748 typedef void* WXPixmap;
2749 typedef void* WXFontStructPtr;
2750 typedef void* WXGC;
2751 typedef void* WXRegion;
2752 typedef void* WXFont;
2753 typedef void* WXImage;
2754 typedef void* WXFontList;
2755 typedef void* WXFontSet;
2756 typedef void* WXRendition;
2757 typedef void* WXRenderTable;
2758 typedef void* WXFontType; /* either a XmFontList or XmRenderTable */
2759 typedef void* WXString;
2760
2761 typedef unsigned long Atom; /* this might fail on a few architectures */
2762 typedef long WXPixel; /* safety catch in src/motif/colour.cpp */
2763
2764 #endif /* Motif */
2765
2766 #ifdef __WXGTK__
2767
2768 /* Stand-ins for GLIB types */
2769 typedef char gchar;
2770 typedef signed char gint8;
2771 typedef int gint;
2772 typedef unsigned guint;
2773 typedef unsigned long gulong;
2774 typedef void* gpointer;
2775 typedef struct _GSList GSList;
2776
2777 /* Stand-ins for GDK types */
2778 typedef struct _GdkColor GdkColor;
2779 typedef struct _GdkColormap GdkColormap;
2780 typedef struct _GdkFont GdkFont;
2781 typedef struct _GdkGC GdkGC;
2782 typedef struct _GdkVisual GdkVisual;
2783
2784 #ifdef __WXGTK20__
2785 typedef struct _GdkAtom *GdkAtom;
2786 typedef struct _GdkDrawable GdkWindow;
2787 typedef struct _GdkDrawable GdkBitmap;
2788 typedef struct _GdkDrawable GdkPixmap;
2789 #else /* GTK+ 1.2 */
2790 typedef gulong GdkAtom;
2791 typedef struct _GdkWindow GdkWindow;
2792 typedef struct _GdkWindow GdkBitmap;
2793 typedef struct _GdkWindow GdkPixmap;
2794 #endif /* GTK+ 1.2/2.0 */
2795
2796 typedef struct _GdkCursor GdkCursor;
2797 typedef struct _GdkRegion GdkRegion;
2798 typedef struct _GdkDragContext GdkDragContext;
2799
2800 #ifdef HAVE_XIM
2801 typedef struct _GdkIC GdkIC;
2802 typedef struct _GdkICAttr GdkICAttr;
2803 #endif
2804
2805 /* Stand-ins for GTK types */
2806 typedef struct _GtkWidget GtkWidget;
2807 typedef struct _GtkRcStyle GtkRcStyle;
2808 typedef struct _GtkAdjustment GtkAdjustment;
2809 typedef struct _GtkList GtkList;
2810 typedef struct _GtkToolbar GtkToolbar;
2811 typedef struct _GtkTooltips GtkTooltips;
2812 typedef struct _GtkNotebook GtkNotebook;
2813 typedef struct _GtkNotebookPage GtkNotebookPage;
2814 typedef struct _GtkAccelGroup GtkAccelGroup;
2815 typedef struct _GtkItemFactory GtkItemFactory;
2816 typedef struct _GtkSelectionData GtkSelectionData;
2817 typedef struct _GtkTextBuffer GtkTextBuffer;
2818 typedef struct _GtkRange GtkRange;
2819
2820 typedef GtkWidget *WXWidget;
2821
2822 #ifndef __WXGTK20__
2823 #define GTK_OBJECT_GET_CLASS(object) (GTK_OBJECT(object)->klass)
2824 #define GTK_CLASS_TYPE(klass) ((klass)->type)
2825 #endif
2826
2827 #endif /* __WXGTK__ */
2828
2829 #if defined(__WXGTK20__) || (defined(__WXX11__) && wxUSE_UNICODE)
2830 #define wxUSE_PANGO 1
2831 #else
2832 #define wxUSE_PANGO 0
2833 #endif
2834
2835 #if wxUSE_PANGO
2836 /* Stand-ins for Pango types */
2837 typedef struct _PangoContext PangoContext;
2838 typedef struct _PangoLayout PangoLayout;
2839 typedef struct _PangoFontDescription PangoFontDescription;
2840 #endif
2841
2842 #ifdef __WXMGL__
2843 typedef struct window_t *WXWidget;
2844 #endif /* MGL */
2845
2846 #ifdef __WXDFB__
2847 /* DirectFB doesn't have the concept of non-TLW window, so use
2848 something arbitrary */
2849 typedef const void* WXWidget;
2850 #endif /* DFB */
2851
2852 /* This is required because of clashing macros in windows.h, which may be */
2853 /* included before or after wxWidgets classes, and therefore must be */
2854 /* disabled here before any significant wxWidgets headers are included. */
2855 #ifdef __WXMSW__
2856 #include "wx/msw/winundef.h"
2857 #endif /* __WXMSW__ */
2858
2859 /* --------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
2860 /* macro to define a class without copy ctor nor assignment operator */
2861 /* --------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
2862
2863 #define DECLARE_NO_COPY_CLASS(classname) \
2864 private: \
2865 classname(const classname&); \
2866 classname& operator=(const classname&);
2867
2868 #define DECLARE_NO_ASSIGN_CLASS(classname) \
2869 private: \
2870 classname& operator=(const classname&);
2871
2872 /* --------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
2873 /* If a manifest is being automatically generated, add common controls 6 to it */
2874 /* --------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
2875
2876 #if (!defined wxUSE_NO_MANIFEST || wxUSE_NO_MANIFEST == 0 ) && \
2877 ( defined _MSC_FULL_VER && _MSC_FULL_VER >= 140040130 )
2878
2879 #define WX_CC_MANIFEST(cpu) \
2880 "/manifestdependency:\"type='win32' \
2881 name='Microsoft.Windows.Common-Controls' \
2882 version='6.0.0.0' \
2883 processorArchitecture='"cpu"' \
2884 publicKeyToken='6595b64144ccf1df' \
2885 language='*'\""
2886
2887 #if defined _M_IX86
2888 #pragma comment(linker, WX_CC_MANIFEST("x86"))
2889 #elif defined _M_X64
2890 #pragma comment(linker, WX_CC_MANIFEST("amd64"))
2891 #elif defined _M_IA64
2892 #pragma comment(linker, WX_CC_MANIFEST("ia64"))
2893 #else
2894 #pragma comment(linker, WX_CC_MANIFEST("*"))
2895 #endif
2896
2897 #endif /* !wxUSE_NO_MANIFEST && _MSC_FULL_VER >= 140040130 */
2898
2899 #endif
2900 /* _WX_DEFS_H_ */

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