Hi, I am creating a debugger, and want to continously show the value of a register, and also allow modifying it’s value. I have looked at using nana::inputbox::integer, but I haven’t found a way to either automatically, or explicitly (button) refresh the associated value. Also, inputbox::integer is probably unsuitable for 64-bit registers. I would really appreciate a suggesti
//Include nana/gui.hpp header file to enable Nana C++ Library
//for the program.
//All names of Nana is in the namespace nana;
using namespace nana;
//Define a form object, class form will create a window
The documentation says that listbox::item_proxy::empty() tests whether the object is valid. What would have to happen for the object to become invalid? In what conditions would listbox::item_proxy::empty() return true?
Why is it called a "model"? Am I correct in assuming that it's part of the "model-view-adapter" software engineering concept?
model: the STL container provided by the user view: the listbox, handled by the library adapter (mediating controller): the user-provided functions that translate between container value and listbox cell??
I tried to compile nana according to this but I get the following error:
||=== Build: Debug in nana (compiler: GNU GCC Compiler) ===|
C:\nana\source\gui\filebox.cpp||In constructor 'nana::folderbox::folderbox(nana::window, const path_type&, std::__cxx11::string)':|
C:\nana\source\gui\filebox.cpp|1592|error: 'weakly_canonical' is not a member of 'fs'|
||=== Build finished: 1 error(s), 0 wa
I'm trying to let the user select some items in a multi-selection listbox, and then pop up a menu when the user right-clicks on the selected items. The problem is that right-clicking resets the selection. Is there any way around that? I think there should be some way to tell the listbox to only allow selecting with left-click. I'm using Nana 1.7.
I'm working on a new project and I would like to create a customizable layout where the user can show/hide, arrange, move, resize, etc ... several panels. As reference example think to the MS Visual Studio editor.
I've worked a little with the DOCK field and it seems to be a good start but not yet complete.
Is there someone who use the DOCK field? If yes, what are your impr
I find that many people use MinGW on Windows, but some redistros don't support standard library and COM well, and the configurations for MinGW and nana are complicated, therefore people often encounter the compiling/linkage errors.
So, I decided to create a simple IDE which would contain a MinGW and compiled nana. Also will provide a package management that can easy to update MinGW and nana,
Hello, first of all thanks for your great work! :-)
For the listbox there are two models. Typically, if you have complicated data and you want to avoid data duplication and senseless back and forward conversions, you'd pick the shared_model. The problem is that this model still forces you to do unnecessary conversions. If you pick a shared_model and want to handle the container yoursel