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Home » U++ Library support » U++ Libraries and TheIDE: i18n, Unicode and Internationalization » version 1579, CharSet.h, CHARSET_KOI8_R redefined and Ctrllib.t, fail to compiling with MSVC9
version 1579, CharSet.h, CHARSET_KOI8_R redefined and Ctrllib.t, fail to compiling with MSVC9 [message #23203] Fri, 25 September 2009 12:07 Go to next message
LeiMing is currently offline  LeiMing
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Registered: September 2009
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at first, sorry for my poor English.

thank you for the perfect work. VC with MFC is quite expansive for an after-hours programmer who make program not for money, and .net runtime is too large. I use Ultimate++ and found it easy to use.

CharSet.h line 87:
#define CHARSET_KOI8_R 84

line 26:
#define CHARSET_KOI8_R 24

It defines CHARSET_KOI8_R twice.


and then, when I try to compiling my project with MSVC9, quite lots of errors comes out. Because at the moment Ultimate++ not support the encoding of GBK so I have to change the default encoding to UTF8. Probably it's the problem of UTF8 cause msvc9's compiling falls to errors.


and by the way, I wonder if you are considering offering the support of encoding for source code about CP936 (Chinese GBK).

also I have a question, I can't find a droplist that users can input his own text in, and it's common in some GUI libraries. Is because I didn't find it or currently it's not support by Ultimate++?

Thanks.

Regards,
LeiMing

[Updated on: Fri, 25 September 2009 12:12]

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Re: version 1579, CharSet.h, CHARSET_KOI8_R redefined and Ctrllib.t, fail to compiling with MSVC9 [message #23204 is a reply to message #23203] Fri, 25 September 2009 13:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
mirek is currently offline  mirek
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LeiMing wrote on Fri, 25 September 2009 06:07

at first, sorry for my poor English.

thank you for the perfect work. VC with MFC is quite expansive for an after-hours programmer who make program not for money, and .net runtime is too large. I use Ultimate++ and found it easy to use.

CharSet.h line 87:
#define CHARSET_KOI8_R 84

line 26:
#define CHARSET_KOI8_R 24

It defines CHARSET_KOI8_R twice.



Thanks, already fixed.

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also I have a question, I can't find a droplist that users can input his own text in, and it's common in some GUI libraries. Is because I didn't find it or currently it's not support by Ultimate++?



In U++, it is a template class 'WithDropChoice' able to add this to virtually any other widget.

So what you searching for is

WithDropChoice<EditString>

Mirek

[Updated on: Fri, 25 September 2009 13:01]

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Re: version 1579, CharSet.h, CHARSET_KOI8_R redefined and Ctrllib.t, fail to compiling with MSVC9 [message #23206 is a reply to message #23204] Fri, 25 September 2009 13:51 Go to previous message
LeiMing is currently offline  LeiMing
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Thanks for your reply.
Now I have editstring with drop choice in use.
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