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decard



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I've updated find/replace routines.
Finally, I've added an option to search whole project. Also, I changed a bit the dialogs, and added and option to search "whole current file" (maybe someone could think of some better name for it Confused) - it searches currently open file for all occurrences of given string (the same as if you open only this file and find with "all open files" option). And now you're able to replace strings in many source files.

regards,
Decard

attachement removed - new version is posted below


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Post 17 Jan 2004, 16:44
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JohnFound



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Hi decard.
Great work. I needed this function. Smile
Only one little thing: The edit window flickers too much when you load multiply files. Maybe you need to use "LockWindowUpdate" function for the tab control or even for whole source editor window when you search trough multiply files.

[offtopic] Do you plan to continue the "Fresh programmers guide"? There will be need of it very soon.[/offtopic]

Regards
Post 17 Jan 2004, 17:23
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decard



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JohnFound wrote:
The edit window flickers too much (...)

OK, I'll think of it.

JohnFound wrote:
Do you plan to continue the "Fresh programmers guide"?

Of course Smile But could you, as the project maintainer, write what should I cover in the guide, and in which order?
Post 17 Jan 2004, 17:36
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JohnFound



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decard wrote:
Of course Smile But could you, as the project maintainer, write what should I cover in the guide, and in which order?


Well, you write the first part wery good without my suggestions and it is great, just keep this way. Smile

...anyway, I can't refrain from some suggestions Very Happy
1. We need full guide on standard macro library, not only Fresh specific, but also these from FASM. Also such a guide can be useful for clearing the macro library and making it more structural.
2. Also guides on Fresh standard libraries:
* StrLib.asm
* gui.asm
* mainloop.asm
* msgutils.asm
* winalign.asm - I think it is clear enough for documenting now.

Well, it is big job, but don't think it should be finished in a few days. We simbly have to begin to make it. Simply choose some of these points. IMHO the order is not important.

Regards.
Post 17 Jan 2004, 17:55
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decard



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I tried to add following line in the source:
Code:
invoke LockWindowUpdate,[hSourceEditor]    

but it didn't change anything - I still got this flickery Confused Why? Maybe I'm just too tired... I will try again tomorrow.
Post 17 Jan 2004, 22:22
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aaro



Joined: 21 Jun 2003
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Are you displaying results in listbox? If yes, mayby WM_SETREDRAW could help with the flickering?
Code:
invoke SendMessage, [hListBox], WM_SETREDRAW, FALSE, 0
;add items to listbox
invoke SendMessage, [hListBox], WM_SETREDRAW, TRUE, 0
invoke InvalidateRect, [hListBox], NULL, TRUE
    
Post 18 Jan 2004, 12:12
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decard



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Well actually I needed to disable whole source editor window, but this soultion works well for it too. Thanks, aaro! Wink


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Post 18 Jan 2004, 13:52
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JohnFound



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Good work decard. I implemented it. Thanks.
Post 18 Jan 2004, 14:10
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decard



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oopss Embarassed it didn't want to compile... Here's a valid file:

outdated attachment removed - now it can be found in Fresh package Smile
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