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devilsclaw



Joined: 30 Oct 2003
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devilsclaw
I need help converting c structs to FASM ones

struct _GtkFileSelection
{
/*< private >*/
GtkDialog parent_instance;

/*< public >*/
GtkWidget *dir_list;
GtkWidget *file_list;
GtkWidget *selection_entry;
GtkWidget *selection_text;
GtkWidget *main_vbox;
GtkWidget *ok_button;
GtkWidget *cancel_button;
GtkWidget *help_button;
GtkWidget *history_pulldown;
GtkWidget *history_menu;
GList *history_list;
GtkWidget *fileop_dialog;
GtkWidget *fileop_entry;
gchar *fileop_file;
gpointer cmpl_state;

GtkWidget *fileop_c_dir;
GtkWidget *fileop_del_file;
GtkWidget *fileop_ren_file;

GtkWidget *button_area;
GtkWidget *action_area;

/*< private >*/
GPtrArray *selected_names;
gchar *last_selected;
};

i need that trans to FASM if possible i can learn from there
Post 31 Oct 2003, 23:20
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scientica
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scientica
(unless I'm misstaken "whatever_datatype *name" is a pointer, thus a dword, on x86-32 at least). I assume GtkDialog is a structure defined somewhere (don't have access to the gtk includes now).
Here is a likley translation:
Code:
struc GtkFileSelection ; note: stripped the leading _
  ;< private >
  parent_instance  GtkDialog

  ;< public >
  dir_list              dd ?
  file_list             dd ?
  selection_entry               dd ?
  selection_text                dd ?
  main_vbox             dd ?
  ok_button             dd ?
  cancel_button         dd ?
  help_button           dd ?
  history_pulldown              dd ?
  history_menu          dd ?
  history_list          dd ?
  fileop_dialog         dd ?
  fileop_entry          dd ?
  fileop_file           dd ?
  cmpl_state            dd ? ; I think (=not sure) gpointer is a normal pointe

  fileop_c_dir            dd ?
  fileop_del_file               dd ?
  fileop_ren_file               dd ?

  button_area               dd ?
  action_area           dd ?

  ;< private >
  selected_names            dd ?
  last_selected         dd ?
struct GtkFileSelection ; strippd it here too    

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Post 01 Nov 2003, 01:31
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devilsclaw



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devilsclaw
thanks i will try that out... i have a feeling your right... Smile
Post 01 Nov 2003, 02:29
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stanks



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stanks
Hi there

I know that this is one year later but i install linux one month ago. I also started with bazik's tutorials and they are great, but there is one big and important problem. There is no example about opening and saving files. With or without a dialog. I still have battle with this.
GtkWidget is structure too. And in it more structures...GtkStyle, GtkRequisition, GtkAllocation and GdkWindow. GtkStyle has more structures GdkColor, GdkGC and GdkPixmap.
I have a question....how to respond on button click in 'common' open dialog under GTK+?
How to get value of next example:

Code:
struc x
{
   a dd ?
   b dd ?
}

struc y
{
  now here i have one element (named abx) that will hold value of one element from structure x
  how to do this?
}
Or live example:
C code:
dialog_vbox1 = GTK_DIALOG (dialog1)->vbox;

How to translate this to asm?

    


Thanks in advance

stanks
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gorshing



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gorshing
Have you looked at bazik's examples to see if he has answered your question?

http://flatassembler.net/examples/gtk-examples.tar.gz

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Post 28 Oct 2004, 12:33
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stanks



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stanks
Hi gorshing

Yes i did, but as i stated in my previous post there is nothing about opening and saving files and similar. But today i learn most important thing....don't complicate simple stuff. I will post here example later this day.

stanks
Post 28 Oct 2004, 15:10
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stanks



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stanks
Hi

Here it is...my file selection:

Code:
section '.data' writeable
        szBuffer rb 128

section '.bss' writeable
  filesel dd ?

proc open_file
  response_open dd ?

      enter
       ; new file selection
        argcall gtk_file_selection_new, szOpenDialogTitle
   mov [filesel], eax
  ; DON'T FORGET TO SHOW THE WIDGET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
   argcall gtk_widget_show, [filesel]

      argcall gtk_dialog_run, [filesel]
   mov [response_open], eax

        cmp [response_open], GTK_RESPONSE_OK
        jne end_dlg
 ; get file from dialog
      argcall gtk_file_selection_get_filename, [filesel]
  lea eax, [eax]
      mov esi, eax
        mov edi, szBuffer
   push edi
    mov ecx, 32
 rep movsd
   pop edi
  getname_end:
       argcall g_print, szBuffer
  end_dlg:
         argcall gtk_widget_destroy, [filesel]
       return
    


I will examine more and will post here what i will find.

stanks
Post 28 Oct 2004, 18:53
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