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    Posted: 20 January 2007 at 2:45pm
Hi,
 
How do I add a syntax edit control in a dialog resource? I tried adding a custom class with the class name set to "XTPSyntaxEditCtrl", but it didn't work.
 
Any ideas?
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Please read the following topic: http://forum.codejock.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=5211
 
It is for Report control but the idea is the same - you have to call

m_wndSyntaxEditCtrl.RegisterWindowClass( hInstanceOfYourResource )


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Sorry, Can I get some sample about this?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mgampi Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 May 2007 at 6:52am
Hi;
 
has anyone successfully integrated the sytax edit control in a dialog?
I'm unable to do this!  I tried the solutions mentioned by Serge but with no success.
Unfortunately CXTPSyntaxEditCtrl::RegisterWindowClass() is a private function.
 
Any help is very welcome.
 
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Dialog support added in 11.2.
See example at: ExtendedSamples\SyntaxEditOnDialog.zip
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Very well, but where can I find the extended samples? I have installed the 11.2.0 version....
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They are placed here: ToolkitPro\Workspace\Support\ExtendedSamples
But to be shue I attach it here:  uploads/20071009_104114_SyntaxEditOnDia.zip
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Thank you very much. The example works fine!!
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in ur *Dlg.h include 
#include "SyntaxEdit\XTPSyntaxEditBufferManager.h"
and add 
CXTPSyntaxEditCtrl m_wndRich1;

on OnInitDialog()
#include "_cpp1_schclass.h"
m_wndRich1.SetSyntaxAndColorScheme(strColor, sColorTheme);
m_wndRich1.GetEditBuffer()->SetFileExt(_T(".c"));

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