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_madRat

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flViewer - simple and fast image viewer on FLTK-1.3
« on: April 13, 2016, 10:27:18 AM »
Simple, Fast and modular picture viewer.



Build tcz - just download attachment and sources into flviewer directory.

sources:
wget https://github.com/madrat-/flviewer/archive/1.0.0.tar.gz -O flviewer-1.0.0.tar.gz
wget http://mupdf.com/downloads/mupdf-1.8-source.tar.gz


After building you get main flviewer package (24K) (support jpeg/png/bmp, gif and xpm, xbm), it's localization, dev package and additional modules for supporting tiff (requires libtiff) and pdf (statically compiled with mupdf - very big - about 5M, but includes full support pdf, tiff, jpeg, xps and cbz).

Feel free to ask me about this application.
« Last Edit: April 13, 2016, 10:43:37 AM by _madRat »

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Re: flViewer - simple and fast image viewer on FLTK-1.3
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2018, 08:38:40 AM »
Hi, All
I have update build script and patches for tinycore 8.2 and offer they for you.

Offline ipmeel

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Re: flViewer - simple and fast image viewer on FLTK-1.3
« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2018, 04:46:44 AM »
How to build a GUI application without minimize, resize icons on title bar using FLTK & gcc?

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Re: flViewer - simple and fast image viewer on FLTK-1.3
« Reply #3 on: July 01, 2018, 04:56:23 AM »
How to build a GUI application without minimize, resize icons on title bar using FLTK & gcc?
Hi, not exactly what you want, but I found this on the internet.
Please refer to the Fl_Window Class Reference.
« Last Edit: July 01, 2018, 04:58:42 AM by polikuo »

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Re: flViewer - simple and fast image viewer on FLTK-1.3
« Reply #4 on: July 01, 2018, 10:20:13 AM »
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How to build a GUI application without minimize, resize icons on title bar using FLTK & gcc?


1) Create a FLTK modal window .
 Use of a FLTK modal window means dialog window is one option which does not have close functionality and icon  . To exit this modal window, we have to use fl_ask() function. For eq:
FL/fl_ask.h.

if (fl_ask("Do you really want to save and exit?"))   
save_and_exit();

2) When we try to close  the  FLTK window , the default  callback function of Fl_Window is called .  We can set our own window callback to a different value, by overriding the default close / hide functionality of the window.
 The default callback function allows the user to save and  exit, don't save, or cancel.

The FLTK man page defination is : 

 static void window_cb (Fl_Widget *widget, void *)
{    Fl_Window *window = (Fl_Window *)widget;   
// fl_choice presents a modal dialog window with up to three choices.    int result = fl_choice("Do you want to save before quitting?,               "Don't Save", 
// 0              "Save",       
 // 1               "Cancel"     
// 2                           );   

if (result == 0)
 { 
// Close without saving       
hide();    }
 else if (result == 1)

// Save and close       
 save();        window->hide();    }
 else if (result == 2)
 { 
// Cancel / don't close     
  // don't do anything   
}
}

You can define your own window callback function  in your main function:
window->callback( win_cb );