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STR #2095

Application:FLTK Library
Status:5 - New
Priority:4 - High, e.g. key functionality not working
Scope:2 - Specific to an operating system
Subsystem:Unassigned
Summary:FLTK2 WinCE port, mouse events do not work
Version:2.0-current
Created By:pkz
Assigned To:Unassigned
Fix Version:Unassigned
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#1 pkz
11:32 Nov 24, 2008
fltk2-WinCE.diff.txt
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#2 pkz
11:43 Nov 24, 2008
Tests.rar
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#1 pkz
11:32 Nov 24, 2008
Hi!

For my project I made port fltk-2.0.x-r6483 to WinCE.
Currently libs and same test may bee compiled and linked.
Only problem that mouse events do not work.
Can You help me, please (really I am not programmer, so sorry for my possible errors in code).
Base system:
Ubuntu 8.04
CeGCC (http://cegcc.sourceforge.net/) arm-mingw32ce : toolset to build native Windows CE applications

My schell script for it:
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#!/bin/bash
AAA=mingw32ce
ARCH=arm-wince-$AAA
CEGCC_PATH=/opt/$AAA
export CC=$ARCH-gcc
export CXX=$ARCH-g++
export WINDRES=$ARCH-windres
export AR=$ARCH-ar
export RANLIB=$ARCH-ranlib
export STRIP=$ARCH-strip
export OPTIM="-O2 -Wall -Wunused -I$CEGCC_PATH/include -mwin32 -DWIN32 -D_WIN32_WCE=0x0400 -D_WIN32_IE=0x0400 -DUSE_DRAGDROP=0 -DNO_ERRNO_H -DNO_TRACK_MOUSE -DNO_GETENV -I$CEGCC_PATH/arm-wince-$AAA/include"
export LDFLAGS="-L$CEGCC_PATH/lib -L$CEGCC_PATH/arm-wince-$AAA/lib"
export PATH=/opt/$AAA/bin:/opt/$AAA/arm-wince-$AAA/bin:$PATH

./configure --disable-shared --disable-gl --disable-debug --disable-cairo --disable-xft --disable-xshm --disable-xdbe --disable-xinerama --disable-threads --enable-static --host=arm-wince-$AAA --prefix=$CEGCC_PATH
make
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Unfortunetly configure work uncorrectly, so look changes that I made in it and some other files.
 
 
#2 pkz
16:12 Nov 24, 2008
Problem with mouse(stick):
if I remove "-DNO_TRACK_MOUSE" from CFLAGS, linker write for any test programm:
Linking arc.exe...
../lib/libfltk2.a(run.o):run.cxx:(.text+0x28ac): undefined reference to `TrackMouseEvent'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
 
reference is in  src/win32/run.cxx rows 1229 - 1356

Recomendation for this problem from Microsoft:
http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=524177&SiteID=1
 
 
#3 AlbrechtS
01:06 Nov 26, 2008
If WinCE doesn't support TrackMouseEvent, then it is okay (needed) to use "-DNO_TRACK_MOUSE". You could also uncomment the statement "//#define NO_TRACK_MOUSE 1" in src/win32/run.cxx in your patch for WinCE. If we would add WinCE support to FLTK, then we might make this dependent on "_WIN32_WCE" or some other define, or try to load this function dynamically.

But this has nothing to do with normal mouse events (moving the pointer around, clicking etc.). It is only used for WM_MOUSELEAVE events, i.e. to know when the mouse leaves the current window.

Could you please tell us more about your "Problem with mouse(stick)"? Does this mean that you can't use the mouse (touchscreen ?) at all?

If so, the problem must be something else.

Maybe it would help, if we knew more about the device you're using?
 
 
#4 pkz
06:47 Nov 26, 2008
>dependent on "_WIN32_WCE" or some other define, or try to load this function dynamically.

I try also make it with VisualStudio2008 - and had completly another set of errors. So define should bee more specific, like "_MING32CE".

>Could you please tell us more about your "Problem with mouse(stick)"?
>Does this mean that you can't use the mouse (touchscreen ?) at all?

Yes.

>If so, the problem must be something else.

I do not have any idea.

>Maybe it would help, if we knew more about the device you're using?

HTC P4350 (with QWERTY keyboard) - no react to stick or "tab" and "arrows" on keyboard
Windows Mobile SDK 6 emulator with VS2008  - no react to mouse.

If You have any devace, please, try programs from "Tests.rar" - it is test samples from FLTK, that I compiled.
 
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