Help with FXDialogBox


#1

I want a DialogBox where I can click a button, perform some operation,
possibly returning a value, and then the DialogBox should close (not
hide, close). The methods I have tried for this have failed. My
current setup, which gives me a seg fault, is:

button = FXButton.new(parent, text, icon, nil, nil, 0, . . .)
button.connect(SEL_COMMAND) do |sender, sel, data|
self.download(card)
self.handle(sender, ID_ACCEPT, data)
end

I also tried
button = FXButton.new(parent, text, icon, nil, self, ID_ACCEPT . . .)
button.connect(SEL_COMMAND) do
self.download(card)
end

I can’t get either of these to work. What information am I missing
here?

Raj


#2

Raj S. wrote:

I fixed a typo in the code


#3

Raj S. wrote:

end
Raj
My latest attempt, failure once more, is the following:

FXButton.new(rows[index/CPR], nil , icon, self, ID_ACCEPT,
LAYOUT_FIX_WIDTH|LAYOUT_FIX_HEIGHT|BUTTON_NORMAL, 0,0, WIDTH,
HEIGHT) do |button|
button.connect(SEL_COMMAND) { self.download(card) }
end


#4

Nobody on this one?
Lyle, you around somewhere?

Ok I gave up doing it with a DialogBox and now I’m just using another
FXMainWindow


#5

Raj S. wrote:

self.handle(sender, ID_ACCEPT, data)

Nobody on this one?
Lyle, you around somewhere?


#6

On 2007-03-02 21:48:39 -0600, Raj S. removed_email_address@domain.invalid said:

I want a DialogBox where I can click a button, perform some operation,
possibly returning a value, and then the DialogBox should close (not
hide, close). The methods I have tried for this have failed. My
current setup, which gives me a seg fault, is:

button = FXButton.new(parent, text, icon, nil, nil, 0, . . .)
button.connect(SEL_COMMAND) do |sender, sel, data|
self.download(card)
self.handle(sender, ID_ACCEPT, data)
end

I don’t know what “self” refers to in this context, but for the moment
I’ll assume that it is the dialog box itself. In that case, you were
close; the call to FXDialogBox#handle should have looked like this:

dialog_box.handle(button, FXSEL(SEL_COMMAND, FXDialogBox::ID_ACCEPT),
nil)

Hope this helps,

Lyle

P.S. Please post these questions to the fxruby-users mailing list for a
quicker response. I’m not able to check ruby-talk nearly as frequently
(or as thoroughly) as I used to.