Category : OS/2 Files
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Filename : PMMSG.MOD

 
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(*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*)
(* Example OS/2 Presentation Manager Program adapted from the book *)
(* "OS/2 Presentation Manager - Programming Primer" by Asael Dror & *)
(* Robert Lafore *)
(* *)
(* Example programs converted to JPI Modula-2 Version 2 for OS/2 1.2 by *)
(* Chris Barker, August 1990 *)
(* *)
(* Notes: I am distributing these programs so that others can learn and also *)
(* so I can elicit feedback from the user community on programming for*)
(* OS/2 PM using Modula-2. If your have any questions, suggestions, *)
(* or comments I'd love to hear from you. I may be reached at the *)
(* following addresses: *)
(* *)
(* Compuserve ID: 72261,2312 *)
(* Pete Norloff's OS/2 Shareware BBS - (703) 385-4325 *)
(* Max's Doghouse BBS - (703) 548-7849 *)
(* The above two BBS carry the Fidonet OS/2 echo which I read *)
(* regularly. *)
(* Programmer's Corner - (301) 596-1180 *)
(* CPCUG Mix (Window Sig) BBS - (301) 738-9060 *)
(* *)
(* I hope I hear from you! *)
(* *)
(* - Chris *)
(* *)
(*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*)

(*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*)
(* Program Notes: *)
(* Provides a excellent way to see what messages are really being sent *)
(* during the execution of this program. When it first starts, you *)
(* hear beeps for about 15 seconds before the client window is drawn. *)
(* Every time you move the mouse a message will be posted. *)
(* Source code on page 106. *)
(*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*)

IMPLEMENTATION MODULE PMMSG;

BEGIN
msglist := MsgArray('WM_NULL',
'WM_CREATE',
'WM_DESTROY',
'WM_OTHERWINDOWDESTOYED',
'WM_ENABLE',
'WM_SHOW',
'WM_MOVE',
'WM_SIZE',
'WM_ADJUSTWINDOWPOS',
'WM_CALCVALIDRECTS',
'WM_SETWINDOWPARAMS',
'WM_QUERYWINDOWPARAMS',
'WM_HITTEST',
'WM_ACTIVATE',
'VOID',
'WM_SETFOCUS',
'WM_SETSELECTION',
'WM_PPAINT',
'WM_PSETFOCUS',
'WM_PSYSCOLORCHANGE',
'WM_PSIZE',
'WM_PACTIVATE',
'WM_PCONTROL',
'???','???','???','???','???','???','???','???','???',
'WM_COMMAND',
'WM_SYSCOMMAND',
'WM_HELP',
'WM_PAINT',
'WM_TIMER',
'WM_SEM1',
'WM_SEM2',
'WM_SEM3',
'WM_SEM4',
'WM_CLOSE',
'WM_QUIT',
'WM_SYSCOLORCHNAGE',
'???',
'WM_SYSVALUECHANGED',
'WM_APPTERMINATENOTIFY',
'WM_PRESPARMCHANGED',
(* control notification messages *)
'WM_CONTROL',
'WM_VSCROLL',
'WM_HSCROLL',
'WM_INITMENU',
'WM_MENUSELECT',
'WM_MENUEND',
'WM_DRAWITEM',
'WM_MEASUREITEM',
'WM_CONTROLPOINTER',
'WM_CONTROLHEAP',
'WM_QUERYDLGCODE',
'WM_INITDLG',
'WM_SUBSTITUTESTRING',
'WM_MATCHMNEMONIC',
'WM_SAVEAPPLICATION',
'???',
(* frame manager messages *)
'WM_FLASHWINDOW',
'WM_FORMATFRAME',
'WM_UPDATEFRAME',
'WM_FOCUSCHANGE',
'WM_SETBORDERSIZE',
'WM_TRACKFRAME',
'WM_MINMAXFRAME',
'WM_SETICON',
'WM_QUERYICON',
'WM_SETACCELTABLE',
'WM_QUERYACCELTABLE',
'WM_TRANSLATEACCEL',
'WM_QUERYTRACKINFO',
'WM_QUERYBORDERSIZE',
'WM_NEXTMENU',
'WM_ERASEBACKGROUND',
'WM_QUERYFRAMEINFO',
'WM_QUERYFOCUSCHAIN',
'???',
'WM_CALCFRAMERECT',
'???',
'WM_WINDOWPOSCHANGED',
'???','???','???',
'WM_QUERYFRAMECTLCOUNT',
'???',
'WM_QUERYHELPINFO',
'WM_SETHELPINFO',
'WM__ERROR',
'???','???',
(* clipboard messages *)
'WM_RENDERFMT',
'WM_RENDERALLFMTS',
'WM_DESTROYCLIPBOARD',
'WM_PAINTCLIPBOARD',
'WM_SIZECLIPBOARD',
'WM_HSCROLLCLIPBOARD',
'WM_VSCROLLCLIPBOARD',
'WM_DRAWCLIPBOARD',
'???','???','???','???','???','???','???','???',
'WM_MOUSEMOVE',
'WM_BUTTON1DOWN',
'WM_BUTTON1UP',
'WM_BUTTON1DBLCLK',
'WM_BUTTON2DOWN',
'WM_BUTTON2UP',
'WM_BUTTON2DBLCLK',
'WM_BUTTON3DOWN',
'WM_BUTTON3UP',
'WM_BUTTON3DBLCLK',
(* character input messages *)
'WM_CHAR',
'WM_QUEUESYNC',
'WM_JOURNALNOTIFY');
END PMMSG.


  3 Responses to “Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : PM-M2A.ZIP
Filename : PMMSG.MOD

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