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A collection of about 290 functions to provide programs access to the power of DESQview and DESQview/X as well as TOPVIEW environments. By Ralf Brown.
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A collection of about 290 functions to provide programs access to the power of DESQview and DESQview/X as well as TOPVIEW environments. By Ralf Brown.
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DVCLASS.H 2456 643 deflated
DVGLUE.DOC 65704 18138 deflated
DVGLUE.H 34106 7822 deflated
DVGLUEC.LIB 68096 25677 deflated
DVGLUEH.LIB 67072 26155 deflated
DVGLUEL.LIB 69120 25885 deflated
DVGLUEM.LIB 68096 25343 deflated
DVGLUES.LIB 66560 25109 deflated
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DVGSRC.ZIP 125111 117322 deflated
DVGUI.H 7872 2542 deflated
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DVSTREAM.H 9833 2732 deflated
PGP-SIGS.ZIP 7612 6132 deflated
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README 1121 622 deflated
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Contents of the README file


Changes from v1.01 to v1.70:
most TV*() functions have been renamed DV*()
DVapp_free has been removed; use DVtask_free instead
TVinit and TVexit have been removed; use DVinit/DVexit instead
DVapilevel is now
int pascal DVapilevel(int level) ;
DVinit is now
int pascal DVinit(int required_version) ;
DVwin_create drops the last argument, is now
OBJECT pascal DVwin_create(OBJECT win,char *title,int rows,
int cols, int input_buffer) ;

DVapp_new() still does not work properly. While you can successfully
create the new task running a new program, if either of the tasks exits
before the window is closed with {DESQ}C or Ctrl-Alt-Del, DESQview becomes
extremely confused.



Changes from v1.70 to v1.72:
fixed a number of bugs
some testing under DV/X 1.x -- found that a number of DV API functions
not properly supported; e.g. UIwin_open leaves an ugly green window
where it is trying to overlay a transparent window to catch mouse
movements

Finally released after more than two years in limbo.... (even though there
are still plenty of areas that need work)



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