This is a small utility that shows all of the classes in the VCF's ClassRegistry.
One of the cool things about it is that it is able to save various UI states with almost no code:
mainWindow->initializeSettings(true);That's it! The rest of the individual settings are set in the UI's VFF and the framework does all the work of storing and retrieving them for you.
Finally, after a very long time, thankfully not in a galaxy far, far away, we are almost ready to make the release you've all been waiting for:
Fish Taco - 0.9.8
The current code is pretty much done, with the exception of an example or two, and further documentation.
One of the many things that got fixed in the upcoming Fish Taco release is enhanced support for the Visual Form File format. This enables the developer to put together a UI in much less time than if you had to write all the C++ code by hand. The Form Designer of the VCF Builder is built with this in mind, though that project is still sadly behind. However, one of the features is the ability to specify values using units, with the ability to support custom units if the need arises. Currently the units supported are pixels (the default), inches, centimeters, and points (where a point is 1/72 of an inch). The conversion from unit value to pixel value takes into consideration the current screen DPI, thus allowing you to specify a layout once, and know that it will work correctly no matter the DPI settings. Future units supported will be DLU's (Windows Dialog Units), and percent.