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Hi, this is my first attempt trying to write a dock under C++:

http://www.matiasmoreno.com.ar/box/MyDock-2009-05-23.rar

It uses Gdiplus (where possible) for graphics.

The dock is horrible, but it works. :P

It's distributed in source code form and is destinated to anyone who wants to write docks or similar programs and in need of a point of reference or working example.

Please don't ask me with feature requests, I may or may not continue adding stuff from time to time. I needed this as a reference too, for porting Stacks Library, Stacks Docklet 2 and maybe WinExposé to C++.

Final note: it has been written to compile with MinGW. This doesn't mean it will or won't compile with Visual Studio C++, just I haven't tested. To compile Gdiplus apps under MinGW, you'll need the include files and lib file, I can post them at request.

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I followed this http://wiki.bb4win.org/wiki/Using_GDIPlus_With_MinGW to compile it.

However, linker fails:

g++.exe MyDock.o  -o "uDock.exe" -L"C:/Dev-Cpp/lib" -L"C:/Dev-Cpp/mingw32/GnuWin32/lib" -llibSDL -lSDL_mixer libgdiplus.a  

MyDock.o(.text+0x226):MyDock.cpp: undefined reference to `[email protected]'
MyDock.o(.text+0x2e0):MyDock.cpp: undefined reference to `[email protected]'
MyDock.o(.text+0x303):MyDock.cpp: undefined reference to `[email protected]'
MyDock.o(.text+0x311):MyDock.cpp: undefined reference to `[email protected]'
MyDock.o(.text+0x31f):MyDock.cpp: undefined reference to `[email protected]'
MyDock.o(.text+0xcfc):MyDock.cpp: undefined reference to `[email protected]'
MyDock.o(.text+0xd50):MyDock.cpp: undefined reference to `[email protected]'
MyDock.o(.text+0x102a):MyDock.cpp: undefined reference to `[email protected]'

MyDock.o(.text+0x10a3):MyDock.cpp: undefined reference to `[email protected]'
MyDock.o(.text+0x10b1):MyDock.cpp: undefined reference to `[email protected]'

That was with DevCPP. The same happens with CodeBlocks. :(

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I think this is a very good idea to have open source Dock, if you look at all other Docks right now, ultimately the development has ceased.

If you can have a group of developers that maintain the dock, if one the developer give up, the others can continue the project!

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Cool. Thanks a lot for this. I started messing around development of a dock in C#.

I managed to get this to compile under VS 2008. It wasn't difficult. In the projects settings just be sure to include gdiplus.lib, and to change the project settings Character set to Multi-Byte as the quickest fix, otherwise you may need to supply a "L" at the beginning of each string through out the code if you'd rather keep it unicode. Oh and also to be sure to include the stdafx.h header file before any others.

Otherwise thanks a lot for sharing. Hardest part for me is to code the damn Parabolic zoom!

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