Enhancements to Andrei Stcherbatchenko's Syntax coloring text editor

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Ability to Disable Drag&Drop (via the CCrystalTextView::GetDisableDragAndDrop( void ), and CCrystalTextView::SetDisableDragAndDrop( bool bDDAD ) methods).

Ability to add description text to Undo/Redo actions (via the CCrystalTextBuffer::CanUndo( PTSTR cpDesc ), CrystalTextBuffer::CanRedo( PTSTR cpDesc ), and AddUndoRecord(BOOL bInsert, const CPoint &ptStartPos, const CPoint &ptEndPos, LPCTSTR pszText, LPCTSTR cpDesc = NULL ) methods).

Some notes:

Undo/Redo description text is stored in a 32 byte buffer, so the description limit is 31 characters Currently, no checking is done to verify the length!

All(?) of my changes can be found by searching for "[JRT]", which is near all of the changes that I made.

Download source - 43 KB

Date Last Updated: February 14, 1999


  • ExEditors Library

    Posted by Legacy on 03/19/2002 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Mike Philips

    A complete collection of editors in a single file:




    Posted by Legacy on 04/25/2000 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Michael Yokoyama

    Hi, I'm looking for a Richedit version of this.


  • 2 character??? (in korea)

    Posted by Legacy on 12/06/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: falcon, kim


    CrystalEditor is good.

    I live in korea.
    We use 2 bytes in one character.
    if mouse point is on charcter,
    the charcter is broken..

    help me!!!!
    I want to use "crystaleditor class" with english and korean.

    pleaze tell me the method that use 1byte(english) and
    2bytes(korean) together.

    or tell me idea....

    thanks codeguru.....

  • good work!

    Posted by Legacy on 08/30/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Charlie

    a little bit good!!

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