[Lazarus] Creating SDK like system

ik idokan at gmail.com
Thu Apr 14 17:15:20 CEST 2011

On Thu, Apr 14, 2011 at 13:15, Hans-Peter Diettrich <DrDiettrich1 at aol.com>wrote:

> ik schrieb:
>  I was requested to create a Windows program that can be changed (the
>> interface) using some sort of SDK.
> That's very vague. Does the requestor have a specific idea about such an
> SDK, together with the functionality of the program? It sounds to me like
> "something like XYZ has".

It is vegue, but because I have never done it before, I didn't know what
exactly to ask.
Now I understand it better, and send several questions what exactly is

> When it's about the creation or modification of the GUI, an "SDK" could
> create the resource files (.lfm) of the forms. Everything else (event
> handlers...) should be predefined in the application, with flags
> (properties) in the .lfm to enable or configure that functionality, and the
> usual assignment of handlers to the events of the components.

That's one way. Another way I was thinking was to allow to edit the lfm
file, and also to provide a dll with some API like "register button", with
it's name and to be able to register a callback back to the the API when it
was used.

> DoDi


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