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Cross-Platform GUI Programming with wxWidgets by Stefan Csomor, Kevin Hock, Julian Smart

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Appendix C Creating Applications with DialogBlocks

As we noted in Chapter 9, “Creating Custom Dialogs,” when creating your own dialogs, you really need a resource editor to take the pain out of tasks such as laying out the controls and maintaining event tables. DialogBlocks from Anthemion Software is one such tool, and you’ll find a special version of DialogBlocks on the accompanying CD-ROM to accelerate your wxWidgets learning and development on Windows, Linux, or Mac OS X. This appendix describes the tool and how you can use it to create, compile, and run your own applications. If you use DialogBlocks, you can avoid manually performing most of the procedures detailed in the previous two appendices because the tool can compile both wxWidgets ...

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