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SL_AppWaitState updated:2008-03-02 15:57:08
NAME SL_AppWaitState -- change the applications wait state. SYNOPSIS SL_AppWaitState(apphandle, state); A0 D0 void SL_AppWaitState(APPHANDLE, SLFLAG); FUNCTION Increases or decreases the applications wait state. When an application is in a wait state, no input is allowed through the GUI. On most systems the mouse cursor is changed to a waiting shape. The...

SL_GetAppAttr updated:2008-03-02 15:36:06
NAME SL_GetAppAttr -- returns information about the application. SYNOPSIS data = SL_GetAppAttr(apphandle, attr); D0 A0 D1 SLTAGDATA SL_GetAppAttr(APPHANDLE, SLTAGTYPE); FUNCTION Returns the requested attribute of the application. INPUTS apphandle - APPHANDLE as returned by SL_AppInit. attr - one of the APPATTR_xxxx tags. TAGS APPATTR_Name (SLCHAR *) - The...

SL_AppCleanup updated:2008-03-02 15:35:21
NAME SL_AppCleanup - Cleans up after SL_AppInitA. SYNOPSIS SL_AppCleanup(apphandle); A0 void SL_AppCleanup(APPHANDLE); FUNCTION Cleans up after SL_AppInitA. Frees all system resources that may have been allocated by SL_AppInitA. INPUTS apphandle - the apphandle as returned by SL_AppInitA. This call handles a NULL apphandle correctly. SEE ALSO...

SL_AppInitA updated:2008-03-02 15:34:16
NAME SL_AppInitA -- init the application. SL_AppInit -- varargs stub for SL_AppInitA(). SYNOPSIS apphandle = SL_AppInitA(argc, argv, taglist); D0D1 A0 A1 APPHANLDE SL_AppInitA(int, SLCHAR **, struct TagItem *); apphandle = SL_AppInit(argc, argv, firsttag, ...); APPHANDLE SL_AppInit(int, SLCHAR **, Tag, ...); FUNCTION Allocates an APPHANDLE, inits it, and...

callbacks updated:2008-03-02 15:28:43
callbacks

Overview updated:2008-03-02 11:47:34
If the source code you develop uses only calls available in the Application Library and is ANSI C/C++ compliant, then it can be used on any platform that the Application Library exists on. If you don't have access to all of those platforms, we may be able to help. We may even be interested in publishing the fruits of your labor. The example source code made...

Language Support updated:2008-03-02 11:42:10
The first step in supporting a local language is the creation of a language module for that language. PageStream supports a number of localized document functions which is controlled by the active language for the text using one of those functions. Currently those functions are:* Page numbers (one, two, three...) * Dates (12th April, 2000) * Times (12:45...

SoftLogik App Library API updated:2008-03-01 21:13:56
This is the main library. These calls all start with SL_ and other than the display library calls, are the only ones you should need or use.

DELETEME updated:2008-03-01 13:50:43

File Formats updated:2008-03-01 13:49:49
Documenting the format of files used by PageStream.

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