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Re: window-hardcopy for fred dialog items
- To: djskrien@COLBY.EDU
- Subject: Re: window-hardcopy for fred dialog items
- From: "Mark A. Tapia" <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 30 Jul 1992 21:30:12 -0400
- Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dale J. Skrien (email@example.com) writes:
On page 493 in the manual for MCL 2.0 final, it says that window-hardcopy
works for Fred windows or Fred dialog items. However, when I create a
window with a scrolling-fred-dialog-item (which I assign to a variable x)
and then call
I get an error message: "No applicable method for args:
(#<ccl::scrolling-fred-dialog-item #x51E179>) to
#<standard-generic-function window-hardcopy #x47A396>."
You're right - there are no methods defined for scrolling-fred-dialog-items.
Here's the result of inspecting the ccl::window-hardcopy function:
#<STANDARD-GENERIC-FUNCTION WINDOW-HARDCOPY #x2808AE>
Arglist: (WINDOW &OPTIONAL (SHOW-DIALOG? T))
Methods: (#<STANDARD-METHOD WINDOW-HARDCOPY (FRED-WINDOW)>)
And the standard version doesn't know how to print any other windows.
If you want to define your own methods for printing the contents of
a window (print-contents), I've contributed print-utils.lisp to the
contrib directory. This includes methods for printing windows
window-hardcopy which recursively prints the subviews of the window
after drawing a box the size of the window. The subviews are drawn
using print-contents. Print-contents is defined for
You can add other print-contents routines to print other types of
views. The window-hardcopy routine supports reduction/enlargement,
treating fred-windows separately from non-fred windows.