TextEdit is a text editor, written in C++ to the raw Win32 API. It illustrates how to fit together all the myriad bits and pieces that make a robust Windows application a, well, robust Windows application.
It was originally written as the companion program to my book Programming Industrial Strength Windows (2000); I've occasionally fiddled with it in the years since then. Now that it has a home on CodePlex I'll probably continue fiddling, even though
my everyday focus has moved to .NET: Technology changes more easily than design principles. And it sure beats NotePad.
TextEdit demonstrates a number of things:
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I'm posting an entire book here, in the hope that this will provide sufficient documentation, and perhaps some additional value:
Programming Industrial Strength Windows
The logo, by the way, was made with
Microsoft Expression Design 2.
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