TODO/User interface toolkit/Popup

  • MN_InitPopup(name, title, text, button number)
    • name: menu name, if we want to use another popup definition. Next functions will reuse the menu name defined here.
    • button number: number of button for the popup (0..3) to update the layout.
  • MN_InitPopupButton(num, label, tooltip, action)
    • For each button we must call MN_InitPopupButton. Then it allow to use one call of va for each call.
  • MN_PushPopup(...)
    • Yet not sure we should add this function.

Every param from this functions will be cloned. We dont need static string for label, or command.

Example cp_installation_callback.c line 267:

MN_InitPopup(NULL, _("Destroy Installation"), _("Do you really want to destroy this installation?"), 2);
MN_InitPopupButton(0, _("Destroy"), _("Destroy installation"), command);
MN_InitPopupButton(1, _("Cancel"), _("Forget it"), "mn_pop;");

Then we also can take a look at MN_PopupList to see if we can do the same (convert to MN_InitPopupList).

We should finally aim to allow multi instance of the same popup, but it's not yet possible.

Wouldn't it be better to do something like popupButton_t *MN_PopupAddButton(name, title, text);? --Mattn 06:30, 27 March 2009 (UTC)
Yes, we can, but the result should be a node_t. But it will not be a real "add", i mean buttons are only visible or hiden. Bayo 22:10, 27 March 2009 (UTC)