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The "Tiny" application

From: Josh Gage <josh@chezgage.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 17:18:08 +0200
Message-ID: <003501c0cc08$9b1911d0$1f0114ac@fdjgage>
To: <www-lib@w3.org>
I'm using the 5.3.2 version of libwww on win2k and am having a problem with
the sample application "Tiny". When I run it and give it a web page, it goes
and gets the page and displays it in text form with numbers to the side of
all the links and tells me to hit a number, which (I assume) will cause the
program to follow the link. So far, so good.

However when I hit a number nothing happens. I can hit numbers, letters,
keypad numbers, function keys and still nothing. When I break (using ctrl-c)
I just get returned to the cmd prompt, with the OS saying that whatever I
typed is not recognizable. So, the Tiny app is not picking up any of my
keystrokes.

I traced through and watched the event handler, and when my apps is at the
point where I type a number, the event handler doesn't receive anything. I'm
doing just a standard compile, which uses asynch events. I tried compiling
with async undefined but after fixing a couple compiler problems, I get GPFs
with memory problems, so that's not too good.

Has anyone had this problem? Anyone have any ideas why I'm not receiving
events for my keystrokes?

Thanks for your help,
- Josh
josh@chezgage.com
Received on Monday, 23 April 2001 11:18:26 GMT

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