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Customized Visual Studio .NET package: your fully integrated document window inside the IDE

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Create a fully integrated document window inside the Visual Studio IDE.
- File Name: CommandIDs.h
- Date: 12/10/2003 4:28:06 PM
- Author: Michael Sheinin
- Description : 
	The file contains commands IDs for standard command group.
- Notes: 
	All numbers are obtained using the tracing of the original
	"bined" package activity.
	The command flags are used internaly to specify current command
#pragma once


#define COMMAND_ID_CUT		0x10 /*cut*/
#define COMMAND_ID_PASTE	0x1A /*paste*/
#define COMMAND_ID_COPY		0xF  /*copy*/
#define COMMAND_ID_UNDO		0x2C /*undo*/
#define COMMAND_ID_REDO		0x1E /*redo*/
#define COMMAND_ID_DELETE	0x11 /*delete*/
#define COMMAND_ID_SEL_ALL	0x1F /*select all*/
#define COMMAND_ID_NEWPANE	0x10D/*enables creation of new group tab pane*/
#define COMMAND_ID_NEWPANE1 0x10C/*enables creation of new group tab pane*/
#define COMMAND_ID_ONEXIT	0xE5 /*revoke drop target*/
#define COMMAND_ID_WNDSHO	0x2AC/*window activated*/
#define COMMAND_ID_WNDSHO1	0x151/*same*/
#define COMMAND_ID_SAVE		0x14B/*save file*/
#define COMMAND_ID_SAVEALL	0xE0 /*save all */
#define CMD_FLAG_CUT	0x1
#define CMD_FLAG_PASTE	0x2
#define CMD_FLAG_COPY	0x4
#define CMD_FLAG_UNDO	0x8
#define CMD_FLAG_REDO	0x10
#define CMD_FLAG_DELETE	0x20
#define CMD_FLAG_SELALL	0x40
/*#define CMD_FLAG_	0x
#define CMD_FLAG_	0x
#define CMD_FLAG_	0x
#define CMD_FLAG_	0x
#define CMD_FLAG_	0x
#define CMD_FLAG_	0x*/

#define IsCmdEnabled(CMD_STATE,CMD_FLAG)		((CMD_STATE&CMD_FLAG) != 0)
#define CmdAllEnabled							(DWORD(-1))
#define CmdDisable(CMD_STATE,CMD_FLAG)			(CMD_STATE&=(~(CMD_FLAG)))

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Michael Sheinin
Web Developer
United States United States
For the last 7 years I have developed software in real-time/embedded and MS-Windows environments for military and civil markets. I hold B.Sc. degree in computer engineering. Living in Ontario, Canada, I like hiking and traveling in general. Currently, I'm looking for employment opportunity inside the GTA.

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