wxSplitterWindow

See wxSplitterWindow overview.

This class manages up to two subwindows. The current view can be split into two programmatically (perhaps from a menu command), and unsplit either programmatically or via the wxSplitterWindow user interface.

Window styles

wxSP_3D Draws a 3D effect border and sash.
wxSP_3DSASH Draws a 3D effect sash.
wxSP_3DBORDER Synonym for wxSP_BORDER.
wxSP_BORDER Draws a standard border.
wxSP_NOBORDER No border (default).
wxSP_NO_XP_THEME Under Windows XP, switches off the attempt to draw the splitter using Windows XP theming, so the borders and sash will take on the pre-XP look.
wxSP_PERMIT_UNSPLIT Always allow to unsplit, even with the minimum pane size other than zero.
wxSP_LIVE_UPDATE Don't draw XOR line but resize the child windows immediately.

See also window styles overview.

Derived from

wxWindow
wxEvtHandler
wxObject

Include files

<wx/splitter.h>

Event handling

To process input from a splitter control, use the following event handler macros to direct input to member functions that take a wxSplitterEvent argument.

EVT_SPLITTER_SASH_POS_CHANGING(id, func) The sash position is in the process of being changed. May be used to modify the position of the tracking bar to properly reflect the position that would be set if the drag were to be completed at this point. Processes a wxEVT_COMMAND_SPLITTER_SASH_POS_CHANGING event.
EVT_SPLITTER_SASH_POS_CHANGED(id, func) The sash position was changed. May be used to modify the sash position before it is set, or to prevent the change from taking place. Processes a wxEVT_COMMAND_SPLITTER_SASH_POS_CHANGED event.
EVT_SPLITTER_UNSPLIT(id, func) The splitter has been just unsplit. Processes a wxEVT_COMMAND_SPLITTER_UNSPLIT event.
EVT_SPLITTER_DCLICK(id, func) The sash was double clicked. The default behaviour is to unsplit the window when this happens (unless the minimum pane size has been set to a value greater than zero). Processes a wxEVT_COMMAND_SPLITTER_DOUBLECLICKED event.

See also

wxSplitterEvent



wxSplitterWindow::wxSplitterWindow



wxSplitterWindow(void)

Default constructor.



wxSplitterWindow(wxWindow* parent, wxWindowID id, const wxPoint& point = wxDefaultPosition, const wxSize& size = wxDefaultSize, long style=wxSP_3D, const wxString& name = "splitterWindow")

Constructor for creating the window.

Parameters

parent
The parent of the splitter window.

id
The window identifier.

pos
The window position.

size
The window size.

style
The window style. See wxSplitterWindow.

name
The window name.

Remarks

After using this constructor, you must create either one or two subwindows with the splitter window as parent, and then call one of wxSplitterWindow::Initialize, wxSplitterWindow::SplitVertically and wxSplitterWindow::SplitHorizontally in order to set the pane(s).

You can create two windows, with one hidden when not being shown; or you can create and delete the second pane on demand.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::Initialize, wxSplitterWindow::SplitVertically, wxSplitterWindow::SplitHorizontally, wxSplitterWindow::Create



wxSplitterWindow::~wxSplitterWindow



~wxSplitterWindow(void)

Destroys the wxSplitterWindow and its children.



wxSplitterWindow::Create



bool Create(wxWindow* parent, wxWindowID id, const wxPoint& point = wxDefaultPosition, const wxSize& size = wxDefaultSize, long style=wxSP_3D, const wxString& name = "splitterWindow")

Creation function, for two-step construction. See wxSplitterWindow::wxSplitterWindow for details.



wxSplitterWindow::GetMinimumPaneSize

int GetMinimumPaneSize(void) const

Returns the current minimum pane size (defaults to zero).

See also

wxSplitterWindow::SetMinimumPaneSize



wxSplitterWindow::GetSashGravity



double GetSashGravity(void)

Returns the current sash gravity.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::SetSashGravity



wxSplitterWindow::GetSashPosition



int GetSashPosition(void)

Returns the current sash position.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::SetSashPosition



wxSplitterWindow::GetSplitMode

int GetSplitMode(void) const

Gets the split mode.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::SetSplitMode, wxSplitterWindow::SplitVertically, wxSplitterWindow::SplitHorizontally.



wxSplitterWindow::GetWindow1

wxWindow* GetWindow1(void) const

Returns the left/top or only pane.



wxSplitterWindow::GetWindow2

wxWindow* GetWindow2(void) const

Returns the right/bottom pane.



wxSplitterWindow::Initialize



void Initialize(wxWindow* window)

Initializes the splitter window to have one pane. The child window is shown if it is currently hidden.

Parameters

window
The pane for the unsplit window.

Remarks

This should be called if you wish to initially view only a single pane in the splitter window.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::SplitVertically, wxSplitterWindow::SplitHorizontally



wxSplitterWindow::IsSplit

bool IsSplit(void) const

Returns true if the window is split, false otherwise.



wxSplitterWindow::OnDoubleClickSash



virtual void OnDoubleClickSash(int x, int y)

Application-overridable function called when the sash is double-clicked with the left mouse button.

Parameters

x
The x position of the mouse cursor.

y
The y position of the mouse cursor.

Remarks

The default implementation of this function calls Unsplit if the minimum pane size is zero.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::Unsplit



wxSplitterWindow::OnUnsplit



virtual void OnUnsplit(wxWindow* removed)

Application-overridable function called when the window is unsplit, either programmatically or using the wxSplitterWindow user interface.

Parameters

removed
The window being removed.

Remarks

The default implementation of this function simply hides removed. You may wish to delete the window.



wxSplitterWindow::OnSashPositionChange



virtual bool OnSashPositionChange(int newSashPosition)

Application-overridable function called when the sash position is changed by user. It may return false to prevent the change or true to allow it.

Parameters

newSashPosition
The new sash position (always positive or zero)

Remarks

The default implementation of this function verifies that the sizes of both panes of the splitter are greater than minimum pane size.



wxSplitterWindow::ReplaceWindow



bool ReplaceWindow(wxWindow * winOld, wxWindow * winNew)

This function replaces one of the windows managed by the wxSplitterWindow with another one. It is in general better to use it instead of calling Unsplit() and then resplitting the window back because it will provoke much less flicker (if any). It is valid to call this function whether the splitter has two windows or only one.

Both parameters should be non-NULL and winOld must specify one of the windows managed by the splitter. If the parameters are incorrect or the window couldn't be replaced, false is returned. Otherwise the function will return true, but please notice that it will not delete the replaced window and you may wish to do it yourself.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::GetMinimumPaneSize

See also

wxSplitterWindow::Unsplit
wxSplitterWindow::SplitVertically
wxSplitterWindow::SplitHorizontally



wxSplitterWindow::SetSashGravity



void SetSashGravity(double gravity)

Sets the sash gravity.

Parameters

gravity
The sash gravity. Value between 0.0 and 1.0.

Remarks Gravity is real factor which controls position of sash while resizing wxSplitterWindow. Gravity tells wxSplitterWindow how much will left/top window grow while resizing.

Example values:

Gravity should be real value betwwen 0.0 and 1.0.

Default value of sash gravity is 0.0. That value is compatible with previous (before gravity was introduced) behaviour of wxSplitterWindow.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::GetSashGravity



wxSplitterWindow::SetSashPosition



void SetSashPosition(int position, const bool redraw = true)

Sets the sash position.

Parameters

position
The sash position in pixels.

redraw
If true, resizes the panes and redraws the sash and border.

Remarks

Does not currently check for an out-of-range value.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::GetSashPosition



wxSplitterWindow::SetSashSize



void SetSashSize(int size)

Sets the sash size. Normally, the sash size is determined according to the metrics of each platform, but the application can override this, for example to show a thin sash that the user is not expected to drag. If size is more -1, the custom sash size will be used.



wxSplitterWindow::SetMinimumPaneSize



void SetMinimumPaneSize(int paneSize)

Sets the minimum pane size.

Parameters

paneSize
Minimum pane size in pixels.

Remarks

The default minimum pane size is zero, which means that either pane can be reduced to zero by dragging the sash, thus removing one of the panes. To prevent this behaviour (and veto out-of-range sash dragging), set a minimum size, for example 20 pixels. If the wxSP_PERMIT_UNSPLIT style is used when a splitter window is created, the window may be unsplit even if minimum size is non-zero.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::GetMinimumPaneSize



wxSplitterWindow::SetSplitMode



void SetSplitMode(int mode)

Sets the split mode.

Parameters

mode
Can be wxSPLIT_VERTICAL or wxSPLIT_HORIZONTAL.

Remarks

Only sets the internal variable; does not update the display.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::GetSplitMode, wxSplitterWindow::SplitVertically, wxSplitterWindow::SplitHorizontally.



wxSplitterWindow::SplitHorizontally



bool SplitHorizontally(wxWindow* window1, wxWindow* window2, int sashPosition = 0)

Initializes the top and bottom panes of the splitter window. The child windows are shown if they are currently hidden.

Parameters

window1
The top pane.

window2
The bottom pane.

sashPosition
The initial position of the sash. If this value is positive, it specifies the size of the upper pane. If it is negative, it is absolute value gives the size of the lower pane. Finally, specify 0 (default) to choose the default position (half of the total window height).

Return value

true if successful, false otherwise (the window was already split).

Remarks

This should be called if you wish to initially view two panes. It can also be called at any subsequent time, but the application should check that the window is not currently split using IsSplit.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::SplitVertically, wxSplitterWindow::IsSplit, wxSplitterWindow::Unsplit



wxSplitterWindow::SplitVertically



bool SplitVertically(wxWindow* window1, wxWindow* window2, int sashPosition = 0)

Initializes the left and right panes of the splitter window. The child windows are shown if they are currently hidden.

Parameters

window1
The left pane.

window2
The right pane.

sashPosition
The initial position of the sash. If this value is positive, it specifies the size of the left pane. If it is negative, it is absolute value gives the size of the right pane. Finally, specify 0 (default) to choose the default position (half of the total window width).

Return value

true if successful, false otherwise (the window was already split).

Remarks

This should be called if you wish to initially view two panes. It can also be called at any subsequent time, but the application should check that the window is not currently split using IsSplit.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::SplitHorizontally, wxSplitterWindow::IsSplit, wxSplitterWindow::Unsplit.



wxSplitterWindow::Unsplit



bool Unsplit(wxWindow* toRemove = NULL)

Unsplits the window.

Parameters

toRemove
The pane to remove, or NULL to remove the right or bottom pane.

Return value

true if successful, false otherwise (the window was not split).

Remarks

This call will not actually delete the pane being removed; it calls OnUnsplit which can be overridden for the desired behaviour. By default, the pane being removed is hidden.

See also

wxSplitterWindow::SplitHorizontally, wxSplitterWindow::SplitVertically, wxSplitterWindow::IsSplit, wxSplitterWindow::OnUnsplit



wxSplitterWindow::UpdateSize



void UpdateSize(void)

Causes any pending sizing of the sash and child panes to take place immediately.

Such resizing normally takes place in idle time, in order to wait for layout to be completed. However, this can cause unacceptable flicker as the panes are resized after the window has been shown. To work around this, you can perform window layout (for example by sending a size event to the parent window), and then call this function, before showing the top-level window.

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