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17
18/*
19 * $Id: Win32MsgLoader.hpp 570552 2007-08-28 19:57:36Z amassari $
20 */
21
22#if !defined(XERCESC_INCLUDE_GUARD_WIN32MSGLOADER_HPP)
23#define XERCESC_INCLUDE_GUARD_WIN32MSGLOADER_HPP
24
25#include <windows.h>
26#include <xercesc/util/XercesDefs.hpp>
27#include <xercesc/util/XMLMsgLoader.hpp>
28
29XERCES_CPP_NAMESPACE_BEGIN
30
31//
32//  This is a simple in Win32 RC message loader implementation.
33//
34class XMLUTIL_EXPORT Win32MsgLoader : public XMLMsgLoader
35{
36public :
37    // -----------------------------------------------------------------------
38    //  Public Constructors and Destructor
39    // -----------------------------------------------------------------------
40    Win32MsgLoader(const XMLCh* const msgDomain);
41    ~Win32MsgLoader();
42
43
44    // -----------------------------------------------------------------------
45    //  Implementation of the virtual message loader API
46    // -----------------------------------------------------------------------
47    virtual bool loadMsg
48    (
49        const   XMLMsgLoader::XMLMsgId  msgToLoad
50        ,       XMLCh* const            toFill
51        , const XMLSize_t               maxChars
52    );
53
54    virtual bool loadMsg
55    (
56        const   XMLMsgLoader::XMLMsgId  msgToLoad
57        ,       XMLCh* const            toFill
58        , const XMLSize_t               maxChars
59        , const XMLCh* const            repText1
60        , const XMLCh* const            repText2 = 0
61        , const XMLCh* const            repText3 = 0
62        , const XMLCh* const            repText4 = 0
63        , MemoryManager* const          manger   = XMLPlatformUtils::fgMemoryManager
64    );
65
66    virtual bool loadMsg
67    (
68        const   XMLMsgLoader::XMLMsgId  msgToLoad
69        ,       XMLCh* const            toFill
70        , const XMLSize_t               maxChars
71        , const char* const             repText1
72        , const char* const             repText2 = 0
73        , const char* const             repText3 = 0
74        , const char* const             repText4 = 0
75        , MemoryManager* const          manager  = XMLPlatformUtils::fgMemoryManager
76    );
77
78
79private :
80    // -----------------------------------------------------------------------
81    //  Unimplemented constructors and operators
82    // -----------------------------------------------------------------------
83    Win32MsgLoader();
84    Win32MsgLoader(const Win32MsgLoader&);
85    Win32MsgLoader& operator=(const Win32MsgLoader&);
86
87
88    // -----------------------------------------------------------------------
89    //  Private data members
90    //
91    //  fDomainOfs
92    //      This is the id offset for the current domain. Its used to bias
93    //      the zero based id of each domain, since they are stored in the
94    //      same file and have to have unique ids internally. This is set
95    //      in the ctor from the domain name. We just have to agree with
96    //      what our formatter in the NLSXlat program does.
97    //
98    //  fModHandle
99    //      This is our DLL module handle that we need in order to load
100    //      resource messages. This is set during construction.
101    //
102    //  fMsgDomain
103    //      This is the name of the error domain that this loader is for.
104    // -----------------------------------------------------------------------
105    unsigned int    fDomainOfs;
106    HINSTANCE       fModHandle;
107    XMLCh*          fMsgDomain;
108};
109
110XERCES_CPP_NAMESPACE_END
111
112#endif
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