dante19031999 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 5 12:49:05 UTC 2021
Gonna start looking at it.
El vie, 5 mar 2021 a las 13:17, Caolán McNamara (<caolanm at redhat.com>)
> On Fri, 2021-03-05 at 12:17 +0100, Dante Doménech wrote:
> > Hello.
> > I'm trying to find a piece of code.
> > When you run ./instdir/program/soffice --math for opening the math
> > module there must be a point in which you initialize everything
> > (smviewshell, smdochell, smeditwindow, smelementsdockingwindow, ...).
> > The question is where can I find that code?
> You can launch in a debugger and set breakpoints in their ctor to see
> when they are created. SmModule::SmModule should be the first thing
> called, but just once, so its possible that SmModule is useful to you.
> On a typical startup then a SmDocShell is created, followed by
> SmViewShell, SmEditWindow (which itself owns another embedded
> SmDocShell) and SmElementsDockingWindow.
> SmCmdBoxWrapper (which owns the SmEditWindow) and
> SmElementsDockingWindow are registered to be created for SmViewShell at
> So the launching code somewhere in sfx will create a SmDocShell and
> then create a SmViewShell to put it into to and create all those
> registered childwindows for the SmViewShell
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