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SDL and Apple Shortcuts - mvaughn - Jan 10, 2012 08:44 PM
Does anyone know how to hide(Cmd-H) an SDL program? And is there a way to do this without using Objective-C? Can I add some code to SDLMain.m that will do this for me.
RE: SDL and Apple Shortcuts - OneSadCookie - Jan 10, 2012 09:53 PM
if you add to SDLMain.m
and then when you detect a command-H,
that should work without requiring ObjC to appear in your own code.
RE: SDL and Apple Shortcuts - mvaughn - Jan 11, 2012 08:32 PM
Thanks for helping me out with this one, but I get an error with the code.
Undefined symbols for architecture x86_64:
It is an Apple Mach-O Linker (id) Error with HideMySDLApp()
RE: SDL and Apple Shortcuts - OneSadCookie - Jan 11, 2012 09:42 PM
If you're writing C++ you need to redeclare it
RE: SDL and Apple Shortcuts - mvaughn - Jan 11, 2012 09:50 PM
A little confused. Where do I put this line of code? I tried replacing the previous line of code that had extern in it and that did not work.
RE: SDL and Apple Shortcuts - mvaughn - Jan 12, 2012 08:36 AM
Ok, I figured it out. extern "C" void HideMySDLApp(void); must be outside of the function.
RE: SDL and Apple Shortcuts - Zorg - Jan 12, 2012 04:52 PM
That's not a great solution and it doesn't fix command-Q, command-W, command-M, etc.
I found this solution on a mailing list a while ago, which is what I've been using:
In "@implementation SDLApplication", add the method:
And in the applicationDidFinishLaunching: method in SDLMain's implementation, add a function call setenv("SDL_ENABLEAPPEVENTS", "1", 1) before SDL_main(...) function is called.