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    Which View for Log-output in Programm

    Hi,

    I´m searching for the perfect view class to illustrate a log on the screen of my gui application.
    It should look like a hugh text editor where a program should write log-comments at runtime.

    Optimal would be if the view would have a scroll bar also.
    At the moment I´m using the CEikEdwin class.

    Do you have any idea, which class would be more otimal for my aim???

    Regards,

    Sascha

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    Re: Which View for Log-output in Programm

    U need to work hard for that. If u want to show only text then draw some data which is fit to screen and skip else part and add scrolling logic. if u have to add other control in page then u have to develop multi datapart form.

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    Re: Which View for Log-output in Programm

    If u want to show only text then draw some data which is fit to screen
    Yes, text only would be enough. I don´t need any controls or something else in my view. Do you have an idea, which container should be used to realise that goal?

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    Re: Which View for Log-output in Programm

    If it is just logging problem why dont u use REcmt or RDebug?
    -Datha

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    Re: Which View for Log-output in Programm

    Quote Originally Posted by datha_k View Post
    If it is just logging problem why dont u use REcmt or RDebug?
    -Datha
    Thanks for Quote. Sadly the api you propose doesn´t solve my problem. I want to create something like an live log in a view for log messages from a webserver and output from a profiler. But the mentioned log must run in the same program on the mobile like my own webserver.

    -sascha

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    Re: Which View for Log-output in Programm

    This isn't really the right board to discuss this - you might have more luck on the Symbian user interface board.

    If you're working on 3rd Edition and later phones then the simplest solution is probably to use Open C - just use printf() for your log output and configure the stdio server to print to a console window (and you then have the flexibility to reconfigure it to print to a file or serial port).

    Mark

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    Re: Which View for Log-output in Programm

    Quote Originally Posted by Sorcery-ltd View Post
    This isn't really the right board to discuss this - you might have more luck on the Symbian user interface board.

    If you're working on 3rd Edition and later phones then the simplest solution is probably to use Open C - just use printf() for your log output and configure the stdio server to print to a console window (and you then have the flexibility to reconfigure it to print to a file or serial port).

    Mark
    Hi,

    thanks for your advise. I´m new in this forum and so I´m not rally familiar with it.
    I think the solution with the stdio server goes in the rigth direction - I´ll try out to implement.

    Sascha

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