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DefineFontName

Tag Info
Tag Number: 
88
Tag Type: 
Define
Tag Flash Version: 
9
Brief Description: 

Define the legal font name and copyright.

Tag Structure: 
struct swf_definefontname {
	swf_tag			f_tag;		/* 88 */
	unsigned short		f_font_name_id_ref;
	string			f_font_name_display_name;
	string			f_font_name_copyright;
};

A DefineFontName tag is used to complement the definition of a DefineFont tag. It uses the exact same id (f_font_name_id_ref = f_font_id). You must have the corresponding font definition appearing before the DefineFontName since it needs to be attached to the DefineFont tag.

The f_font_name_display_name is the legal name of a font. This name cannot be used to load a corresponding system font.

DefineSound

Tag Info
Tag Number: 
14
Tag Type: 
Define
Tag Flash Version: 
2
Brief Description: 

Declare a sound effect. This tag defines sound samples that can later be played back using either a StartSound or a DefineButtonSound. Note that the same DefineSound block can actually include multiple sound files and only part of the entire sound can be played back as required.

Tag Structure: 
struct swf_definesound {
	swf_tag			f_tag;		/* 14 */
	unsigned short		f_sound_id;
	unsigned		f_sound_format : 4;
	unsigned		f_sound_rate : 2;
	unsigned		f_sound_is_16bits : 1;
	unsigned		f_sound_is_stereo : 1;
	unsigned long		f_sound_samples_count;
	unsigned char		f_sound_data[<variable size>];
};

A DefineSound tag declares a set of samples of a sound effect or a music.

The sound samples can be compressed or not, stereo or not and 8 or 16 bits. The different modes are not all available in version 2, although the same tag is used in newer versions with additional capabilities.

The f_sound_is_16bits is always set to 1 (16bits samples) if the samples are compressed (neither Raw nor Uncompressed).

The entire SSWF project license

The following license covers the entire SSWF project.

Copyright (c) 2002-2009 Made to Order Software Corp.

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Adobe Flash Animation by Made to Order Software

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 SSWF Support 
Using our robust open-source C++ library and scripting language, ScriptSWF (SSWF), you can create Adobe Flash animations on the fly.

Since it's initial release in 2002, SSWF has been extremely popular. Despite never being advertised, it has been downloaded more than 77,250 times just on SourceForge.net, has been converted to work on several Unix platforms not initially ...

odbcpp, a simple C++ library to access ODBC

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Representation of an ODBC Database

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odbcpp is a strong C++ wrapper for ODBC.

 

The ODBC library is an interesting concept created by Microsoft in 1988. It is a library that wraps the implementation details of database managers inside drivers. And these drivers are accessible from the library.

One of the main problem with accessing any database system, is the large number of possible failures. Handling those ...

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Commercial license for odbcpp

In June 2008, Made to Order Software created a new software library called odbcpp. This library is an Open Source C++ wrapper of the Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) library started by Microsoft in 1988.

ODBC hides the details of back-end database systems. In other words, if you support ODBC, you can effortlessly connect to a very large number of database systems such as MS-SQL, Access, Oracle, MySQL and PostgreSQL.

odbcpp is an extension for C++ programmers. It is easy to use and it is a great solution to avoid many bugs as it will automatically handle all the possible ODBC errors for ...

The odbcpp library is now available!

Made to Order Software now uses the ODBC library with its modb library (which is part of our molib product.) Unfortunately, it is not only written in C, it generates many errors. Actually, every single function has the potential of returning an error. For this reason, using the C interface is simply not a safe option.

For this reason, Alexis Wilke, our CEO, wrote an C++ wrapper called odbcpp. It encapsulates all the necessary ODBC calls to access any ODBC compatible database.

The odbcpp library ensures the proper management of all the resources for you. It allocates and frees the handles as ...