The EngCreateWnd function creates a WNDOBJ structure for the window referenced by hwnd.
WNDOBJ* EngCreateWnd( SURFOBJ *pso, HWND hwnd, WNDOBJCHANGEPROC pfn, FLONG fl, int iPixelFormat );
Pointer to a SURFOBJ structure identifying a device surface.
Handle to the window created by an application's call to the Win32 CreateWindow or equivalent function.
- Pointer to a driver-defined WNDOBJCHANGEPROC callback that GDI calls to notify the driver of changes to the window identified by hwnd. In the context of this function, the WNDOBJ values will be unchanged.
Is a bitmask that specifies the type of changes GDI should track and report to the driver. This value must be consistent through all WNDOBJ requests made by the driver. This parameter can be one or more of the following bitfield values:
GDI should provide the driver with WOC_DRAWN notifications.
GDI should track changes in the client region of the window object, and notify the driver when the window's visible client region changes. The region enumerated in the callback function is the new visible client area of the window.
GDI should track changes in the delta client region of the window object, and notify the driver when the window's visible region changes. The region enumerated in the callback function is a nonempty delta area that is in the new region but not in the old region. The delta region is valid during the callback only.
GDI creates a WNDOBJ structure with desktop coordinates when the system is running multiple monitors.
GDI ignores this flag and creates a WNDOBJ structure with device coordinates when the system is running a single monitor.
GDI should track changes in the surface region of the window object, and notify the driver when the surface region changes. The surface region is the display surface area excluding all visible client regions of the windows being tracked by the driver.
GDI should track changes in the delta surface region of the window object, and notify the driver when the surface region changes. The region enumerated in the callback function is a nonempty delta area that is in the new surface region but not in the old surface region. The delta surface region is valid during the callback only.
GDI should notify the driver for all windows it tracks when any of its windows' visible regions change. This flag must be used in conjunction with the WO_RGN_CLIENT flag.
GDI should track changes in the entire region of the window object (which includes the client region of the window), and notify the driver when the window's region changes.
GDI should notify the driver for all windows it tracks when any of its windows' visible regions are overlapped or no longer overlapped by sprites.
Specifies the pixel format associated with the window object. The pixel format of a window object is fixed. This parameter can be zero if there is no associated pixel format.
The return value is a pointer to a WNDOBJ structure if the function is successful. Otherwise, the return value is −1 if the same window is being tracked by the driver, or zero if the driver is not tracking the same window.
Because creating a window object involves locking window resources, EngCreateWnd should be called only in the context of the WNDOBJ_SETUP escape in DrvEscape.
EngCreateWnd supports window tracking by multiple drivers, where each driver is identified by a unique WNDOBJCHANGEPROC function pointer identified by pfn. For example, a live video driver can track changes to live video windows while an OpenGL driver is tracking changes to OpenGL windows.
GDI will call WNDOBJCHANGEPROC with the most recent window state if a new WNDOBJ is created by DrvEscape. GDI will also notify WNDOBJCHANGEPROC when a window described by a WNDOBJ structure is destroyed.
The WOC_SPRITE_OVERLAP and WOC_SPRITE_NO_OVERLAP notifications passed to WNDOBJCHANGEPROC allow the driver to be synchronously informed when a sprite is on top of its window, and take the appropriate action. The driver receives these notifications even if all sprites have been torn down by the ECS_TEARDOWN flag of EngControlSprites.
|Available in Windows 2000 and later versions of the Windows operating systems.|