[Android] ListView

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[Android] ListView

Postby Lena » Tue Jun 28, 2016 10:44 pm

In C++ Builder XE7 no problem with this code:
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void __fastcall TMainForm::ListView1UpdatingObjects(const TObject *Sender, const TListViewItem *AItem,
          bool &AHandled)
{
 TListItemText * LCaption = reinterpret_cast<TListItemText*>((const_cast<TListViewItem*>(AItem))->Objects->FindObject(sText));
 if (LCaption == NULL)
   {
      LCaption = new TListItemText((TListItem*)AItem);
      LCaption->Name = sText;
      LCaption->Align = TListItemAlign::Trailing;
      LCaption->VertAlign = TListItemAlign::Trailing;
      LCaption->PlaceOffset->X = 15;
      LCaption->PlaceOffset->Y = 12;
      LCaption->TextAlign = TTextAlign::Center;
      LCaption->Trimming = TTextTrimming::Character;
      LCaption->IsDetailText = True;
      LCaption->Width = 90;
      LCaption->Height = 45;
   }
}

//***
const System::UnicodeString sText = L"CA"; //<- in h file


TListViewItem * item = ListView1->Items->Add();
item->Text = L"Main text";
item->Detail = L"Detail text"
item->BitmapRef = Image1->Bitmap;
item->Data[sText] = TValue::From<UnicodeString>(L"The text on the right"); //<- I do not see this text in ListView

//***

Why it does not work in Berlin?
item->Data[sText] = TValue::From<UnicodeString>(L"The text on the right");
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Re: [Android] ListView

Postby rlebeau » Sun Jul 03, 2016 12:56 pm

Lena wrote:Why it does not work in Berlin?


You tell us. What is the actual problem you are having with it? Does the code compile? Or just not behave correctly at runtime? Are you taking into account that TListView was refactored in Seattle?
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Re: [Android] ListView

Postby Lena » Mon Jul 04, 2016 12:04 am

I open my old project and successfully compile in Berlin. No error.
But item->Data[sText] emty
item->Data[sText] = TValue::From<UnicodeString>(L”Test");//I do not see the word "Test" in ListView1
I try change FindObject to FindDrawable but it did not help
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//filling code
std::map<String, std::vector<String> >::iterator It = IniContent.begin();
         int i = 1;
         ListView1->BeginUpdate();
          while (It != IniContent.end())
           {
            TListViewItem * item = ListView1->Items->Add();
            item->Text = L"№" + IntToStr(i) + " " + IniContent[(*It).first][1];//OK
            item->Detail = MainForm->IniContent[(*It).first][2];//OK
            item->BitmapRef = Image1->Bitmap;//OK
            item->Data[sText] = TValue::From<UnicodeString>((*It).first);//time
            //item->Data[sText] emty in ListView1 :(
            ShowMessage((*It).first);//<-here I see string "13:00"
            It++;
            i++;
           }
         ListView1->EndUpdate();
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Re: [Android] ListView

Postby rlebeau » Mon Jul 04, 2016 1:39 am

Lena wrote:I open my old project and successfully compile in Berlin. No error.
But item->Data[sText] emty


Did you check to make sure that TValue::From() itself is returning a non-blank value to begin with?

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TValue v = TValue::From<UnicodeString>(L"The text on the right");
UnicodeString s = v.AsString(); // or v.ToString()
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Re: [Android] ListView

Postby Lena » Wed Jul 06, 2016 12:21 am

I see the text "The text on the right". But in ListView1 empty.
I stopped trying to compile my old android application in Berlin. A lot of problems.
For example turn the device 90 degrees and get segmentation fault and app crashes.
There are no such problems in C++ Builder XE7.
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