I'm currently looking to port our legacy Win16 SDK MDI app to Win32
using MFC 3.x under VC++ 2.2. I understand that MFC 2.x support
something called Doc/View concept. It seems that i have two choices
under MFC in writing MDI app. I can either use the AFX support for
MDI or go with AFX support for document & views. However, it seems
that the AppWizard will only generate Doc/View MDI app.
Could someone explain simply what Doc/View model will do for you that
straight MFC MDI can't? My application is a Window based de*
program with multiple child windows. For instance, i would have the
source window, register window, disassembled window, watch window,
stack window, and data dump window. It seems Doc/View model is only
good if user is allowed to make direct editing on each of the child
window, print directly from it, and save. However, this de*
program doesn't allow those. Any change to each child window pops up
a change dialog which then the window content changes.
Well, i would appreciate any feedback since i need to choose the MDI
development path pretty quick. Thanks again.