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bool InitializeFramework(HWND hWnd) { // Instantiate the Ribbon framework object. HRESULT hr = CoCreateInstance(CLSID_UIRibbonFramework, NULL, CLSCTX_INPROC_SERVER, IID_PPV_ARGS(&g_pFramework)); if (FAILED(hr)) { _cwprintf(L"CoCreateInstance on CLSID_UIRibbonFramework failed with" L"hr=0x%X\r\n", hr); return false; } // Create our application object (IUIApplication), and initialize the // framework, passing the application object and the host HWND. CComObject<CApplication> *pApplication = NULL; CComObject<CApplication>::CreateInstance(&pApplication); hr = pApplication->QueryInterface(&g_pApplication); if (FAILED(hr)) { _cwprintf(L"IUIFramework::QueryInterface failed with hr=0x%X\r\n", hr); return false; } hr = g_pFramework->Initialize(hWnd, g_pApplication); if (FAILED(hr)) { _cwprintf(L"IUIFramework::Initialize failed with hr=0x%X\r\n", hr); return false; } // // hr if { Load the binary markup. This will initiate callbacks to the IUIApplication object that was provided to the framework, allowing binding of command handlers = g_pFramework->LoadUI(GetModuleHandle(NULL), L"APPLICATION_RIBBON"); (FAILED(hr)) _cwprintf(L"IUIFramework::LoadUI failed with hr=0x%X\r\n", hr); return false; } _cwprintf(L"Ribbon has been loaded successfully.\r\n"); return true; } // // FUNCTION: DestroyFramework() // // PURPOSE: Tears down the Ribbon framework. // // void DestroyFramework() { if (g_pFramework != NULL) { HRESULT hr = g_pFramework->Destroy();
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g_pFramework->Release(); g_pFramework = NULL; if (FAILED(hr)) { _cwprintf(L"IUIFramework::Destroy() failed with hr=0x%X\r\n", hr); } } if (g_pApplication != NULL) { g_pApplication->Release(); g_pApplication = NULL; } _cwprintf(L"Ribbon has been torn down successfully.\r\n"); } // // FUNCTION: OnCreateUICommand(UINT, UI_COMMANDTYPE, IUICommandHandler) // // PURPOSE: Called by the Ribbon framework for each command specified in markup, // to allow the host application to bind a command handler to that // command. // STDMETHODIMP CApplication::OnCreateUICommand( UINT nCmdID, __in UI_COMMANDTYPE typeID, __deref_out IUICommandHandler** ppCommandHandler) { return E_NOTIMPL; } // // FUNCTION: OnViewChanged(UINT, UI_VIEWTYPE, IUnknown*, UI_VIEWVERB, INT) // // PURPOSE: Called when the state of a View (Ribbon is a view) changes; // for example, when it is created, destroyed, or resized. // STDMETHODIMP CApplication::OnViewChanged( UINT viewId, __in UI_VIEWTYPE typeId, __in IUnknown* pView, UI_VIEWVERB verb, INT uReasonCode) { return E_NOTIMPL; }
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FUNCTION: OnDestroyUICommand(UINT, UI_COMMANDTYPE, IUICommandHandler*) PURPOSE: Called by the Ribbon framework for each command at the time of ribbon destruction.
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// STDMETHODIMP CApplication::OnDestroyUICommand( UINT32 nCmdID, __in UI_COMMANDTYPE typeID, __in_opt IUICommandHandler* commandHandler) { return E_NOTIMPL; }
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For this application to successfully load the Ribbon, you need to complete a few more steps. First, add the following lines at the beginning of the _tWinMain function:
// Win32 application can have console window for logging messages. AllocConsole(); //For debugging messages //Initialize COM HRESULT hr = CoInitialize(NULL); if (FAILED(hr)) { _cwprintf(L"CoInitialize failed with hr=0x%X\r\n", hr); return FALSE; }
When the application exits, for the sake of cleanup, add the following code just after the closing curly brace of the messages loop:
CoUninitialize(); // Sleep for a second before dismissing the console window. Sleep(1000); FreeConsole();
The last step is to initiate the Ribbon in the WM_CREATE message of the main window. Add the following code to the switch statement of the WndProc function:
bool initSuccess; switch (message) { case WM_CREATE: // Initializes the Ribbon framework. initSuccess = InitializeFramework(hWnd); if (!initSuccess) { return -1; } break;
Of course, you have to add the Ribbon.xml file from the previous chapter as well as set the custom build to create the Ribbon resource and header file:
< xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <Application xmlns='http://schemas.microsoft.com/windows/2009/Ribbon'>
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<Application.Views> <Ribbon> </Ribbon> </Application.Views> </Application>
That s it! You are done. Compile and run the application. You can change the XML file to any of the Ribbon markup from the previous chapter and get the same result as when you used the RibbonExplorer tool.
Initialization Phase
You start by creating the Ribbon framework COM object and using its class ID definition: CLSID_UIRibbonFramework. Next you create the application object that, from the Ribbon framework point of view, has to implement the IUIApplication interface. You also set the two global interface pointers to point to these two instances for further use from your code. At this point, you must provide three important pieces of information to the Ribbon framework: the application object that will interact with the Ribbon framework, the handle to the Window that will own the Ribbon, and the resource that contains the Ribbon data. The first method of IUIFramework is Initialize. The method takes the Application object pointer and the main window handle. The second method is LoadUI. The method takes the handle to the module
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