I'm trying to allow end users bring up the mini-html editor in at run time but trying to translate between the pascal code example here on the site and c++ isn't working well for me.
I plan on using it with TAdvSmoothPanel if that makes a difference for which file to include. I'm currently including htmlprop.hpp.
Does anyone have an example of using the mini html editor at run time in C++?
I should include the code for what I have been trying.
Thtmleditor *edit = new Thtmleditor(); //Doesn't work. I cannot seem to create an instance.
Error Message: [C++ Error] message_center_form.cpp(84): E2285 Could not find a match for 'Thtmleditor::Thtmleditor()'
Doing this compiles and autocomplete shows the components properties:
However creates an access violation at runtime when called.
Any ideas on what I am doing wrong here?
C++ is case sensitive. The name of the class is:
Thank you for the response. The spelling and case you posted is what I tried to use first but I got messages stating that a type name was expected.
I checked htmlprop.hpp and found under declarations:
class DELPHICLASS Thtmleditor;
class PASCALIMPLEMENTATION Thtmleditor : public Forms::TForm
Should I be looking for a different file?