COPYING
author Ozkan Sezer <sezeroz@gmail.com>
Fri, 22 Jun 2018 21:03:40 +0300
branchSDL-1.2
changeset 12026 67f391c74aee
parent 1298 e1b8e1b97b67
child 5535 96594ac5fd1a
permissions -rw-r--r--
SDLMain.m: replace CPS* stuff with activateIgnoringOtherApps (bug #4114)

CPS stuff are deprecated and emit warnings at runtime, e.g.:

warning: CPSGetCurrentProcess(): This call is deprecated and should not be called anymore
warning: CPSSetForegroundOperationState() (as above)
warning: capture_display; Captured mirror master 0x350000c1 (unit 1) on behalf of slave 0x042716c0 (unit 0)

http://lists.libsdl.org/pipermail/sdl-libsdl.org/2006-April/055749.html
suggests doing something like:

ProcessSerialNumber psn = { 0, kCurrentProcess};
TransformProcessType (&psn, kProcessTransformToForegroundApplication);
SetFrontProcess (&psn);

And SetFrontProcess() is deprecated in 10.9. Processes.h suggests
[[NSApplication sharedApplication] activateIgnoringOtherApps: YES]
to make one's own application frontmost.
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