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Cut operation with COleDataSource/COleDataObject

Cut operation with COleDataSource/COleDataObject

Cut operation with COleDataSource/COleDataObject

(OP)
I try to make copy-cut-paste operations on files through an own designed file explorer with drag'n'drop compatible with the file explorer of Windows. For the copy, it work fine by simply using again the source code written for drag'n'drop which create a COleDataSource. I only had to add :

pSource->SetClipboard();

Where pSource is a pointer to the COleDataSource.

For paste, it works only "a half". In fact, I paste the files but if the user previously make a cut operation in the windows explorer, the file are copy but not moved. Pasting method is the same as dropping with the control key pressed.

For cut, well, I don't know how to say "this is a cut operation, not a copy", so I make the same as for the copy...

My problem is that for the drag'n'drop operation, we know if we should make a copy or a paste looking to the keys which are pressed (control and shift). But for cut and paste, I suppose there is a field of the Ole object which indicate what operation to do but I can't find it.


Somebody can help me ?

Thanks,

David.

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