I'm starting what I am dubbing the "ProTools Interface". This is one single interface that is flexible and easy to work with I can use to create all my ProSonic editing tools. This is the reason I have started doing ProTools.
I love Visual Basic, but I don't know enough to get my PZF file editor working like I need it to work. So since I know more about programming in C, the idea is to still have a friendly interface to work with while sticking with cross-platform C programming.
Right now, I have a dialog box working that can be any size. It has the Green Hill Zone checkered designed. I will soon begin putting my old ProSonic text functions in so text can be written to the screen which I think will look really nice in the dialog boxes I created.
Essentially ProTools will be a library that I will be able to attach to any program I write so I have all the functionality I need without having to write everything from scratch. This will allow me to come out with editing tools a lot quicker. This will also make the rewrite of the PZF format a whole lot easier.