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[bugs #9789] - cellFrameForText... in NSTextAttachmentCell is called rec


From: Alexander Malmberg
Subject: [bugs #9789] - cellFrameForText... in NSTextAttachmentCell is called recursively
Date: Sat, 04 Sep 2004 17:52:04 -0400
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/**************************************************************************/
[bugs #9789] Latest Modifications:

Changes by: 
                Alexander Malmberg <address@hidden>
'Date: 
                Sat 09/04/04 at 21:46 (Europe/Stockholm)

            What     | Removed                   | Added
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Resolution | None                      | Invalid
         Assigned to | None                      | alexm
              Status | Open                      | Closed


------------------ Additional Follow-up Comments ----------------------------
-gui is correct here. The rectangle returned from 
-cellFrameForTextContainer:... is relative to the current position, and this 
will be on the baseline, which implies that it's above the bottom of the line 
frag. To get a cell that is as tall as the line frag, you need to place its 
origin at the bottom of the line frag. In the example, you want:

return NSMakeRect(0, -p.y, lf.size.width-10, lf.size.height); 

Unfortunately, there used to be a bug that would cause an incorrect current 
position to be passed, but this is fixed in cvs 2004-09-04. I've also clarified 
the NSTextAttachmentCell documentation about this.






/**************************************************************************/
[bugs #9789] Full Item Snapshot:

URL: <http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?func=detailitem&item_id=9789>
Project: GNUstep
Submitted by: Yen-Ju Chen
On: Tue 07/27/04 at 15:43

Category:  Gui/AppKit
Severity:  5 - Average
Item Group:  Bug
Resolution:  Invalid
Privacy:  Public
Assigned to:  alexm
Status:  Closed


Summary:  - cellFrameForText... in NSTextAttachmentCell is called recursively

Original Submission:  If a subclass of NSTextAttachmentCell returns
-cellFrameForTextContainer:proposedLineFragment:glyphPosition:characterIndex:
with a height of NSRect which is exactly the same as the height of the 
proposedLineFragment,
this method will be called recursively and the height of proposedLineFragment 
keep increasing.

An example looks like this:

- (NSRect) cellFrameForTextContainer: (NSTextContainer *)c
                proposedLineFragment: (NSRect) lf
                glyphPosition: (NSPoint) p
                characterIndex: (unsigned int) ci
{
  return NSMakeRect(0, 0, lf.size.width-10, lf.size.height);
}

It can be verified in HelpViewer.app by changing the return NSRect in HRCell.m

Follow-up Comments
------------------


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Date: Sat 09/04/04 at 21:46         By: Alexander Malmberg <alexm>
-gui is correct here. The rectangle returned from 
-cellFrameForTextContainer:... is relative to the current position, and this 
will be on the baseline, which implies that it's above the bottom of the line 
frag. To get a cell that is as tall as the line frag, you need to place its 
origin at the bottom of the line frag. In the example, you want:

return NSMakeRect(0, -p.y, lf.size.width-10, lf.size.height); 

Unfortunately, there used to be a bug that would cause an incorrect current 
position to be passed, but this is fixed in cvs 2004-09-04. I've also clarified 
the NSTextAttachmentCell documentation about this.

-------------------------------------------------------
Date: Tue 07/27/04 at 15:46         By: Yen-Ju Chen <yjchen>
I should say this method is called "repeatly" not "recursively".












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