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Re: XML idea


From: Fabien VALLON
Subject: Re: XML idea
Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2004 13:50:46 +0100
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Fred Kiefer (address@hidden) a écrit:
> Fabien VALLON wrote:
> >It would be nice if the PortabilityKit team finished some of the classes
> >that are semi-portable between GNUstep and Cocoa (such as the
> >NSDocument architecture, for example). 
> >Do the PortabilityKit team plan to submit fixes for classes already in
> >GNUstep?
> >
> 
> Could you please explain a bit on this? A big junk of the document 
> structure is already in GNUsteo GUI and has been usefull for years. At 
> least to the degree which Ink needed. The new bits that are missing, 
> should be added inplace. This is also a good example to see, that some 
> Cocoa extensions cannot be done in a separate library. For example, 
> changes in NSApplication where needed to support document handling.


There are still some troubles with NSDocumentController/NSDocument (I will work
on it this week) :

currentDirectory: seem not  "returns the directory of the most
recently opened document".

NSDocument: accessoryView is not implemented.
canCloseDocument: 
fileNameFromRunningSavePanelForSaveOperation:
runModalSavePanel:withAccessoryView:
shouldCloseWindowController:  are depreceate 

and 

saveDocumentWithDelegate: didSaveSelector: contextInfo: 
saveToFile: saveOperation: delegate: didSaveSelector: contextInfo: 
runModalSavePanelForSaveOperation: delegate: didSaveSelector: contextInfo: 

are not implement
saveDocumentAs: saveDocumentTo: seems to not do what is write into the 
documentation

I'm looking at this "bugs" this afternoon.
We can talk about it privatly or on the #gnustep channel

Fabien
          
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Ingénieur Informatique Libre  - Alcôve -  http://www.alcove.com

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