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Mon, 18 Sep 2006 10:36:17 +0200
Am 17.09.2006 um 21:45 schrieb Fred Kiefer:
We first need to decide if it is ok to add these classes to GNUstep
Then somebody with understanding of key value binding needs to add the
Having done a few small apps using Bindings, I'm not sure why Apple
made a distinction between Bindings and traditional NIB connections.
Even if traditional connections are used one-way usually, the design
would allow to use them two-way.
Both, Bindings and traditional connections, allow/use key-value-coding.
As far as I can see, NSController and buddies are a great thing, but
could be done with connections as well. This would trim one
technology a newbie has to learn, an oldbie has to remember and would
reduce the clutter in the NIB/GUI builder.
Am I missing a point here?
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Dipl. Ing. Markus Hitter
- NSController design,
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