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Re: Problems with GORM


From: Gregory John Casamento
Subject: Re: Problems with GORM
Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2004 17:32:56 -0800 (PST)

Fred,

This is due to a bug I introduced yesterday when I comitted NSNib.   I didn't
notice this problem during testing.

I'm going to back out the change for now.

GJC

--- Fred Kiefer <address@hidden> wrote:
> I just tested GORM and it is no longer able to display any specific 
> attribute inspector and when selecting the custom class entry from the 
> inspector it seg. faults. Some debugging showed, that the later is 
> caused by setting the string "GormCustomClassInspector" as the delegate 
> of the browser instead of an object of the class with this name. The 
> question now is, what causes this change in behaviour? After the 
> failure, that was caused by one of my previous changes I am a bit 
> worried, that this may result from the keyed coding stuff I added.
> So I went through most of the code again, but could not spot any 
> problem. Another possibility could be, that the recent NIB loading 
> changes did affect this, but this sounds even less plausible as Gregory 
> surely checks GORM first.
> 
> As it is getting late here, I will stop investigating this for today, 
> perhaps somebody else has an idea...
> 
> 
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