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NSController design

From: Markus Hitter
Subject: NSController design
Date: 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 gui.
Then somebody with understanding of key value binding needs to add the
actual code.

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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