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GSSelectorFromName (follow-up)

From: Sébastien Pierre
Subject: GSSelectorFromName (follow-up)
Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2005 12:02:59 +0100

It's me again,

I dug a little bit in gnustep-base and found that `GSSelectorFromName` only returns a selector if the selector *exists*, and this directly cals sel_get_any_uid which is aliased as sel_getUid.

So, how can I create a reference for a selector that does not exist ?

The problem is that I use undeclared selectors in dynamic method invocation for methods bound at runtime, so before runtime, there is no "foo" selector defined. The workaround I found is the following:

1/ Declare somewhere in my code the selectors that are used in my dynamic code (using @selector(foo)) 2/ Later, when I call sel_getUid("foo"), the call returns me the selector instead of nil

but this is not dynamicity anymore :/

 -- Sébastien

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