stephane.ducasse at inria.fr
Mon Sep 7 10:01:43 EDT 2009
On Sep 7, 2009, at 2:37 PM, nullPointer wrote:
>> What do you mean?
>> That you use Announcements?
> I use #triggerEvent: mechanism, but hided. I dont know of
> Announcements ;
> what is the difference?
with announcement you get an object around and not just a symbol.
For the future use announcement since it is the new standard for
> Basically the control when want launch a event (for example the
> click) call
> the message #raiseOnClick:args:
> where the first parameter is the sender of event, and the second
> is the click event.That is always works of that way in the widgets
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