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Soliciting Thoughts on the new NSController

From: Alex Perez
Subject: Soliciting Thoughts on the new NSController
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2003 15:58:09 -0800 (PST)


As you may or may not be aware, Apple, as part of their 10.3 release, has 
implemented a new class, called NSController. I'm not asking that this be 
implemented in GNUstep. I'm just looking for people's comments on it, 
from the GNUstep point of view. For a brief synopsis of NSController, see 
http://www.livejournal.com/users/chanson/67915.html . Aaron Hillegas has 
criticized Apple's implementation of it rather strongly, see 
http://lists.apple.com/mhonarc/cocoa-dev/msg10603.html (archives/archives) 
for this post.

What do you, as programmers of GNUstep itself, and as programmers who use 
GNUstep, think of the following:
A: The idea of NSController itself, apart from Apple's implementation
B: Apple's Implementation. Specifically, what are your criticisms?
C: Is NSController in sync with what *you* feel is the "NeXT way"?

Personally, I'm just really interested in what others' opinions on this 
new feature of Cocoa are.

*dons an asbestos suit*...spectators can get hurt too, you know. :)

Alex Perez

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