[Newbies] accept (s)
casey.obrien.r at gmail.com
Wed Nov 26 05:48:54 UTC 2014
I didn't really say that well. If you're modifying a method and don't observe a change in behavior, it could be that you've changed a method that's overridden in a subclass, and that subclass may be the template for the actual object that's in play.
The reason I said to look up the class hierarchy was basically to ask you to check whether or not this is a method which runs deeper than just Browser.
Does that make sense?
Anyway let me know what you run into.
> On Nov 25, 2014, at 5:30 PM, <dnorton at mindspring.com> wrote:
> An inspector for the menu item "accept (s)" reveals a selector of "#perform:orSendTo:" which is implemented in Browser.
> I want to follow the code and I put a halt in "#perform:orSendTo:" but the debugger never opened. What gives?
> - Dan
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