[Seaside] why cant you call #renderOn: on a child component

Boris Popov boris at deepcovelabs.com
Tue Aug 14 15:44:25 UTC 2007

If you look at the implementation of #render: you'll notice it does a
few extra things to set things up. That should provide the best answers
for ya,



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> Subject: [Seaside] why cant you call #renderOn: on a child component
> hey i dont know if this has been answered before but i cant find the
> answer.
> why shouldnt you call #renderOn: on a child component, from the parent
> component's renderOn method. what is the reason ?
> why is is recommended to use html render: childComponent, to render a
> child
> component
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