[Seaside] about getting all the brush and their interface
stephane.ducasse at free.fr
Thu Mar 8 19:55:18 UTC 2007
I'm doing something like that.
I hope to have something for comments in the future... this is tedious.
And you will be able to comment :)
> Sure. In general look at all the senders of #brush: and what instances
> they create (plus #text:). For each such selector there is an second
> one that takes one argument, a renderable object (something that
> implements #renderOn:, a block, a component, a string, ...). For the
> brush classes you need to exclude certain selectors like #tag and
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