[Seaside] Re: using CSS for default Magritte-Editors
diego.lont at delware.nl
Fri Mar 15 09:08:51 UTC 2013
The accessor actually calls the "asAccessor". So If you want to know how it really works, look up the implementors of asAccessor. But yes, I think just using a symbol for a "standard" accessor, makes it much more readable.
On Mar 15, 2013, at 9:56 AM, Stefan Krecher wrote:
> Hi Stephan,
> 2013/3/14 Stephan Eggermont <stephan at stack.nl>:
>> In Magritte there are many ways to achieve this, depending on where you want
>> the responsibility to be. You could override the componentClass and override
>> the edit:. At a certain point you might want a custom form renderer.
> i wasn't aware of this possibility - setting componentClass and
> overwriting edit: works perfect for me!
>> Any specific reason you're not using the shorthand
>> classes: #(HistorieArbeitsbereiche);
>> accessor: #historieArbeitsbereiche;
> i copy-pasted from another example - does the accessor really work
> this way? It is a one-to-many-relationship, where elements are added
> to a collection.
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