[Seaside] Re: A general guide for method categories/protocols?

Tobias Pape Das.Linux at gmx.de
Mon May 27 20:26:17 UTC 2013

Am 27.05.2013 um 18:37 schrieb intrader <intrader at aol.com>:

> Tobias Pape <Das.Linux <at> gmx.de> writes:
>> ...
>>> PS:  For those methods that deal with rendering, I've created a category
>>> called "rendering".
>> Yup, sounds good.
>> Best
>> 	-Tobias
> Tobias and Bahman, if I may interject, when you enter a new method without
> choosing a protocol beforehand, you will see in the protocol pane, 'as yet
> unclassified'. If the method is an accessor or initialize, depending on the
> browser you use, it may offer to categorize it automatically as 'rendering'
> or 'initialize'

If it is an accessor, it should rather be classified as "accessing".
You are right, when you first create a method (_without_ having a
protocol selected beforehand), it will not be classified (-> 
'as yet unclassified') as Smalltalk cannot know how you want it to 
be classified.


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