[Magritte] Complex Models
renggli at gmail.com
Wed Jan 4 07:27:06 MET 2012
As John writes, create custom Morph classes and set them using
#morphClass:. MATextMorph is a nice default if there is nothing
better, because all descriptions have a way to convert their model to
a string. Compared to Magritte-Seaside there are a lot of views in
Magritte-Morph missing, simply because Magritte-Morph never saw the
use of Magritte-Seaside.
On 4 January 2012 02:55, Sean P. DeNigris <sean at clipperadams.com> wrote:
> Exploring around, I found that MAToOneRelationDescription inherits
> class>>#defaultMorphClasses from MAElementDescription, which returns an
> MATextMorph, so I thought about subclassing my own description or setting
> the default morph class property, but it seems that by the time the
> description is looking for a morph class, it may be too late, no? What I
> really want is to recursively embed the full editor for the related Author
> class in the form for the Book, but I'm not sure exactly where to hook in.
> #acceptMagritte: seemed like an obvious place, but everything seems already
> figured out by the time it's called - although maybe that's due to caching?
> Can caching be turned off to more easily see what's going on?
> Lukas, in one of the posts, you mentioned that you had some ideas on how to
> fix this. I'd like to have a conversation about that.
> Also, for the time being, I'd just like to know where I should hook in to
> manually display an editor for the author object. I also want to add
> auto-complete to some fields...
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