[Openmcl-devel] Window ownership, association and other subtleties
didier at lrde.epita.fr
Sun Feb 3 13:41:21 PST 2008
I have a custom window-controller initialized as follows, from a method
in the application delegate:
(objc:defmethod (#/browser: :void) ((self app-delegate) sender)
(let ((mwc (or (main-window-controller self)
(setf (main-window-controller self)
and later, (#/showWindow mwc).
For some reason, anyplace I try (#/window mwc), I get a null foreign
pointer. On the other hand, my window controller does receive
notifications such as the following prints a non null pointer:
(objc:defmethod (#/windowShouldClose: :<BOOL>)
((self main-window-controller) window)
There seem to be some subtleties in the Apple's doc about window
controllers. For instance, #/window is documented as returning the
window "owned" by the receiver whereas #/showWindow is said to display
the window "associated" with the receiver. This makes me worried... :-)
So how do I make #/window actually return something ?
Resistance is futile. You will be jazzimilated.
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