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  Embedding F-Script into Cocoa Applications
Subject:   IBLiveMode example needed story detailing scripting
Date:   2002-08-07 15:10:18
From:   psheldon
Evidentally, project builder and interface builder files aren't sufficient to let me see the story behind what makes code work.


I didn't know what object1 etc. were. I might guess that each time I enter an F-Script into the double click LiveMode I specify the next object# source. Is that so?


I couldn't see the script lines. That would have made source and destination clearer in inspector. This confuses me and hints at an emerging understanding. In the MVC model, I believe, F-Script is being used as a controller and there are view objects being associated with scripts specifying actions and outlets.


Under the hypothesis that object# is a script object, nothing goes to the script as an action. But, this jibes with my other aha, "Objects ie. nouns aren't actions ie. verbs". Somehow, being wired from an object containing a method makes a control both able to act and respond. That is surprising and constitutes, thereby, information.


I need more detailing in a column, please. I want to do livemode but right now can't. This is fundamental stuff that will be in hindsight wonderfully obvious.


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  1. IBLiveMode example needed story detailing scripting
    2002-08-09 10:08:25  pmougin [View]

    • thanks, example gave something to chew on
      2002-08-10 08:26:50  psheldon [View]

      • thanks, example gave something to chew on
        2002-08-11 04:46:37  pmougin [View]

        • thanks, I believe # is F-scripts symbol and have distilled something
          2002-08-12 22:12:01  psheldon [View]

          • Re: thanks, I believe # is F-scripts symbol and have distilled something
            2002-08-14 10:54:48  pmougin [View]

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