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After many months, I'm back programming Cocoa, with a project that can target Tiger only. My previous projects required 10.2 support, so I never had the chance to use bindings or CoreData. I'd like to fix that now :) The first part of my project revolves around building a (simple) GUI front end with a list of checkboxes, some with disclosure triangles (that disclose lists of checkboxes), some without. The title, state, and hierarchy is defined via a C struct (linked-list) that I get back from a library call. >From my initial investigation, it appears that NSOutlineView was the object to start wtih, and NSTreeController being the way to handle bindings and hierarchies. I wasn't clear if CoreData would make sense to use. Do bindings make my life easier with my above requirements? Would CoreData? Thanks for any advise--I'm "swimming" in all the documentation so it's still hard for me to make informed decisions? Thanks! Mark _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. Cocoa-dev mailing list (email@hidden) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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