on 5/20/06 11:02 AM, email@hidden purportedly said:
> Now thanks to the debugger I know that arrayForTable behaves correctly,
> but the table
> view does not display the changes.
> I tried to put a breakpoint on the crucial line
> [tableView reloadData];
> but unfortunately the debugger won't ``step into" that instruction, so I'm
I think that the debugger may not step into the call if your tableView is
nil. The way to know is use NSLog() to output assertions, e.g.:
if( tableView == nil ) NSLog( @"tableView is nil" );
It may also depend on where you are making the call.
Another test is to "trick" the tableview into reloading itself, by scrolling
up/down/left/right (if there are enough rows/columns) or resizing the
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