Am 05.04.2012 um 18:32 schrieb Kyle Sluder <email@hidden>:
> 2. The first argument to @selector(). Necessary because selectors can exist outside of any namespace. Possibly the most difficult pattern to understand, but hopefully not frequently used—in most cases either a namespace is provided or the argument is omitted.
> 3. Using a @namespace() tag inside a message send. Ugly, but the least ugly and least misleading solution I could find for an operation that should be even rarer than creating a non-namespaced selector.
What about namespace.selector?
[obj some.namespace.fooWithBar: bar];
[obj performSelector: @selector(some.namespace.fooWithBar:)];
Then it would at least be consistent ;).
(vom iPad gesendet)
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