On Apr 12, 2012, at 7:36 AM, glenn andreas <email@hidden> wrote:
> So how are nibs going to be able to use this?
> Perhaps the class Foo in namespace Bar is really just named "Bar_Foo" so that it can be typed into the nib's object class inspector?
IB already know the classes of your objects, so once it's namespace-aware it can hook up to the appropriate namespace. In the meantime, it encodes legacy (non-namespaced) selectors, so everything should Just Work (at the expense of slightly slower dispatch).
Prefixing selector names was on my list of possible scratch implementations, but for an actual implementation I would probably want to avoid string comparisons in the dispatcher.
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