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Again, you choose to reinterpret what is written and ad your own twist.
Authored by: nomadman on Jul 06, '06 07:37:31PM
I never said, please point me to it if Im wrong, that I was a Cocoa GUI programmer. I am nevertheless a GUI programmer and for a big company too. Well paid and all, and everyone above me thinks Im pretty competent.
A window is _not_ some sort of port-hole into another world where all the views live like you imply.
I never said that either, but again you choose to bring quite a bit or re-interpretation on what people are writting here. There were no implications involved in my statement. As a GUI component, a window is a graphical view, as in MVC pattern, into the file system. This is true in Swing, and I doubt it would be too different in Cocoa. The GUI, or view, is never the Model, the files are not contained by the view, just re-presented by it. In this case, a graphical view, draws the contents of a directory for you, but its certainly not the container, as far as the filesystem goes.

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