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From Vinicius Caldeira Carvalho <vinicius.carva...@squadra.com.br>
Subject Re: chains: refering to another chain in my chain
Date Fri, 01 Apr 2005 17:23:16 GMT
Well I tried it here and it throw an infame nullPointerException.... I 
did just like the example (only with real classnames :D )

>A chain is a command, so the answer has to be yes.
>
>Jack
>
>On Apr 1, 2005 9:12 AM, Vinicius Caldeira Carvalho
><vinicius.carvalho@squadra.com.br> wrote:
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>
>>Hello there folks...
>>Isnt it possible to refer to a chain as a command from another chain?
>>let me explain:
>>
>><chain name="doSomething">
>>    <command name="foo" className="foo"/>
>>    <command name="bar" className="bar"/>
>></chain>
>>
>><chain name="doSomethingElse">
>>    <command name="doSomething"/> //inheirts everthing this chain provides
>>    <command name="boo" className="boo"/>
>><chain>
>>
>>I think this would be a great adition to the api
>>
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