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From Ryan McGuinness <r...@fallingonline.com>
Subject betwixt
Date Tue, 01 Nov 2005 00:59:12 GMT
> I have an issue with objects and flavours, and need to know where to
> look. I have read the docs, and the source, at this point it still is
> unclear.
>
> I have two objects
>
> public Object1 {
> 	private String name;
> 	Object2 property1 = new Object2();
> 	...
> }
>
> public Object2 {
> 	private String attr1;
> 	private String attr2;
> }
>
> in my .betwixt file, I have a definition:
>
> object1.betwixt
> <info>
> 	<element name='my-first-object'>
> 		<element name='my-name' property='name'>
> 			<option>
> 				<name>value</name>
> 				<value>myValue</value>
> 			</option>
> 		</element>
> 		<element name='my-object' property='property1'>
> 			<option>
> 				<name>value</name>
> 				<value>mySecondValue</value>
> 			</option>
> 		</element>
> 	</element>
> </info>
>
> I have written a custom StringConverter, and I can see which flavours
> are being passed, and which are not.
> basically, I do not get a flavour when I am calling the complex type
> (property1).
>
> Do I have to create a ClassConverter? or do I have to modify some base
> class? or is there a plugable approach that I can take for this.
>
> I need a flavour for this custom object because in one output I have to
> create:
>
> <my-object attr1='somevalue' />
>
> and in another
>
> <my-object>
> 	<attr1>value1</attr1>
> 	<attr2>value2</attr1>
> </my-object>
>
> Please let me know as soon as possible.
>
> Thanks,
> Ryan


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