[Gambas-devel] Implement Wizard.Refresh()

Benoît Minisini gambas at ...1...
Sun Oct 4 22:30:37 CEST 2015

Le 04/10/2015 22:05, Tobias Boege a écrit :
> On Sun, 04 Oct 2015, Beno??t Minisini wrote:
>> Le 04/10/2015 21:21, Tobias Boege a ?crit :
>>> Hi Benoit,
>>> in my current project, I use a (two-step) Wizard where one step contains a
>>> CheckBox that determines if the next step is enabled or not (an optional
>>> preview). The Wizard does not draw itself new (e.g. the "Next" button should
>>> become an "OK" button if the current step suddenly is the last one) auto-
>>> matically if I change the value of Wizard[Index].Enabled.
>>> The attached patch simply puts the (not yet implemented) Wizard.Refresh()
>>> method in charge. The user is expected to call it after making a change to
>>> the enabledness of steps. If you say this is OK, I will commit the changes
>>> myself.
>>> Regards,
>>> Tobi
>> Refresh is already a method of the inherited Control class, you
>> shouldn't use that name...
> ... or call Super.Refresh() in the custom Wizard.Refresh() method? If that
> is also not good, please propose an alternate name. Your names are usually
> better than mine.

Let's call it "Update" then... Even if Control.Refresh() is useless for 
compound controls, it's not a good idea to override it with something 
not related at all.


Benoît Minisini

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