[Biococoa-dev] Base test
james.balhoff at duke.edu
Fri Aug 13 15:03:48 EDT 2004
On Aug 13, 2004, at 2:38 PM, Alexander Griekspoor wrote:
>> I was aware of the foundation functions that take strings for
>> arguments and return selectors/classes. Unfortunately, if we’re
>> going to use singletons, we’d need to call Class methods to create
>> them, not instance methods, and I’m not aware of any mechanism for
>> calling a selector on a Class.
> Oops, see the problem now. I can come quite far by getting the class
> method's location:
> NSString *str = @"callMe"; // example string, normally from plist
> class_getClassMethod([BCSymbol class], selector); // this should
> get you a pointer to the method
> The big problem here and where I get stuck is how to "invoke" this
> method on the class?
> Here is where my knowledge and background let me down ;-(
Could you use this function?
id objc_msgSend(id theReceiver, SEL theSelector, ...)
A classes are objects, it seems like it would work.
James P. Balhoff
Dept. of Biology
Durham, NC 27708-0338
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