[Biococoa-dev] BCCodon init question
jtimmer at bellatlantic.net
Thu Nov 4 20:23:56 EST 2004
Sorry, the house sold and I started my new job, so I've had zero free time
in the last week or so.
Anyway, returning nil from the super's init method was just a leftover that
I forgot to fix. I stick nil there until I have the class well defined, and
know what's safe to return with a simple "init" (as opposed to something
like "initWithSomeInfo:"). I definitely had the code working on my machine,
so I'm not sure why that hadn't propagated to the CVS server.
Sorry about the slip up, and thanks for finding and fixing it.
PS - the new place of employment seems to have MAC based DHCP
authentication, so my laptop wasn't networking. I just set the office's
desktop to share its connection over Firewire and I'm good to go. God, I
> I was trying to figure out why the current translation demo is not
> working (no protein is displayed in the right panel). So after some
> debugging I found that both BCCodonDNA and BCCodonRNA call self =
> [super init] in their init method. However, the super init method
> (BCCodon) always returns nil, so BCCodonDNA and BCCodonRNA always
> return nil. I commented out the init method of BCCodon, and now indeed
> I see a protein sequence in the right panel. Not sure if this is the
> intended way to make this work, though. John, is their a particular
> reason why BCCodon's init() always returns nil?
> - Koen.
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