source: releases/Pester/1.0/Source/PSAlarmsController.m

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Pester 1.0

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1//
2// PSAlarmsController.m
3// Pester
4//
5// Created by Nicholas Riley on Fri Oct 11 2002.
6// Copyright (c) 2002 Nicholas Riley. All rights reserved.
7//
8
9#import "PSAlarmsController.h"
10#import "PSAlarm.h"
11#import "NSTableView-NJRExtensions.h"
12
13
14@implementation PSAlarmsController
15
16- (id)init;
17{
18 if ( (self = [super initWithWindowNibName: @"Alarms"]) != nil) {
19 alarms = [PSAlarms allAlarms];
20 // XXX workaround for bug in 10.2.1, 10.1.5: autosave name set in IB doesn't show up
21 [self setWindowFrameAutosaveName: @"Pester alarm list"];
22 // Apple documents the NSUserDefaults key, so we can rely on it hopefully.
23 if (nil == [[NSUserDefaults standardUserDefaults] objectForKey:
24 [@"NSWindow Frame " stringByAppendingString: [[self window] frameAutosaveName]]])
25 {
26 [[self window] center];
27 }
28 [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] addObserver: self selector: @selector(alarmsChanged) name: PSAlarmsDidChangeNotification object: alarms];
29 [tableView setAutosaveName: @"Alarm list"];
30 [tableView setAutosaveTableColumns: YES];
31 [tableView noteNumberOfRowsChanged];
32 [[self window] makeFirstResponder: tableView];
33 }
34 return self;
35}
36
37- (void)alarmsChanged; // XXX fix autoselection to be more reasonable, see whatever I did in that _Learning Cocoa_ project I think
38{
39 [tableView reloadData];
40 [tableView deselectAll: self];
41}
42
43- (IBAction)remove:(id)sender;
44{
45 [alarms removeAlarmsAtIndices: [[tableView selectedRowEnumerator] allObjects]];
46}
47
48@end
49
50@implementation PSAlarmsController (NSTableDataSource)
51
52- (int)numberOfRowsInTableView:(NSTableView *)tableView;
53{
54 return [alarms alarmCount];
55}
56
57- (id)tableView:(NSTableView *)tableView objectValueForTableColumn:(NSTableColumn *)tableColumn row:(int)row;
58{
59 PSAlarm *alarm = [alarms alarmAtIndex: row];
60
61 if ([[tableColumn identifier] isEqualToString: @"message"]) return [alarm message];
62 else {
63 NSCalendarDate *date = [alarm date];
64 if ([[tableColumn identifier] isEqualToString: @"date"]) return [alarm shortDateString];
65 if ([[tableColumn identifier] isEqualToString: @"time"]) {
66 if (date == nil) return @"ÇexpiredÈ";
67 return [alarm timeString];
68 }
69 }
70 return nil;
71}
72@end
73
74@implementation PSAlarmsController (NSTableViewNotifications)
75
76- (void)tableViewSelectionDidChange:(NSNotification *)aNotification;
77{
78 [removeButton setEnabled: ([tableView numberOfSelectedRows] != 0)];
79}
80
81@end
82
83@implementation PSAlarmsController (NSWindowDelegate)
84
85// XXX workaround for bug in 10.1.5, 10.2.1 (and earlier?): no autosave on window move
86- (void)windowDidMove:(NSNotification *)aNotification
87{
88 NSString *autosaveName = [[self window] frameAutosaveName];
89 // on initial display, we get a notification inside -[NSWindow setFrameAutosaveName]!
90 if (autosaveName != nil) {
91 [[self window] saveFrameUsingName: autosaveName];
92 }
93}
94
95- (NSRect)windowWillUseStandardFrame:(NSWindow *)sender defaultFrame:(NSRect)defaultFrame;
96{
97 NSWindow *window = [tableView window];
98 NSRect frame = [window frame];
99 NSScrollView *scrollView = [tableView enclosingScrollView];
100 float displayedHeight = [[scrollView contentView] bounds].size.height;
101 float heightChange = [[scrollView documentView] bounds].size.height - displayedHeight;
102 float heightExcess;
103
104 if (heightChange >= 0 && heightChange <= 1) {
105 // either the window is already optimal size, or it's too big
106 float rowHeight = [tableView cellHeight];
107 heightChange = (rowHeight * [tableView numberOfRows]) - displayedHeight;
108 }
109
110 frame.size.height += heightChange;
111
112 if ( (heightExcess = [window minSize].height - frame.size.height) > 1 ||
113 (heightExcess = [window maxSize].height - frame.size.height) < 1) {
114 heightChange += heightExcess;
115 frame.size.height += heightExcess;
116 }
117
118 frame.origin.y -= heightChange;
119
120 return frame;
121}
122
123@end
124
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