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Timestamp:
01/06/03 13:05:29 (19 years ago)
Author:
Nicholas Riley
Message:

Pester 1.1b1.

PSPowerManager: Fixed delegate method selectors to better reflect what
is going on (Apple's docs in IOKit Fundamentals help with this; the
kIOMessage*Sleep constants are really poorly named).

VERSION: Updated for 1.1b1.

PSSpeechAlert.h: Fixed company name.

PSAlert.[hm]: Added -prepareForAlarm: to support PSWakeAlert.

PSTimer.[hm]: Replacement for NSTimer that works properly across
sleep/wake cycles and will schedule wake timers.

PSAlerts.[hm]: Added -prepareForAlarm: to support PSWakeAlert.

Read Me.rtfd: Updated for 1.1b1.

PSAlarm.[hm]: Added -setWakeUp:, invoke -[PSAlerts prepareForAlarm],
replaced alarm timer NSTimer with PSTimer.

PSApplication.[hm]: Replaced dock update timer NSTimer with PSTimer.
Uncovered some issues, need to fix later. Enable alarm discard for
beta release.

PSWakeAlert.[hm]: Shared alert implementation for wakeup. Doesn't do
anything at trigger time, but uses new preparation interface to work
at alarm set time (should work for repeating alarms too, but I didn't
bother to test...)

PSAlarmSetController.m: Added support for PSWakeAlert. Save default
alert information on quit. Removed debug statements on hide/unhide;
it works fine regardless of whether the app is explicitly hidden or
the window hides itself.

PSAlarms.m: PSTimer support - invoke +[PSTimer setUp] to initialize
timer list.

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  • trunk/Cocoa/Pester/Source/PSAlarm.h

    r53 r61  
    2323extern NSString * const PSAlarmDiedNotification;
    2424
    25 @class PSAlert, PSAlerts;
     25@class PSAlert, PSAlerts, PSTimer;
    2626
    2727@interface PSAlarm : NSObject <NSCoding, PSPropertyListSerialization> {
     
    3333    NSString *alarmMessage;
    3434    NSString *invalidMessage;
    35     NSTimer *timer;
     35    PSTimer *timer;
    3636    PSAlerts *alerts;
    3737    BOOL repeating;
     
    4545- (void)setRepeating:(BOOL)isRepeating;
    4646- (void)setSnoozeInterval:(NSTimeInterval)anInterval;
     47- (void)setWakeUp:(BOOL)doWake;
    4748
    4849- (NSCalendarDate *)date;
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