File: programming/cocoa/

//  MyDataSource.m
//  UKDistributedView
//  Created by Uli Kusterer on Wed Jun 25 2003.
//  Copyright (c) 2003 M. Uli Kusterer. All rights reserved.
#import "UKDistributedView.h"
#import "UKFinderIconCell.h"
#import "MyDataSource.h"
#import "MyDistViewItem.h"
// This example keeps its items in an array.
// When we've finished building, set up our custom cell type and a few sample items to play with:
/* Set up a finder icon cell to use: */// Add a few items:
	//	These must be in alphabetic order for type-ahead-selection to work:
// Make items draggable and initially position them neatly:
// Instead of this you'd probably load the positions from wherever you get your items from.
	[distView setDragMovesItems:YES];	// Allow dragging around items in the view.
	[distView setDragLocally: YES];
	//[distView setAllowsMultipleSelection: NO];
// Menu item action for adding new items at runtime to play with:
"LadyJayeIcon.icns""MediDoc.icns""MimiRogersIcon.icns""FourthDoctor.icns""ThirdDoctor.icns""EighthDoctor.icns""FirstDoctor.icns""SecondDoctor.icns""K9.icns""Jabe.icns""NSApplicationIcon""Susan Foreman",
											@"Barbara Wright",
											@"Ian Chesterton",
											@"Steven Taylor",
											@"Sara Kingdom",
											@"Dorothea Chaplet",
											@"Ben Jackson",
											@"James Robert McCrimmon",
											@"Dr. Elizabeth Shaw",
											@"Josephine Grant",
											@"Sarah Jane Smith",
											@"Harry Sullivan",
											@"K9 Mark I",
											@"K9 Mark II",
											@"Nyssa of Traken",
											@"Tegan Jovanka",
											@"Vislor Turlough",
											@"Perpugilliam Brown",
											@"Melanie Bush",
											@"Dr. Grace Holloway",
											@"Rose Tyler",
											@"Adam Mitchell",
											@"Captain Jack Harkness",
											@"Mickey Smith",
											@"Martha Jones"// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// DistributedView delegate methods:
// Tell our list view how many items to expect:
// Display item data in cell:
	[cell setImage: [item image]];
	[cell setTitle: [item title]];
	/* Tell list view where to display this item:
		You *must* keep track of your items' positions, and if you
		want to be able to move them, you must also implement setPosition:forItemIndex: */// User has repositioned this item. Pick up the change:
// User double-clicked an item. You don't have to implement this method, but we do, just for fun:
"Item double-clicked", @"You double-clicked on the item \"%@\".%@", @"OK", @"", @""" There are additional items selected." : @"");
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Zooming:
// Yes, it's that easy!
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Inter-application drag and drop:
// Loop over dragged items and collect data for each:
"/Users/"// Build pseudo file path as data so people can see the Finder actually accept our drags.
	// Add data to pasteboard:
// Are we copying when dragging out of this view?
// Specify where the dropped data should end up. On ("inside") an item, or just among them?
// Just accept it in the general area of our view.
// Say whether you accept a drop of an item:
// Use this to handle drops on the trash etc:
// Drag to trash!
		// You could loop over the items here and delete all selected items from your array.
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Additional menu actions for testing dist view:

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