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Add some object-state methods on NITableViewActions #388

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darrenw commented May 7, 2013

Adds a couple of methods to NITableViewActions to allow callers to know which accessory type or selection style the NITableViewActions instance would set for the cell for a given object.
This is required because callers may need to know if accessories are present when calculating layout such as the height of cells, but the only way for layout code to find out if they have accessories at the moment is to call tableView:willDisplayCell:forRowAtIndexPath:, which has the side effect of lying to the viewcontroller about which cells are being displayed.

Add methods to get information from an NITableViewActions object abou…
…t which cell accessory it would provide for a particular object

jverkoey added a commit that referenced this pull request May 7, 2013

Merge pull request #388 from darrenw/TableActionsInfo
Add some object-state methods on NITableViewActions

@jverkoey jverkoey merged commit 15120ae into jverkoey:master May 7, 2013


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jverkoey May 7, 2013


Nice :) This looks awesome.


jverkoey commented May 7, 2013

Nice :) This looks awesome.

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