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At the moment transformable properties are being generated like as so @property (nonatomic, strong) idcolor; with no space between the type and identifier.
@property (nonatomic, strong) idcolor;
Two solutions to this seem to be:
<$if Attribute.hasTransformableAttributeType$> <$endif$>
I'm not sure which it should be, I believe this is part of changes @robrix made, so I'm not sure what side affects changing the return from that method may cause.
Add a space for transformable properties #89
Use `id ` for transformable property types #89
Either of those commits resolve this issue, I'm currently running with changing the template for safety. :)
Right you are, I intend to make transformable property class output smarter as detailed in #86 (comment)
Hmm, github can't seem to reopen issues atm, so I can't reopen #86, so your issue will serve as a handy placeholder for the v1.25 milestone :)
This issue isn't fixed in 1.25, correct? As well as #86 ?
It's fixed, but I want to make it smarter.
@rentzsch, I am still hit by the missing space on transformable attributes in 1.25.
At least with --template-var arc=true set.
Same here, not using arc. Followed http://raptureinvenice.com/getting-started-with-mogenerator/
Are you sure you're using the latest templates? Please check against https://github.com/rentzsch/mogenerator/tree/master/templates
Apparently if you upgraded via homebrew you don't get upgraded templates by default.
No, Wolf, I just downloaded the 1.25 from here and installed it.
From what I see, the template in master (the machine.h) doesn't have the extra space for transformables.
For now, I fixed my template manually, following changes in Daniel's following commit: danielctull/mogenerator@c51c744
In fact, this very issue has 2 commits from Daniel to address this issue but looks like you didn't merge his proposed changes.
Ah, I misunderstood the extent of the problem. Somehow I missed the broken codegen in test mule's ParentMO.myTransformableSansClassName. I thought this issue was more of a SHOULD, but now I understand it's a high-priority MUST.
Fixed in 1.26.