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.
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.