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// SSConcurrentOperation.h
// SSToolkit
// Created by Sam Soffes on 8/5/10.
// Copyright 2010-2011 Sam Soffes. All rights reserved.
A simple wrapper for concurrent NSOperations
Subclasses should override the start and stop methods. Here is a basic example.
<pre><code>- (void)start {
[super start];
networkRequest = [[NetworkRequest alloc] init];
[networkRequest start];
- (void)finish {
[networkRequest cancel];
[networkRequest release];
[super finish];
This allows for convenient handling of asynchronous calls in an operation.
@interface SSConcurrentOperation : NSOperation
Finishes the receiver's task.
Subclasses must implement their own versions of `finish` to clean up anything before the operation completes. After
performing the class-specific functionality, the subclass method should incorporate superclass versions of `finish`
through a message to `super`.
- (void)finish;