obex and pattr


    Jan 02 2007 | 9:18 pm
    Hi there,
    I am rewriting some objects to take advantage of the new obex extension and attributes.
    I am a little confused about the need to implement the "getvalueof" and "setvalueof" methods. To my understanding those are methods that are to be used in objects written using the traditional Max interface if you want them to be Pattr-aware. If you use the obex extension the "getvalueof" and "setvalueof" methods are redundant.
    Am I correct in assuming that ?
    Thanks.
    - Luigi
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    • Jan 02 2007 | 9:44 pm
      Wrong. You need them in both cases. Implementing the object as an obex class permits, among other things, the use of attributes.
      jb
      Am 02.01.2007 um 22:18 schrieb Luigi Castelli:
      > I am a little confused about the need to implement the > "getvalueof" and "setvalueof" methods. To my > understanding those are methods that are to be used in > objects written using the traditional Max interface if > you want them to be Pattr-aware. If you use the obex > extension the "getvalueof" and "setvalueof" methods > are redundant.