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Generic-user-small
25 Jun 2009, 09:53
Jaromir Siska (4 posts)

What I miss in the book is detail discussion how to implement Object copy protocol and implication of various approaches on memory management. I consider Object copying to be in foundation of any programming language and no serious user of the language can avoid it. I understand that object copying is relatively complicated topic (especially if relation “is equal” for original and copy is included) nevertheless my feeling is that many Cocoa programmators may not need Core Data but most of them will need Object copy. (I don’t say that Core Data chapter should not be involved in the book.) Jaromir

Daniel_pragsmall
24 Jul 2009, 13:40
Daniel H Steinberg (98 posts)

There is a final “arc” of the book that will cover threads, multi core, blocks etc. This topic should be covered there.

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