[Mono-osx] PermFormSelectOnMainThread patch for monomac
maxi.combina at passwordbank.com
Mon May 23 18:58:50 EDT 2011
I understand, though I find this a little odd. I think it is perfectly valid
to have a null argument.
Whatever the the committers decide, I would appreciate they let us now, so
that I can use null or have to use a dummy argument.
2011/5/24 Lee V. Andrus <landrus2 at by-rite.net>
> Most wrapper methods in MonoMac assume or require that all class parameters
> are not null--including many for which null is an acceptable (and sometimes
> necessary) value.
> Maxi Combina wrote:
> > ...
> > My selector does not take argument, so I use null as argument...
> > and InvokeOnMainThread() fails. If I change
> > monomac/src/Foundation/NSObject.cs:InvokeOnMainThread() to check for
> > it works.
> > So: could this small change be added? Or is it mandatory to pass a
> > non-null
> > paramter to InvokeOnMainThread()?
> > ...
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