|Version 1 (modified by mikel, 8 years ago) (diff)|
Adding Custom Classes to the nibfile
Once the user interface for your application looks right, there is still one important task to complete before you can use it. You must record some information in the nibfile about the classes of the objects, so that the application can create them with the right connections in place.
When you use XCode to write an Objective C application, InterfaceBuilder can read the Objective-C header files and use the information in them to create descriptions of the classes in the Objective-C code. When the application is written in Lisp, InterfaceBuilder can't read the class descriptions from the code, and so we'll have to manually tell the nibfile about any classes that we use in the user interface.