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DivineDominion / reswift-order.md
Created Jun 17, 2019
How to affect the order of subscription callbacks in ReSwift/Redux
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Affect the order/priority of subscription callbacks in ReSwift

(Reply to "Any way to control the priority of subscription callbacks?" https://github.com/ReSwift/ReSwift/issues/404)

ReSwift does not guarantee any subscription callback order. Since ReSwift uses an unordered Set as its subscription store, there's no reliable way to know when a subscription is invoked.

This implementation detail is hidden by design. If you find yourself wanting to affect the order of subscription callbacks, there's a concept of a sequence waiting to be extracted somehow.

These are the ways out:

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DivineDominion / AppDelegate.swift
Created Dec 19, 2018
`NSAppearance` change notification when you cannot use `NSApp.effectiveAppearance` which is available for macOS 10.14+ only
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import Cocoa
import RxSwift
import RxCocoa
@NSApplicationMain
class AppDelegate: NSObject, NSApplicationDelegate {
@IBOutlet weak var window: NSWindow!
let disposeBag = DisposeBag()
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DivineDominion / Example.swift
Last active Sep 7, 2018
Extension to @IanKeen's Partial<T> for more sexy and very verbose validations
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// - MARK: Example Code
/// A model
struct User {
let firstName: String
let lastName: String
let age: Int?
}
/// Initializer using a Partial<T> -- You could generate this with Sourcery
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struct Foo: ExpressibleByBooleanLiteral {
var value: Bool
init(booleanLiteral value: BooleanLiteralType) {
self.value = value
}
}
func ==(lhs: Foo, rhs: Foo) -> Bool {
return lhs.value == rhs.value
}
View 201801041611 Focus ReSwift reducers to one state change.md

Title: Focus ReSwift reducers to one state change ID: 201801041611 Tags: #reswift #srp

ReSwift reducers should not have conditional side-effects, changing different states out of convenience. That makes it hard to notice which action changed what. The condition is most of the problem, I think.

An ideal approach would be to have 1 reducer/action pair for each substate change.

When reducers overlap (they touch the same state), this can become a problem. (IncreaseCounter and DecreaseCounter are a bad example.) Conditional changes to another substate should be extracted as another action which is dispatched by a Middleware under similar circumstances.

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DivineDominion / cocoaconv.rb
Last active Sep 28, 2018
Convert libMultiMarkdown enums to Swift-bridgeable NS_ENUMs. Pass the path to libMultiMarkdown.h to the script when running.
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#!/usr/bin/env ruby
require 'optparse'
CURRENT_PATH = File.expand_path(File.dirname(__FILE__))
FALLBACK_PATH = File.join(CURRENT_PATH, "..", "build-xcode", "Debug", "include", "libMultiMarkdown", "libMultiMarkdown.h")
options = {:mode => :nsenum}
OptionParser.new do |parser|
parser.banner = "Usage: #{$0} [options] path/to/libMultiMarkdown.h"
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DivineDominion / FolderContentMonitor.swift
Last active Apr 14, 2019
Wrapper for using C FSEvents with Swift 4
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//
// Based on: https://blog.beecomedigital.com/2015/06/27/developing-a-filesystemwatcher-for-os-x-by-using-fsevents-with-swift-2/
//
import Foundation
public struct Event: CustomStringConvertible {
public let eventId: FSEventStreamEventId
public let eventPath: String
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DivineDominion / ModalDialogController.swift
Created Sep 6, 2016
Showing any NSWindowController as an app modal
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class ModalDialogController: NSWindowController {
convenience init() {
self.init(windowNibName: "ModalDialogController")
}
@IBOutlet var closeButton: NSButton!
override func windowDidLoad() {
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DivineDominion / AppDelegate.swift
Created May 18, 2016
WTF: Crashing NSTableHeaderCell subclass ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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//
// AppDelegate.swift
// TableZombies
//
// Created by Christian Tietze on 18/05/16.
// Copyright © 2016 Christian Tietze. All rights reserved.
//
import Cocoa
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