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Since I’m on a DataProvider trip this week, I am re-posting here what I posted today on <a href=”http://chattyfig.figleaf.com/cgi-bin/ezmlm-cgi?1:mss:61836:200302:bdcdaajbgklhcagkcngf”>Flashcoders</a>. I think it might have been lost in the OT Flame war going on over… well, war.
Anyway, if you want to know what the DataProvider actually broadcasts in it’s <code>modelChanged</code> event, here you go…!
I did some tests to see who “properly” handles the DataProvider’s <code>modelChanged</code> event. Not many, it seems. Now that I understand it, I don’t understand why they don’t utilize the power of this object, but anyway, here are my findings…
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