[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  Log:
  convertValueForProperty didn't have the right signature and
  therefore didn't override the superclass implementation.

That was sloppy of me. Thanks for finding and fixing it.

+ ListProperty listProperty = (ListProperty)property;

That is a no-no. Properties should not be casted but only be coerced using the getXXX methods.


And the getList() method is already defined on Property so no cast is needed.

Using casts will prevent us from adding property proxies, which i suspect will be needed.

regards,
finn

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