On Thursday 26 May 2005 07:30, Dmitry Vasiliev wrote:
> Then I've made some security declarations and all working just fine but
> items names displayed like '<security proxied ... instance at ...>'.
> Is this reasonable/safe to apply attached patch or maybe I can reimplement
> my container in some other way?
First, you could declare your ReverseOrderedName to be a rock, like the
unicode type is. Then it will never get proxied.
Another approach would be to make a container implementation that ensures the
correct order of the items. However, I would extend the container interface
to have a method called:
that returns the entries in the desired order. If you think that the content
type should not worry about this order (i.e. it is presentation-specific),
then you could always have a view that sorts the items.
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