NSPredicateEditor is a subclass of
NSRuleEditor that is specialized for editing
NSPredicateEditor provides an
objectValue (inherited from
NSControl)—that you can get and set directly, and that you can bind using Cocoa bindings (you typically configure a predicate editor in Interface Builder).
NSPredicateEditor depends on another class,
NSPredicateEditorRowTemplate, that describes the available predicates and how to display them.
NSPredicateEditor does not depend on its delegate to populate its rows (and does not call the populating delegate methods). Instead, its rows are populated from its
objectValue property (an instance of
NSPredicateEditor relies on instances
NSPredicateEditorRowTemplate, which are responsible for mapping back and forth between the displayed view values and various predicates.
The row templates for the receiver.
var rowTemplates: [NSPredicateEditorRowTemplate]
@property(copy) NSArray <NSPredicateEditorRowTemplate *> *rowTemplates
The default value is a single compound
Available in OS X v10.5 and later.