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Using Xam.iOS Version: 220.127.116.11 (Business Edition) on a Mac (Mountain Lion 0S 10.8.4)
If I create a UIStepper in Xcode and set it to be an outlet, I am able to set the properties correctly, the app compiles and the view works as it should.
If I create a UIStepper and set it to be an Action, I am unable to set the properties at all and the app dies before showing the view the stepper is on.
It looks as if the steppers are instantiated correctly when they are an outlet, and not at all when they are an action. According to all of the examples I've found online, I should be able to still set the properties if the stepper is an action as well as link it to the ValueChanged event.
Can you attach a simple test app I can use to reproduce this?
Created attachment 4403 [details]
Build and run. Click on the button and watch a null reference get thrown - the stepper isn't instantiated on the StepperBug view by the looks of it.
It works fine if it's set as an outlet rather than action.
In your sample, this code crashes:
NavigationController.PushViewController(new StepperBug(), true);
because NavigationController is null. In fact it crashes even if StepperBug is never created, for example:
D'oh - quick example, sorry. If NavController is not null, the crash still exists.
In that case I get this exception:
Objective-C exception thrown. Name: NSInvalidArgumentException Reason: -[StepperBug stepUpDown:]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x7c95a520
which is because StepperBug hasn't implemented the stepUpDown method. Adding this code to StepperBug.cs makes it work:
partial void stepUpDown (MonoTouch.Foundation.NSObject sender)
Right, so the behaviour is correct then?
Surely any of the actions should auto generate a stub code then? Might be worth an addition in any case to the Xamarin docs on UIStepper (which isn't covered at all anywhere).
Yes, as far as I can see this is correct.
This is the way actions work: you have to implement the corresponding method yourself. We do generate a partial method declaration in the designer file so that you get code completion in your main file (type "partial " and a list of all the partial methods will show up). Note that this is not limited to UIStepper, it's the same for all actions.