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This might be a rather basic question, not necessarily related only to AppleScriptObjC: Is there any way to create a table data resource in Xcode? I'd like to manage a big table of strings, taken from a spread sheet. The data will change very often, so I need an easy way to manage such data. At the moment I have three NSArrays filled with NSStrings in the source code. But this get's messy with each row and column.
My first approach was a plist file with arrays for each key and read it into an NSDictionary. But its layout in Xcode is hard to handle if you want just a table. Core Data seems to be suitable only for complex data. Or did I miss something?
Would appreciate any hints. Thanks.
CoreData is indeed a bit overkill for this purpose.
Actually an array of dictionaries is the normal way to populate a table
Alternatively you can use an NSArrayController and a custom class instead of NSMutableDictionary with a property for each key (which I recommend). All connections can be realized with bindings
Thanks for your help, Stefan. So I will continue to use the dictionaries for the moment. By using TextWrangler's excellent GREP engine I can populate my source code directly with copy&paste.