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Old Jun 4, 2009, 12:44 PM   #1
stadidas
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Converting from Document-Based to Standard Application

Hi all,

I am in the process of converting a document-based app that I have written into a normal non-document-based application.
I have a couple of questions concerning this. I plan on taking the "MyDocument" controller class that was automatically created as part of the document-based approach, renaming it, and including an instance of it in the main application XIB file. Is this the correct way to go about keeping the controller's functionality in a non-document-based application?
Also, the MyDocument class contains a couple of handy auto-generated methods for loading and saving data to files. For a non-document based app, where is application data supposed to be stored?

Thanks.
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