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GeneralComponents: Design-Time support for properties Pin
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Heath Stewart30-Jan-04 9:57
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What do you want to happen? Like a Size is for a Control.Size property? You should first make MyClass a struct (you're using this more as a seldomly-used value type that is allocated on the stack). You should also add the CatagoryAttribute and DescriptionAttribute. If you want it expandable like the Size property of a Control, you'll need to implement a TypeConverter and use the TypeConverterAttribute. Optionally, use the ImmutableAttribute, although you can emulate the behavior in your derived TypeConverter. All this is documented in the System.ComponentModel namespace, as well as Design-time Attributes for Components[^] and Enhancing Design-time Support[^], both good sections in the .NET Framework SDK.

 

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