Is it OK to have a nested class raise an event and for the parent class that subscribes to that event subsequently raise another event, which it's parent class has subscribed to - thus passing the original event up the class hierarchy?
It may be easy to explain like this...
Class A Class B Class C
- Class C raises an event
- Class B subscribes to that event, on notification it raises another event
- Class A subscribes to Class B event, on notification it does something
So the original event occurred in Class C and Class A is dealing with it.
Using this method means I require event handlers in the middle class (Class B) whose only function is to pass along the notification - this seems a little smelly to me.