I have three classes that work together to do one function (from the perspective of the rest of my program). There is a little bit of set up between them, so, to make it easier for the rest of my program, I grouped them into:
ListManager: object, which initializes them to the right values when it is constructed. The three objects it stores are:
TriggerManager: basically a wrapper around an
CueList: a linked list with the usual getters and setters that come with that.
Since the rest of my program is only interacting/referencing the
TriggerManager class, should I write wrapper methods for the objects it manages?
- So should I make
ListManager.add(Cue c)as a wrapper for
- OR should I just add getters for the three objects and let the rest of my program use that to manipulate them.
I tend to think that the later option is far more maintainable, but at the same time, the code produced if I make the wrapper just seems... prettier...
What's the best practice in situations like this?