In a subclass, I'm overriding a method that is not exposed in the super class. I know that I have the correct signature as it is successfully overriding the superclass implementation. However, as part of the the new implementation, I need to call the superclass's implementation from the subclass's implementation.
Because it's not exposed I have to invoke the method via a call to
SEL superClassSelector = NSSelectorFromString(@"methodToInvoke"); [super performSelector:superClassSelector];
However, in my application this results in an infinite recursive loop where the subclass's implementation is invoked every time I try to invoke the superclass's implementation.
I realize this is an atypical situation but unfortunately there's no way to get around what I'm trying to do.