[fpc-devel] Type definition

Ales Katona almindor at gmail.com
Sat Mar 4 17:27:07 CET 2006

Paul Davidson wrote:

> If there compelling reason why type definitions cannot be included in 
> class/object definitions?
> Make it mode FPC to keep folks happy :)
> Quite often a type is defined in INTERFACE part, but only used within 
> class/object defined in same unit.
> 1)  This means that type is public.  This is not always good thing in 
> OOese.
> 2)  Unit must be specified in child's child's USE list.
> P Davidson
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I second this request. Throw in const fields too..


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