[fpc-devel] Suggestion for change: Overly strict check

Burkhard Carstens fpc at bcsoft.de
Wed Sep 27 22:49:04 CEST 2006

Am Mittwoch, 27. September 2006 22:36 schrieb Christian Iversen:
> Hi all.
> I was hoping there could be a discussion of a certain feature in FPC,
> which doesn't work very well for us. Ultimately, I would like to see
> it gone completely. It's a very small extra-strong syntax check,
> appearantly implemented to avoid bad code. However, it's not entirely
> obvious why this is supposed to help.
> Please consider this example:
> type
>   tfoo = class(tbar)
>   private
>   public
>     procedure Frob();
>     procedure Wait(delay: integer);
>     procedure ReadStuff(buffer: tbuffer; wait: boolean);
>   end;

Even in delphi, I allways use(d) "procedure ReadStuff(aBuffer: tbuffer; 
aWait: boolean);" ..

This won't help you, but you asked for thought. And my thoughts are: I 
like it the way it is. 


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