[fpc-pascal] Is this a bug?
pascaldragon at googlemail.com
Tue Apr 16 11:00:44 CEST 2013
Am 16.04.2013 09:57, schrieb Anthony Walter:
> I just wanted to get some opinions on this as to whether this is a
> bug. Generics in 2.7.x trunk allows units which use a generic class
> defined in another unit can access protected members.
> unit A;
> TFoo<T> = class
> Bar: T;
> <-- snip to next unit -->
> unit B;
> uses A;
> Foo: TFoo<Integer>;
> Foo.Bar := 42; // Code in unit B can access protected members of TFoo.
> Should the above line generate a compiler error instead? That is ...
> TFoo.Bar shouldn't visible unless your code is in Unit A or in a
> method of a class which inherits TFoo<T>?
Delphi XE generates an error here, so this is indeed a bug. Would you
please report it together with a complete example?
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