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Delphi consensus: interface implementing classes expose methods at private or protected level.

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/09/02

Interesting consensus at which is very similar to my experience: [WayBack] I’ve inherited a project and the developer uses lots of interfaces (All good here!). Then when they develop the interfaced classes, the methods from th… – John Kouraklis – Google+

Some go even further and even declare the classes in implementation sections, but for me that gives too much RTTI hassle:

Private types (types in the implementation section of units) do not get qualified names.

via: Delphi: TRttiContext.GetType versus TRttiContext.GetTypes is not about singular versus plural…


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