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Re: PATCH: Find more ObjC methods



Am Freitag, 03.10.03 um 04:10 Uhr schrieb Alexander Malmberg:


Ziemowit Laski wrote:
[snip]
in the long run, the compiler should stop distinguishing @interfaces from
@implementations (since the former are merely forward declarations for the latter).

I've always considered this a feature. The @interface is the public interface for an @implementation. Thus, methods that appear only in an implementation are private to that implementation.

It will stay there as a feature unless you get rid of header files at all and #include the whole source when using a library.


Even with Ziemowit's POV, the number of methods/variables etc. will differ for compiling a header/source pair and for compiling some other source including the header.


Markus


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