[Mono-bugs] [Bug 55382][Nor] New - MSC reports invalid warning CS0109 when hiding inherited member of other type
Tue, 9 Mar 2004 15:46:29 -0500 (EST)
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+Product: Mono: Compilers
+Summary: MSC reports invalid warning CS0109 when hiding inherited member of other type
+When hiding members of a base class that are of another type, mcs reports
+warning CS0109, saying that the new keyword is not required.
+However, this does not match the behaviour of csc.
+According to the .NET Framework SDK, name hiding through inheritance takes
+one of the following forms :
+ a.. A constant, field, property, or type introduced in a class or struct
+hides all base class members with the same name.
+ b.. A method introduced in a class or struct hides properties, fields,
+and types, with the same name, in the base class. It also hides all base
+class methods with the same signature. For more information, see 3.6
+Signatures and overloading.
+ c.. An indexer introduced in a class or struct hides all base class
+indexers with the same signature.
+So you also have to use the new keyword if the member type of the construct
+that you introduce does not match the member type of the member with the
+same name in the base class.
+I attached a repro for this issue, which result in the following output :
+firstname.lastname@example.org ~]$ mcs -t:library test.cs
+test.cs(20) warning CS0109: The member
+`NDoc.Test.NewStuff.NewDerived.NewPropertySNOKOM' does not hide an
+member. The keyword new is not required
+test.cs(26) warning CS0109: The member
+`NDoc.Test.NewStuff.NewDerived.NewVirtualPropertySNOKOM' does not hide an
+inherited member. The keyword new is not required
+Compilation succeeded - 2 warning(s)
+The attached source file compiles without warning using csc.