[Mono-bugs] [Bug 77397][Nor] Changed - Compiler asserts in ves_icall_MonoType_get_DeclaringMethod on generic method compilation

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Changed by michiel at guerrilla-games.com.


--- shadow/77397	2006-01-28 16:29:30.000000000 -0500
+++ shadow/77397.tmp.27612	2006-01-28 17:08:21.000000000 -0500
@@ -53,6 +53,32 @@
 I am running Mono and it compiles just fine, it produces:
 test.cs(7,27): error CS0115: `b.func(ref T)': no suitable method found
 to override
+------- Additional Comments From michiel at guerrilla-games.com  2006-01-28 17:08 -------
+I'm sorry to waste your time, but I made a typo (new to Mac OS and Mono).
+In my example, the first function is named "fun" instead of "func". The proper example 
+should be:
+abstract public class a
+  {
+    public abstract void func<T>(ref T arg);
+  }
+  public class b : a
+  {
+     public override void func<T>(ref T arg)
+     {
+     }
+  }
+I am using Mono 1.1.13 (2.0) on Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.4. I installed using the latest installer 
+from mono-project.com. I am using X-Develop by OmniCore as an IDE.
+The problem starts when I try to implement a generic method which references a type 
+directly. The example compiles if I replace "T" with "List<T>"
+Hope this helps.

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