Summary: -property should give an error for invalid property
--- Comment #0 from Jonathan M Davis <jmdavisp...@gmx.com> 2012-05-29 22:36:00
This code compiles with -property:
@property void prop()
It makes no sense that it would. prop returns nothing, so it can't be used as a
getter, and it takes nothing, so it can't be used as a setter. Neither
auto a = s.prop;
s.prop = a;
would compile, so there's no point in letting prop compile with @property.
Another example would be a function like
@property void prop(int a, int b)
It can't possibly be used as a property function either. I'd argue that any
such function should be considered an error as long as it's marked as @property
and the -property flag is used.
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