On Tuesday, 13 March 2018 at 08:29:42 UTC, Alex wrote:
package myPackage;

public class Main {

    public static void main(String[] args)
        System.out.println("Hello World!");
        myClass c = new myClass();
        c.myPrivateClassMember= "wtf";

    private static class myClass
private String myPrivateClassMember; // private does not mean private anymore??
(may the forum forgive me :p )

But a class and its inner classes together, can be still be reasoned about locally.

With 'modules', the boundaries of what 'local' means, becomes more and more fuzzy, as the module gets longer and longer, and more and more complex.

In those circumstances, it becomes much harder to reason locally about the correctness of a class.

And a D module can go on..well...for ever.....

I would still prefer that classes within a module, at least have a capacity to specify access privileges to objects in the same module, rather than just trusting everything in that module, without exception.

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