[swift-evolution] [Review] SE-0112: Improved NSError Bridging
dgregor at apple.com
Fri Jul 1 16:12:44 CDT 2016
FYI, in-progress implementation is available at:
The only issue I’ve found so far with the proposal is this bit:
When we introduce this bridging, we will need to remove NSError's conformance to ErrorProtocol to avoid creating cyclic implicit conversions. However, one can still explicitly turn an NSError into ErrorProtocol via a bridging cast, e.g., nsError as ErrorProtocol.
This doesn’t work, because the model really needs NSError to conform to ErrorProtocol. Instead, we should break the implicit conversion by not allowing an implicit conversion from an arbitrary ErrorProtocol to NSError, which is in line with what SE-0072 would do anyway.
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