[swift-evolution] 'Public' class visibility specifiers
Dimitri.Racordon at unige.ch
Tue Feb 21 02:15:34 CST 2017
On 21 Feb 2017, at 09:09, Joanna Carter <joanna at carterconsulting.org.uk<mailto:joanna at carterconsulting.org.uk>> wrote:
The reality of the Swift world is that it is no longer just classes that are extensible (by subclassing) but, also, extensions that can be written against any type.
I totally agree with that.
It’s actually something that bothers me with the open access modifier. It introduces an asymmetry on the language and emphasis on classes, while I think Swift do its best not to.
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