[swift-evolution] A Comprehensive Rethink of Access Levels in Swift
2th at gmx.de
Tue Feb 28 09:27:19 CST 2017
> as ‘closed’ is a rare niche case.
If there is agreement on the importance of closed, imho we shouldn't even need variants of final:
You could already build the required class hierarchies if the restriction that a subclass can't have higher visibility as its parent is lifted.
Imho this should be done anyways, and then you could simply define an internal baseclass with "public final" subclasses.
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