[PyKDE] [PATCH] Abstract methods cause derived classes to be marked
newellm at blur.com
Fri Oct 13 19:40:46 BST 2006
If class A has an abstract method, it is marked as an abstract class. This is
good. If class B inherits from class A, but doesn't have any abstract
methods of it's own, it is still marked as abstract, that is not good. A
class should only be marked abstract if it directly has an abstract method,
or is marked abstract with /Abstract/.
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