RFR (L) : 8014013 : CallInfo structure no longer accurately reports the result of a LinkResolver operation
david.r.chase at oracle.com
Mon Aug 26 13:08:32 PDT 2013
A question on this point, where we may be getting tangled up by multiple negation:
you say "you can have an overpass method, which does not require a vtable entry,"
so is an overpass method "final", contrary to the current code?
On 2013-08-26, at 1:22 PM, Karen Kinnear <karen.kinnear at oracle.com> wrote:
> 2. In method.cpp in is_final_method
> Could you please delete the comment lies 513-514
> "Should return true for private methods also, since there is no way to override them?"
> Yes, you do not override private methods. However, this call is used to determine if you
> need a vtable entry. Private methods always get a vtable entry to handle backward compatibility
> with classes - i.e. you can have the same name of a private method local to your class and also
> inherit a method of from your superclass, which will get inherited around the private method, by
> your child.
> And yes, you can have an overpass method, which does not require a vtable entry,
> so the "can this happen?" answer is yes - so you can remove the question.
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