PR# 15874 Finalizing system with attribute with body gives wrong output if inlining enabled
Problem Report Summary
Environment: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; SunOS sun4u; en-US; rv:220.127.116.11) Gecko/2009042715 Firefox/3.0.10
Synopsis: Finalizing system with attribute with body gives wrong output if inlining enabled
Finalizing a system with an attribute in a body that is redefined in a descendant to an attribute with a different body works fine, but if inlining is enabled system execution output is wrong. See also bug #15382 (eweasel test final076) where finalizing a system with an attribute with a body instead crashes the compiler if inlining is enabled. Added eweasel test final080 for this bug.
Run eweasel test final080.
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From:alexk_es Date:2019/03/20 Status: Closed Download
Fixed in rev#102911 of EiffelStudio 19.05 intermediate release and 19.02 beta release.
From:prestoat2000 Date:2010/06/16 Download
Note that this bug can cause a call on Void target in a void-safe system when inlining is enabled, because the inlining apparently causes a direct access of the attribute, rather than a call to the routine that checks whether it is Void and if so executes the attribute body and returns that value. I have attached classes that demonstrate the call on Void target in a void-safe system finalized with inlining enabled.