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Subject: [Lilypond-auto] [LilyIssues-auto] [testlilyissues:issues] #4885 Remove ack_finder/ack_find_base
Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2016 14:07:35 +0000

Ok, this is a real nuisance. It would appear that the C++11 rules for access to protected members does not permit a derived class to name them as &Base::member but requires naming them as &Derived::member even though the resulting type will be Base::*. While this patch did make a number of members public as part of the middle commit (more or less muddling through and wanting to clean this up later), I was not all that aware of this rather fundamental consequence, instead suspecting some other fluke I could fix up later.

In addition, the same kind of ack_finder magic removed by this patch is rather unavoidable for translator_listeners. So this patch does not help in reducing the scope of necessary complexity while requiring inherited acknowledgers to be accessible by anybody rather than just the Engraver implementation and derived classes.

Consequently, I will be reverting it except for the first patch in the series while the reverts are still reasonably easy to do.

[issues:#4885] Remove ack_finder/ack_find_base

Status: Verified
Labels: Fixed_2_19_43
Created: Sun Jun 05, 2016 07:16 PM UTC by David Kastrup
Last Updated: Fri Jun 17, 2016 10:43 AM UTC
Owner: David Kastrup

Remove ack_finder/ack_find_base

ADD_ACKNOWLEDGER and ADD_END_ACKNOWLEDGER can work without them when
the base is specified correctly when calling them inside of some
CLASS::boot ().

Also contains commits:

Let ADD_ACKNOWLEDGER state actual classes

Declaring the correct containing classes for acknowledgers
allows dropping a bunch of black magic.


No explicit scopes are needed any more since they are run from within
the static member function CLASS::boot () .

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