[mtasc] MTASC Bug: Interfaces with constructors are not compiled
ncannasse at motion-twin.com
Tue Feb 14 18:15:39 CET 2006
Steve Webster wrote:
>> Adam Pasztory wrote:
>>> After a lot of experiments, I've given up on trying to use
>>> Interfaces in AS 2.0. They are more restrictive than Interfaces in
>>> Java, and they don't work well for trying to set up "pseudo multiple
>>> I ran into the same problem you did with the constructor. It also
>>> annoys me that you can't define properties in an Interface.
>> Well you *could* do it at some time with MTASC, but some people where
>> not happy because it was not compatible with MMC. Don't worry, you
>> can define properties in haXe interfaces ;)
> It wasn't that it was incompatible with MMC, is was that it was
> incompatible with the ECMAScript spec.
Well, AS2 and even AS3 are only "based on" ECMAScript. They have
incompatibities of their own.
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