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Equals

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Generate Equals, GetHashCode and operators methods from properties for class decorated with a [Equals] Attribute.

This is an add-in for Fody

It is expected that all developers using Fody either become a Patron on OpenCollective, or have a Tidelift Subscription. See Licensing/Patron FAQ for more information.

Usage

See also Fody usage.

NuGet installation

Install the Equals.Fody NuGet package and update the Fody NuGet package:

PM> Install-Package Fody
PM> Install-Package Equals.Fody

The Install-Package Fody is required since NuGet always defaults to the oldest, and most buggy, version of any dependency.

Add to FodyWeavers.xml

Add <Equals/> to FodyWeavers.xml

<Weavers>
  <Equals/>
</Weavers>

Your Code

[Equals]
public class Point
{
    public int X { get; set; }
    
    public int Y { get; set; }
    
    [IgnoreDuringEquals]
    public int Z { get; set; }
    
    [CustomEqualsInternal]
    bool CustomLogic(Point other)
    {
        return Z == other.Z || Z == 0 || other.Z == 0;
    }
    
    public static bool operator ==(Point left, Point right) => Operator.Weave(left, right);
    public static bool operator !=(Point left, Point right) => Operator.Weave(left, right);
}

[Equals]
public class CustomGetHashCode
{
    public int X { get; set; }

    [IgnoreDuringEquals]
    public int Z { get; set; }

    [CustomGetHashCode]
    int CustomGetHashCodeMethod()
    {
        return 42;
    }
    
    public static bool operator ==(CustomGetHashCode left, CustomGetHashCode right) => Operator.Weave(left, right);
    public static bool operator !=(CustomGetHashCode left, CustomGetHashCode right) => Operator.Weave(left, right);
}

Note:

  • unless you specify [Equals(DoNotAddEqualityOperators = true)], you must always add the == and != method stubs with the Operator.Weave() implementation (if you want to know why, see #10).
  • adding the == and != operators will result in compiler warnings CS0660 and CS0661, which tell you to implement custom Equals and GetHashCode implementations. Equals.Fody is doing this for you, but after the compiler runs. To suppress the false-positives you can either do so
    • per project, by adding <PropertyGroup><NoWarn>CS0660;CS0661</NoWarn></PropertyGroup> to the project file
    • per source file, by adding #pragma warning disable CS0660, CS0661.
  • implementing a custom hash code method (marked by [CustomGetHashCode]) is optional.

What gets compiled

public class Point : IEquatable<Point>
{
    public int X { get; set; }

    public int Y { get; set; }

    public int Z { get; set; }
    
    bool CustomLogic(Point other)
    {
        return Z == other.Z || Z == 0 || other.Z == 0;
    }

    public static bool operator ==(Point left, Point right)
    {
        return object.Equals((object)left, (object)right);
    }

    public static bool operator !=(Point left, Point right)
    {
        return !object.Equals((object)left, (object)right);
    }

    static bool EqualsInternal(Point left, Point right)
    {
        return left.X == right.X && left.Y == right.Y && leftt.CustomLogic(right);
    }

    public virtual bool Equals(Point right)
    {
        return !object.ReferenceEquals((object)null, (object)right) && (object.ReferenceEquals((object)this, (object)right) || Point.EqualsInternal(this, right));
    }

    public override bool Equals(object right)
    {
        return !object.ReferenceEquals((object)null, right) && (object.ReferenceEquals((object)this, right) || this.GetType() == right.GetType() && Point.EqualsInternal(this, (Point)right));
    }

    public override int GetHashCode()
    {
        return unchecked(this.X.GetHashCode() * 397 ^ this.Y.GetHashCode());
    }
}

public class CustomGetHashCode : IEquatable<CustomGetHashCode>
{
    public int X { get; set; }

    public int Z { get; set; }

    int CustomGetHashCodeMethod()
    {
        return 42;
    }

    static bool EqualsInternal(CustomGetHashCode left, CustomGetHashCode right)
    {
        return left.X == right.X;
    }

    public override bool Equals(CustomGetHashCode other)
    {
        return !object.ReferenceEquals(null, other) && (object.ReferenceEquals(this, other) || CustomGetHashCode.EqualsInternal(this, other));
    }

    public override bool Equals(object obj)
    {
        return !object.ReferenceEquals(null, obj) && (object.ReferenceEquals(this, obj) || (base.GetType() == obj.GetType() && CustomGetHashCode.EqualsInternal(this, (CustomGetHashCode)obj)));
    }

    public override int GetHashCode()
    {
        return (this.X.GetHashCode() * 397) ^ this.CustomGetHashCodeMethod();
    }

    public static bool operator ==(CustomGetHashCode left, CustomGetHashCode right)
    {
        return object.Equals(left, right);
    }

    public static bool operator !=(CustomGetHashCode left, CustomGetHashCode right)
    {
        return !object.Equals(left, right);
    }
}

Configurability

Through properties on the [Equals] attribute the following options can be set:

  • DoNotAddEqualityOperators => do not weave == and != operators
  • DoNotAddGetHashCode => do not override the int GetHashCode() methods
  • DoNotAddEquals => do not override the bool Equals(object other) method, do not add and implement IEquatable<T>
  • IgnoreBaseClassProperties => equality and hash code do not consider properties of base classes.
  • TypeCheck can be used to affect the equality logic.
    • ExactlyTheSameTypeAsThis (default): only equal, when the other object is of the same type as this. Imagine we have a class Foo with [Equals] and we have a sub-class Bar : Foo:
      • Foo may equal Foo
      • Bar may equal Bar
      • but Foo may never equal Bar
    • ExactlyOfType: only equal, when the other object is of the same as the method is added to. Consider a class Foo with [Equals(TypeCheck = ExactlyOfType)] and a sub-class Bar : Foo:
      • Foo may equal Foo
      • Bar may never equal Bar
      • Foo may never equal Bar
    • EqualsOrSubtype: equal, when the other object is of same type as the method is added to, or is of a sub type.

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