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Class name 'internal' breaks class hierarchy in C++ (Origin: bugzilla #771344) #6068

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doxygen opened this Issue Jul 2, 2018 · 0 comments

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doxygen commented Jul 2, 2018

status RESOLVED severity normal in component general for ---
Reported in version 1.8.11 on platform Other
Assigned to: Dimitri van Heesch

On 2016-09-13 07:21:01 +0000, Martin Beran wrote:

I have a C++ class hierarchy:

class generic {};
class internal: public generic {};
class timeout: public internal {};
class req_timeout: public timeout {};

Doxygen shows it broken at class internal as:
generic <- internal, timeout <- req_timeout
That is, class internals is reported as not having a derived class (timeout) and class timeout is reported without its base class (internal).

If class internal is renamed to internal_error, the hierarchy becomes correct:
generic <- internal_error <- timeout <- req_timeout

On 2016-09-18 16:00:12 +0000, albert wrote:

I've just pushed a proposed patch to github (pull request 523)

On 2016-09-20 18:03:36 +0000, albert wrote:

Code has been integrated in the master on github

On 2016-12-29 18:45:46 +0000, Dimitri van Heesch wrote:

This bug was previously marked ASSIGNED, which means it should be fixed in
doxygen version 1.8.13. Please verify if this is indeed the case. Reopen the
bug if you think it is not fixed and please include any additional information
that you think can be relevant (preferably in the form of a self-contained example).

On 2017-01-02 08:40:04 +0000, Martin Beran wrote:

(In reply to Dimitri van Heesch from comment # 3)

This bug was previously marked ASSIGNED, which means it should be fixed in
doxygen version 1.8.13. Please verify if this is indeed the case.

Yes, it seems to be fixed. The example of failed hierarchy in 1.8.12 generates the correct class hierarchy now in 1.8.13.

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