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[BUG] Interface inheritance only works in same project #650

BenjaminAbt opened this Issue Apr 14, 2019 · 0 comments


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BenjaminAbt commented Apr 14, 2019

Describe the bug

The goal is to use interface inheritance from refit interfaces.

This only works if all interfaces are in one project.
However, the following error occurs if the interfaces are not in the same project:

'AutoGeneratedITestRestClient' does not implement interface member 'IBaseRestClient.GetVersion()' Base.UnitTests

Project Base

public interface IBaseRestClient
    HttpClient Client { get; }

    Task<string> GetVersion();

Project Base.UnitTests

public interface ITestRestClient : IBaseRestClient
    Task<string> Test();

Generate Stubs:
GetVersion is missing here, but will be generated if in the same project.

/// <inheritdoc />
partial class AutoGeneratedITestRestClient : ITestRestClient
    /// <inheritdoc />
    public HttpClient Client { get; protected set; }
    readonly IRequestBuilder requestBuilder;

    /// <inheritdoc />
    public AutoGeneratedITestRestClient(HttpClient client, IRequestBuilder requestBuilder)
        Client = client;
        this.requestBuilder = requestBuilder;

    /// <inheritdoc />
    Task<string> ITestRestClient.Test()
        var arguments = new object[] {  };
        var func = requestBuilder.BuildRestResultFuncForMethod("Test", new Type[] {  });
        return (Task<string>)func(Client, arguments);

Expected behavior
Stub should have all methods, even if inherited interfaces are located in different projects.

Sample Project

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