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// RUN: %clang_cc1 -fsyntax-only -verify -pedantic %s
@protocol NSObject
@interface NSObject <NSObject> {
@interface NSString : NSObject
void __setRetained(id *ivar, id value, NSObject **o) {
*ivar = value;
static NSString *_logProcessPrefix = 0;
void func() {
__setRetained(&_logProcessPrefix, _logProcessPrefix, &_logProcessPrefix);
@implementation NSObject (ScopeAdditions)
+ (void)setObjectLogProcessPrefix:(NSString *)processPrefix {
__setRetained(&_logProcessPrefix, processPrefix, &_logProcessPrefix);
@class Derived;
NSObject *ExternFunc (NSObject *filePath, NSObject *key);
typedef id FuncSignature (NSObject *arg1, Derived *arg2);
@interface Derived: NSObject
+ (void)registerFunc:(FuncSignature *)function; // expected-note{{passing argument to parameter 'function' here}}
void foo(void)
// GCC currently allows this (it has some fiarly new support for covariant return types and contravariant argument types).
// Since registerFunc: expects a Derived object as it's second argument, I don't know why this would be legal.
[Derived registerFunc: ExternFunc]; // expected-warning{{incompatible pointer types sending 'NSObject *(NSObject *, NSObject *)' to parameter of type 'FuncSignature *'}}
// rdar://10751015
@protocol NSCopying @end
@interface I
- (void) Meth : (id <NSCopying>)aKey; // expected-note {{passing argument to parameter 'aKey' here}}
@class ForwarClass; // expected-note 3 {{conformance of forward class 'ForwarClass' to protocol 'NSCopying' can not be confirmed}}
ForwarClass *Test10751015 (I* pi, ForwarClass *ns_forward) {
[pi Meth : ns_forward ]; // expected-warning {{sending 'ForwarClass *' to parameter of incompatible type 'id<NSCopying>'}}
id <NSCopying> id_ns = ns_forward; // expected-warning {{initializing 'id<NSCopying>' with an expression of incompatible type 'ForwarClass *'}}
return id_ns; // expected-warning {{returning 'id<NSCopying>' from a function with incompatible result type 'ForwarClass *'}}