Boot Configurators Only: C# 9.0 Draft Spec (2023)

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Summary

This proposal adds the concept of init-only properties and indexers to C#. These properties and indexers can be set at object creation point, but are effectively setreceiveonly after the creation of the object is complete. This allows for a much more flexible immutable model in C#.

Motivation

The underlying mechanisms for creating immutable data in C# have not changed since 1.0. remain:

  1. Declare fields asread-only.
  2. Declare properties that contain only onereceiveaccessory

While these mechanisms allow the construction of immutable data, they do so by adding cost to type boilerplate code and excluding such types of functions as object and collection initializers. This means developers have to choose between ease of use and immutability.

A simple immutable object likePointrequires twice as much boiler plate code to support the construction as to declare the type. The larger the type, the higher the cost of this boiler plate:

struct Point{ public int X { get; } public int Y { get; } public point (int x, int y) { this.X = x; this.Y = and; }}

IsdarinThe accessor makes immutable objects more flexible by allowing the caller to mutate members during the construction process. This means that the object's immutable properties can participate in object initializers, eliminating the need for any boilerplate constructors on the type. HePointType is now simple:

struct Point{ public int X { get; in this; } public int Y { get; in this; }}

The consumer can use object initializers to create the object.

var p = new point() { X = 42, Y = 13 };

Detailed design

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An init-only property (or indexer property) is declared withdarinaccessories insteadput downAccessory:

class student { public string FirstName { get; in this; } public string lastname { get; in this; }}

An instance property that contains onedarinThe accessor is considered configurable under the following circumstances, except when it is a local or Lambda function:

  • During an object initializer
  • during oneconexpression initializer
  • Inside an instance constructor of the containing or derived type, inIt isÖBase
  • WithindarinShareholder of a property, inIt isÖBase
  • Using internal attributes with named parameters

The earlier times when thedarinAccess methods are configurable and are collectively referred to in this document as the construction phase of the object.

This means thatStudentThe class can be used in the following ways:

var s = new Student(){ FirstName = "Jared", LastName = "Parosns",};s.LastName = "Parsons"; // Error: LastName no se puede configurar

The rules whendarinAccess methods are configurable and span type hierarchies. If the member is accessible and the object is known to be in the construction phase, the member is configurable. In particular, this allows:

Class Base{ public bool Value { get; in this; }}class Derived : Base{ public Derived() { // Not allowed with get only properties, but allowed with init Value = true; }}Class Usage{ void Example() { var d = new Derived() { Value = true }; }}

at point adarinWhen the accessor is invoked, the instance is known to be in the open creation phase. Therefore adarinThe accessor can perform the following actions in addition to what it normally doesput downAccessor can do the following:

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  1. call someone elsedarinAccessories available fromIt isÖBase
  2. Assign toread-onlyFields declared of the same type viaIt is
class complex{ read-only int Field1; int field2; int Prop1 { get; in this; } int Prop2 { get => 42; start {field1 = 13; // ok Field2 = 13; // good Prop1 = 13; // So } }}

The ability to assignread-onlyfields of adarinThe accessor is restricted to those fields that are declared to be of the same type as the accessor. Cannot be used to assignread-onlyFields in a base type. This rule ensures that type authors maintain control over their type's mutability behavior. Developers who do not want to usedarincannot be influenced by other types choosing everything, so:

class Base{ internal read-only field internal; Property int inner { get => Field; init => field = value; // ok } internal int OtherProperty { get; in this; }}Derived class: Base{ internal read-only int DerivedField; internal int DerivedProperty { get => DerivedField; init { derived field = 42; // good property = 0; // Good field = 13; // The error field is read-only } } public Derived() { Property = 42; // Good field = 13; // The error field is read-only }}

Ifdarinis used on a virtual property, all overrides must also be marked asdarin. Likewise, it is not possible to overwrite a simple oneput downcondarin.

class Base{ public virtual int Property { get; in this; }}Class C1: Base{ public override int Property { get; in this; }}class C2: Base{ // error: property must have init to override Base.Property public override int Property { get; Location; }}

AndinterfaceDeclaration can also participatedarinStyle initialization via the following pattern:

interfaz IPerson{ string Nombre { get; en eso; }} class Init{ void M<T>() where T : IPerson, new() { var local = new T() { Name = "Jared" }; local.Nombre = "Jraed"; // Fehler }}

Limitations of this function:

  • IsdarinAccessor can only be used on instance properties
  • A property cannot contain both: adarinjput downaccessory
  • All overrides of a property must existdarinif the base haddarin. This rule also applies to the implementation of the interface.

read-only structures

darinAccessors (both automatically implemented accessors and manually implemented accessors) are allowed on the properties ofread-only structures as wellread-onlyCharacteristics.darinAccess rights must not be markedread-onlyhimself, in bothread-onlyand not-read-only StructureThe type

read-only structure ReadonlyStruct1{ public int Prop1 { get; in this; } // Allowed}struct ReadonlyStruct2{ public readonly int Prop2 { get; in this; } // Allow public int Prop3 { get; read-only start; } // Mistake}

metadata encoding

PropertydarinAccessories are issued by defaultput downAccessor with return type marked with a modreq ofIsExternalInit. This is a new type that will have the following definition:

namespace System.Runtime.CompilerServices{ public sealed class IsExternalInit { }}

The compiler matches the type using the full name. It is not required to appear in the main library. If there are multiple types with that name, the compiler unbinds in the following order:

  1. The one defined in the project to be compiled.
  2. The one defined in corelib

If none of these are present, a type ambiguity error is thrown.

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Questions

breaking changes

One of the key pivots in coding this function will boil down to the following question:

Is it a binary interrupt change to replacedarinconput down?

substitutedarinconput downand thus making a property fully writable is never a source change on a non-virtual property. It just expands the set of scenarios in which the property can be written. The only questionable behavior is whether or not this is still a binary interrupt change.

If we want to changedarinAput downa binary compatible source and a change will then take us into modreq vs attributes below because it excludes modreqs as a solution. On the other hand, if this is not considered interesting, it will make the decision between modreq and attributed less effective.

resolutionThis scenario is not considered convincing by LDM.

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modreqs against attributes

The issuance strategy fordarinProperty accessors must choose between using attributes or modreqs when returning metadata. These have different tradeoffs that need to be considered.

Annotating a property set accessor with a modreq declaration means that CLI-compliant compilers will ignore the accessor unless it understands the modreq. This means that only compilers are aware of itdarinthe member will read. Compilers are not aware of thisdarinwill ignore thatput downaccessor and therefore does not inadvertently treat the property as read/write.

The disadvantage of modreq isdarinbecomes part of the binary signature of theput downAdd or remove accessoriesdarinThis breaks the binary compatibility of the application.

Using attributes to annotate theput downaccessor means only compilers that understand the attribute can restrict access to it. An unconscious compilerdarinit will see it as a simple read/write property and allow access.

On the surface, this would mean that this decision is a choice between additional security at the expense of binary compatibility. Going a little deeper into the added security isn't exactly what it sounds like. It does not protect against the following circumstances:

  1. reflection aboutpublicmembers
  2. The usage ofdynamic
  3. Compilers don't recognize modreqs

It should also be considered that when we complete the IL verification rules for .NET 5,darinIt will be one of those rules. This means that an additional application is obtained by simply checking compilers that emit verifiable IL.

The core languages ​​for .NET (C#, F#, and VB) will be updated to recognize themdarinSo the only realistic scenario here is when a C# 9 compiler failsdarinProperties and are seen by older toolsets like C#8, VB 15, etc... C#8. That's the tradeoff for considering binary compatibility.

UseThis discussion is primarily for members only, not fields. Whiledarin-Fields were rejected by LDM, it's still interesting to use them for the modreq vs. attribute. HedarinA relaxation of the existing constraints is characteristic of the fieldsread-only. That is, if we cast the fields asread-only+ an attribute, there is no risk of older compilers abusing the field because they would already recognize itread-only. So using a modreq here doesn't add any additional protection.

resolutionThe function uses a modreq to encode the propertydarinSetter. The compelling factors were (in no particular order):

  • Desire to keep older compilers from violatingdarinSemantics
  • I want to add or removedarinin onevirtualstatement orinterfaceboth a source and a binary breakout change.

There was also no significant support for removaldarinto be a binary compatible change he made the decision to use modreq directly.

init vs. Solo-Initial

There were three forms of syntax considered during our BOM meeting:

// 1. Use init int Option1 { get; in eso; }// 2. Use init setint Option2 { get; a series of beginnings; }// 3. Use initolyint Option3 { get; initially; }

resolutionThere was no syntax that was overwhelmingly preferred in LDM.

One point that drew a lot of attention was how the choice of syntax would affect our abilitydarinMembers as a general function in the future. Choosing option 1 would mean that it would be difficult to define a property using adarinStylereceivemethod in the future. Eventually it was decided that if we decided to go ahead with thatdarinMembers in the future, we can allowdarina modifier in the property access list, and an abbreviation for hisStarter-Set. In essence, the following two statements would be identical.

int property1 { get; in this; }int Property1 { get; starter set; }

It was decided to continuedarinas a separate accessor in the list of property accessors.

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False start warning

Consider the following scenario. A type declares adarinonly member not specified in the constructor. Should the code creating the object get a warning if it couldn't initialize the value?

At this point it is clear that the field is never set and therefore has many similarities to the initialization error warning.PrivateSo a warning would seem useful here?

However, this warning has significant disadvantages:

  1. Complicates the compatibility history of switchingread-onlyAdarin.
  2. It requires carrying additional metadata to specify the members that the caller should initialize.

If we think the general scenario of forcing object creators to get warnings/errors on certain fields has value here, then it probably makes sense as a general feature. There's no reason you should limit yourself to thatdarinmembers

resolutionThere is no indication of the consumption ofdarinfields and properties.

LDM wants to have a broader discussion on the idea of ​​required fields and properties. This can cause us to go back and reconsider our positiondarinMembers and Confirmation.

Allow init as a field modifier

In the same waydarincan serve as a property accessor, it could also serve as a label for fields to give them behavior similar to that ofdarinCharacteristics. This could allow the field to be assigned using type, derived types, or object initializers before construction is complete.

class student{ public init string firstname; public init string LastName;}var s = new Student(){ FirstName = "Jarde", LastName = "Parsons",}s.FirstName = "Jared"; // The FirstName error is read-only

In the metadata, these fields would be marked asread-onlyFields but with an additional attribute or modreq to indicate what they aredarinstyle fields.

resolutionLDM agrees that this proposal is solid, but overall the environment felt detached from the features. The decision was to just proceed withdarinproperties for now. This has reasonable flexibility as adarinProperty can mutate aread-onlyField in the property declaration type. This will be reconsidered if there is significant customer feedback justifying the scenario.

Allow init as a type modifier

In the same way theread-onlyA modifier can be applied to aStructureto automatically declare all fields asread-only, IsdarinOnly one modifier can be declared in aStructureÖClassautomatically mark all fields asdarin.This means that the following two type declarations are equivalent:

struct point { public init int X; public init int Y;}// vs init struct Point{ public int X; public int Y;}

resolutionThis feature is tooLindohere and it conflicts with theread-only structurefunction on which it is based. Heread-only structureThe trait is simple in the sense that it appliesread-onlyto all members: subject areas, methods, etc... Thelaunch structureThe function would only apply to properties. In fact, this causes users to get confused.

Given thedarinis only valid in certain aspects of a type, we reject the idea of ​​having it as a type modifier.

considerations

compatibility

IsdarinThe feature is designed to be compatible with existing onesreceiveproperties only. In particular, it should be a completely additive change in a propertyreceiveonly today, but you want more flexible semantics for object creation.

For example, consider the following type:

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classname { public string First { get; } public string Last { get; } public name (first string, last string) { First = first; last = last; }}

add to darinto these properties is a continuous change:

classname { public string First { get; in this; } public string Last { get; in this; } public name (first string, last string) { First = first; last = last; }}

driving test

If .NET Core decides to re-implement the IL check, the rules will need to be adjusted accordinglydarinMembers This needs to be included in the rule changes for non-mutating access toread-onlyData.

The IL verification rules should be divided into two parts:

  1. allowdarinFounding members aread-onlycampo.
  2. Determine when adarinMember can be called legally.

The first is a simple adjustment to the existing rules. The IL Verifier can be taught to recognizedarinmembers and from there all you have to do is thinkread-onlyfield configurableIt isin such a member.

The second rule is more complicated. In the simple case of object initializers, the rule is simple. It should be legal to calldarinMembers if the result of aneuThe expression is still on the stack. That is, until the value is stored in a local field or array element, or passed as an argument to another method, the call is still alloweddarinMembers This ensures that as soon as the result ofneuexpression is published to a named identifier (other thanIt is) then it is no longer legal to calldarinmembers

However, the most complicated case is when we mixdarinMembers, object initializers andWait. This can lead to the newly created object being temporarily elevated to a state machine and thus placed in a field.

var student = new student() { name = expected SomeMethod() };

Here is the result ofnew student()is heaved into a state machine as a field before the sentenceNameoccurs. The compiler must mark such elevated fields in a way that the IL checker understands that they are inaccessible to the user and therefore do not violate the intended semantics ofdarin.

home members

IsdarinThe modifier could be extended to apply to all members of the instance. This would generalize the conceptdarinduring object construction and allow types to declare helper methods that could participate in the construction process to be initializeddarinfields and properties.

Such members would have all restrictions that adarinAccessor does in this design. However, the need for this is debatable and can certainly be added in a future version of the language in a compatible way.

Generate three accessors

A possible implementation ofdarinproperties to dodarincompletely separate fromput down. This means that a property can potentially have three different accessors:receive,put down, jdarin.

This has the potential benefit of allowing the use of modreq to force the fix while maintaining binary compatibility. The implementation would be something like this:

  1. Anddarinthe accessor is always emitted if there is oneput down. If not defined by the developer, it is simply a reference toput down.
  2. The set of a property of an object initializer is always useddarinif it is present but relies on itput downif missing

This means a developer can always safely removedarina property.

The disadvantage of this design is that it only makes sense ifdarinesalwaysissued if there is oneput down. Language can not know ifdarinhas been deleted in the past, you must assume that it was, and hence thedarinmust always be issued. That would result in significant metadata expansion and just isn't worth the cost of compatibility here.

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NET Core is the future. With the planned release of a unified platform in 2020, . NET Core will replace . NET Framework.
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. NET Core vs . NET Framework.
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Cross-platform (OS platform): runs on Windows, Linux, and macOSRuns on Windows
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Dec 5, 2019

What is .NET Core called now? ›

In 2014, Microsoft introduced .NET Core as a cross-platform, open-source successor to .NET Framework. This new implementation of .NET kept the name .NET Core through version 3.1. The next version after .NET Core 3.1 was named .NET 5.

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