Hi, if there is function like that: `fun createFoo...
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Hi, if there is function like that:
fun createFooIntent() = Intent("foo").putExtra("foo", "bar")
method comes from java library, returns Intent and has no NonNull/Nullable annotations then kotlin IDE plugin raises a warning:
Declaration has type inferred from a platform call, which can lead to unchecked nullability issues...
. However, if that function is internal or private there is no such warning. Is this difference intended? Shouldn’t that warning be raised no matter what access modifier is?