Is there some kind of linter that will warn if a class is not annotated as public or internal? I know there's a KEEP somewhere about adding an explicit access mode to the compiler, but I don't think that's done yet.
08/16/2019, 12:12 AM
I think it was teased as "library" mode. It would require return types to be declared too. Do want.
08/16/2019, 1:02 AM
Same. Just went back to add internal to a bunch of constructors I missed only because I realized if I had done it earlier, an earlier change wouldn't have been breaking 😩
08/16/2019, 2:36 AM
Want to file a YouTrack?
This is something that the compiler engineers at Google could potentially pick up / help with since we want this for all our Kotlin libraries.