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Created attachment 1040 [details]
Project, class files, and interface reproducing the problem
I have a generic partial class where interfaces that the generic type must satisfy are specified with the "where" keyword. To be able to call any of the functions in those interfaces, the "where" block must be specified on every instance of the partial class. In Visual Studio it's OK to specify the "where" block on only one instance of the partial class. If I do this in MonoDevelop, the compiler reports:
Error CS1061: Type `T' does not contain a definition for `SomeInterfaceFunction' and no extension method `SomeInterfaceFunction' of type `T' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?).
See the attached project.
My software versions are:
Mono 2.10.6 (tarball Fri Sep 16 00:13:06 EDT 2011)
Already fixed in master
If a bug is fixed in master, when will it typically make it into the released product?