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From "Mauro Molinari (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Created] (GROOVY-8453) @TupleConstructor ignoring inherited standard Java Beans properties
Date Fri, 19 Jan 2018 12:13:00 GMT
Mauro Molinari created GROOVY-8453:

             Summary: @TupleConstructor ignoring inherited standard Java Beans properties
                 Key: GROOVY-8453
             Project: Groovy
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: ast builder
    Affects Versions: 2.4.13
            Reporter: Mauro Molinari

Consider this (it can be pasted on the Groovy console):

import groovy.transform.TupleConstructor

public class Foobar {
  private Long id;
  public Long getId() \{ return; }
  public void setId(Long id) \{ = id; }

class Ext extends Foobar {
  String foo

Ext.constructors.each {
    println it
println 'end'
The result is just:

public Ext(java.lang.String)
public Ext()

But {{id}} is a property (as per the Java Bean conventions) and I would expect it to be present
in the generated constructors for {{Ext}}.

If I replace {{includeSuperProperties=true}} with {{includeSuperFields=true}}, I get the expected

public Ext()
public Ext(java.lang.Long)
public Ext(java.lang.Long,java.lang.String)

But in more complex cases, {{includeSuperFields=true}} will include unwanted fields that are
not actually properties.

Discussing this on the users mailing list with Paul King, here is his feedback:

I think @Builder and @ToString originally had similar issues and we added an `allProperties`
attribute with default true. Perhaps that is needed here too

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