deprecatedName

@param @deprecatedInheritance("Scheduled for being final in the future", "2.13.0") class deprecatedName(name: String, since: String) extends StaticAnnotation

An annotation that designates that the name of a parameter is deprecated.

Using this name in a named argument generates a deprecation warning.

Library authors should state the library's deprecation policy in their documentation to give developers guidance on how long a deprecated name will be preserved.

Library authors should prepend the name of their library to the version number to help developers distinguish deprecations coming from different libraries:

def inc(x: Int, @deprecatedName("y", "FooLib 12.0") n: Int): Int = x + n inc(1, y = 2)

will produce the following warning:

warning: the parameter name y is deprecated (since FooLib 12.0): use n instead inc(1, y = 2) ^
class Object
trait Matchable
class Any

Value members

Deprecated constructors

@deprecated("The parameter name should be a String, not a symbol.", "2.13.0")
def this(name: Symbol, since: String)
Deprecated
Source
deprecatedName.scala
@deprecated("The parameter name should be a String, not a symbol.", "2.13.0")
def this(name: Symbol)
Deprecated
Source
deprecatedName.scala