Unchecked Type Conversion best practice

November 5, 2009

A couple of months ago, we started using the Murray-Rust group meetings to perform code review. It’s been interesting – sometimes we look at fairly low level idioms, sometimes at more fundamental refactoring and design issues. I’m particularly pleased that the tone has remained constructive, even when PM-R took centre stage last week.

Occasionally we stumble across an issue for which there is no established or widely accepted best practice. One of the things that came up recently was what you should do about the “Unchecked Type Conversion” warning that appear when you try to shoehorn a 1.4 library into 1.5 code that’s expecting generics. I should probably have posted it myself, but Joe has done me the service of recording the results of our discussion and research.

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