My goal here is to reuse a method from a class
A, but I don't want to use all the methods of this class, just one.
I've tried to use these 2 functions
superclass inside my new class
B, but all methods from class
A (variables and perhaps other elements I don't know about...) are also accessible on class
My question : It's possible to use just the method you want without copying them all ?
Methods don't exist except when bound to a class (or instance object, if it was created with
oo::objdefine); the basic C API doesn't give you a way to make a method that isn't bound (well, it does but only to support making constructors and destructors; unbound methods are in a partially-defined state). That binding is part of why methods really aren't procedures (though they share a lot of things).
To share a method, put it in its own class (with whatever minimal supporting declarations it needs) and mix it into the classes that want to share it. Or define a
forward, if that makes more sense in your situation. Or just copy the definition (the result of
info class definition is intended to be easily usable that sort of way).