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|0002061||Core Inform||Relations||public||2018-06-24 14:23||2018-06-24 14:30|
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|Summary||0002061: When declaring a thing with kind, relationships declared in sub-clause are reversed.|
|Description||All the declarations in the minimal reproduction should be equivalent.|
We declare Thing A without a kind, only a relationship.
We declare Thing B with a kind. Then we set the relationship in a new sentence.
We declare Thing C with a kind and relationship as sub-clause.
Grammatically I think Thing B and Thing C are equivalent.
When you run the source, you see that Thing C is also an "animal". e.g. Inform has determined that Mr Socks is owned by Thing C, and therefore the latter is an animal. Running `relations` confirms the mistake.
|Minimal Source Text To Reproduce|
Ownership relates various things to one animal. The verb to be owned by means the ownership relation. Thing A is owned by Mr Socks. Thing B is a thing. It is owned by Mr Socks. Thing C is a thing owned by Mr Socks. [Thing C is a thing which is owned by Mr Socks.] [Alternate & equivalent phrasing for Thing C] The Garden of Confusing Relationships is a room. All the animals are in the garden.
|Additional Information||If you substitute a built-in relation, this works as expected, e.g.:|
Thing A is worn by Mr Socks.
Thing B is a thing. It is worn by Mr Socks.
Thing C is a thing worn by Mr Socks.
All the Things are now worn by Mr Socks and not the other way around.
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|Effect||(serious/mild) Game compiles but misbehaves|
Switching the relationship from M-1 to 1-M fixes it:
Ownership relates one animal to various things.
The verb to belong to means the reversed ownership relation.
The verb to own means the ownership relation.
Thing A is owned by Mr Socks.
Thing B is a thing. It is owned by Mr Socks.
Thing C is a thing which is owned by Mr Socks.
[OR the following
Thing A belongs to Mr Socks.
Thing B is a thing. It belongs to Mr Socks.
Thing C is a thing which belongs to Mr Socks. ]
This behaves as expected
|2018-06-24 14:23||hakim||New Issue|
|2018-06-24 14:30||hakim||Note Added: 0004783|
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