In Eiffel (to the best of my knowledge), a class B that inherits from a parent class A has access to all features of A. So far this hasn't bothered me at all, to the point that I often change my private functions in C# to protected.
But recently, as I was writing Eiffel programs to practice SCOOP, it occurred to me that I must now write a lot more features than I would before.
It's been quite some time since my last blog entry. I must confess: I abandoned Eiffel as my language of choice for a little while, to do some C++ and C#. It turns out that after I left my employer, I started working on a project of mine, with the firm intention to achieve it, make it professional but also to finish it fast.