+keyPathsForValuesAffecting<Key> in Swift 4 won't trigger a KVO callback in <Key> when the specified keypaths change

Number:rdar://32700827 Date Originated:11/06/2017
Status:Open Resolved:Duplicate of 32593787
Product:Swift Product Version:4
Classification:Bug Reproducible:Always
Steps to Reproduce:
Download the project "KVOObservationTestSwift" project attached and open it in Xcode 9, run it in the iOS simulator.

MyObject specifies "isReady" as a keyPath whose change affects `\MyObject.name`. Click the "Button" button on the simulator. That button tap flips the value of `isReady` on a `MyObject` instance. This should trigger a KVO callback on ViewController, but it doesn't.

Expected Results:
Changing values on keypaths specified by the class methods keyPathsForValuesAffecting<Key> on Swift 4 should actually trigger KVO notifications for <Key> when the returned keypaths are changed.

Observed Results:
Keypaths defined in keyPathsForValuesAffecting<Key> methods on Swift 4 do not trigger a change on <Key> when the returned keypaths are changed.

Xcode Version 9.0 beta (9M136h)
Swift 4

If instead of using + keyPathsForValuesAffecting<Key> you return the keypaths from the keyPathsForValuesAffectingValue(forKey:) method, it works correctly.

Attached you can find test projects in Swift and Objective-C.


The function needs to be marked @objc

Yeah, they responded to me. There still seems to be an inconsistency with how it works. It's been marked as a duplicate of 32593787.

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