Overridable method called during object construction
Reports calls to overridable methods of the current class during object construction.
A method is called during object construction if it is inside a:
Non-static instance initializer
Non-static field initializer
Methods are overridable if they are not declared as
private. Package-local methods are considered safe, even though they are overridable. Such calls may result in subtle bugs, as object initialization may happen before the method call.
This inspection shares the functionality with the following inspections:
Abstract method called during object construction
Overridden method called during object construction
Only one inspection should be enabled at once to prevent warning duplication.
IntelliJ IDEA 2023.3, Qodana for JVM 2023.3