Solidity 0.6.11 更新

Solidity 0.6.11 更新:

Solidity v0.6.11
adds inheritance to NatSpec comments, improves debugging data output and fixes some minor issues with opening up calldata
for non-external functions.

Notable New Features

NatSpec Inheritance and on Events

NatSpec comments are a way to describe the behaviour of a function to end-users. It also allows to provide more detailed information to developers.
One regular use-case is that you document the behaviour of an interface and then implement the interface in a derived contract. Previously, you had to repeat the documentation in the derived contract. This is now obsolete: The compiler will automatically inherit the documentation of the base function if the derived function does not provide any NatSpec tag.

If you provide any of the tags ( @param
, @dev
, …), then nothing will be inherited. The next release will provide a feature to explicitly inherit from a certain base also in that case, so stay tuned!
Furhermore, NatSpec is now supported on events.

// SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT
pragma solidity ^0.6.11;
interface Gathering {
  /// The address `participant` just registered for the gathering.
  event Registered(address participant);

  /// Registers `msg.sender` to take part in the gathering.
  function register() external;

contract MyGathering is Gathering {
  mapping(address => bool) public participants;

  function register() public override {
    participants[msg.sender] = true;
    emit Registered(msg.sender);

The derived contract MyGathering
in the example code above will produce the following userdoc:

    "events": {
        "Registered(address)": {
            "notice": "The address `participant` just registered for the gathering."
    "kind": "user",
    "methods": {
        "register()": {
            "notice": "Registers `msg.sender` to take part in the gathering."
    "version": 1

Unit Denomination gwei

You can now use gwei
as a unit denomination alongside wei
, szabo
, finney
and ether

reqire(msg.value >= 10 gwei);