Signal.Connect and implicit callable do not work in C#

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:bust_in_silhouette: Asked By MiPec

I am trying to connect signal using Connect method (because of possibility to use deferred flag).
According to the code documentation for Connect method all below commands should work in C#. Unfortunately, I am not able to make examples 2, 4 and 5 work. Am I missing something?

Ex. 2 returns method group to callable conversion error
Ex 4,5 you can’t call anything else than += and -= on an event (the signal is auto-generated as event)

	var player = GetNode<Player>("Player");
	player.Died += OnPlayerDied; //1
	player.Connect(Player.SignalName.Died, OnPlayerDied); //2
	player.Connect(Player.SignalName.Died, new Callable(this, nameof(OnPlayerDied))); //3
	player.Died.Connect(OnPlayerDied); //4
	player.Died.Connect(new Callable(this, nameof(OnPlayerDied))); //5

I’m on Beta12 and it seems to suggest I have to append EventHandler to each delegate to get mine to work. So this works…

    [Signal] public delegate void SomethingEventHandler();
    <instance>.Something += OnSomething;

But if I want to use built-in signals I have to do it as your example 3.
I’m hoping they get the documentation up-to-date soon.

Satscape | 2023-01-17 09:28