Sharp Corners: IList<T>.IsReadOnly != IList.IsReadOnly

Here’s a “sharp corner” of sorts, though it’s with the BCL rather than the C# language. It turns out that the property IsReadOnly changed meanings from IList to IList<T>. As of this writing, it’s unclear whether this change in meaning was intentional; the MSDN documentation for both properties is identical (and ambiguous).

[TestMethod]
public void IListOfT_IsReadOnly_IsDifferentThan_IList_IsReadOnly()
{
    int[] array = new[] { 13 };
    IList<int> generic = array;
    System.Collections.IList nongeneric = array;

    Assert.AreNotEqual(generic.IsReadOnly, nongeneric.IsReadOnly);
}