The test version which you made available in the "https://www.tmssoftware.com/site/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=13009&title=possible-concurrency-issue-in-fixinsight" thread throws unexpected W525 "Missing INHERITED call in constructor" warnings.
In one module we have a class with an additional constructor, like:
Missing INHERITED call in constructor
The warning is shown for the alternative constructor even though there is nothing to inherit from.
It looks like the rule is applied to every constructor. I can understand the reasoning behind it. Wouldn't it be better to apply this rule only when a constructor actually overrides its parent?
Or should we just turn the warning off on this line, because we know that the parent constructor is called indirectly?