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Bug #27063 SPL: ArrayObject does not handle PPP correctly
Submitted: 2004-01-27 13:47 UTC Modified: 2004-04-25 13:15 UTC
From: adam at trachtenberg dot com Assigned: helly (profile)
Status: Closed Package: Scripting Engine problem
PHP Version: 5.0.0RC2 OS: *
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2004-01-27 13:47 UTC] adam at trachtenberg dot com
The ArrayObject class does not correctly set protected 
and private property names.

Reproduce code:
class Test {
	public $public = 'Public';
	protected $protected = 'Protected';
	private $private = 'Private';


foreach (new ArrayObject(new Test) as $property => $value) {
	print "$property: $value\n";

Expected result:
public: Public
protected: Protected
private: Private

Actual result:
public: Public
*protected: Protected
Testprivate: Private


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 [2004-01-27 13:55 UTC] adam at trachtenberg dot com
Upon further thought, it's unclear to me if Protected 
and Private properties should be displayed at all. 
Technically, the ArrayObject class has no legal way to 
access non-public properties as it is neither the class 
nor a child, but that may limit its usefulness.
 [2004-01-27 14:05 UTC]
It should simply respect property visibility.
 [2004-02-05 16:56 UTC]
See comment on #26946
 [2004-04-22 22:16 UTC]
Here's a patch to fix the open SPL issues:
It would be nice to have it tested prior to comitting it after RC2.
 [2004-04-25 13:15 UTC]
This bug has been fixed in CVS.

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