php.net |  support |  documentation |  report a bug |  advanced search |  search howto |  statistics |  random bug |  login
Request #66900 Object initializers
Submitted: 2014-03-13 18:15 UTC Modified: 2017-09-21 08:37 UTC
From: eldmannen+php at gmail dot com Assigned:
Status: Suspended Package: Scripting Engine problem
PHP Version: Irrelevant OS:
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
View Add Comment Developer Edit
Welcome! If you don't have a Git account, you can't do anything here.
You can add a comment by following this link or if you reported this bug, you can edit this bug over here.
(description)
Block user comment
Status: Assign to:
Package:
Bug Type:
Summary:
From: eldmannen+php at gmail dot com
New email:
PHP Version: OS:

 

 [2014-03-13 18:15 UTC] eldmannen+php at gmail dot com
Description:
------------
Object initializers provides a more convenient way of initializing public fields and properties of an object.

Test script:
---------------
class Person
{
    public $name;
    public $age;
}

$person = new Person {
    name = "John Doe",
    age = 39
};

print_r($person);

Expected result:
----------------
Person Object
(
    [name] => John Doe
    [age] => 39
)

Actual result:
--------------
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '{'

Patches

Add a Patch

Pull Requests

Add a Pull Request

History

AllCommentsChangesGit/SVN commitsRelated reports
 [2017-09-21 08:37 UTC] cmb@php.net
-Status: Open +Status: Suspended
 [2017-09-21 08:37 UTC] cmb@php.net
Thank you for your interest in PHP and for submitting a feature request. Please
be aware that due to the magnitude of change this request requires, it would be
necessary to discuss it on PHP Internals list (internals@lists.php.net) as an
RFC. Please read the guide about creating RFCs here:
<https://wiki.php.net/rfc/howto>. If you haven't had experience with writing
RFCs before, it is advised to seek guidance on the Internals list
(<http://php.net/mailing-lists.php>) and/or solicit help from one of the
experienced developers. 

Please do not consider this comment as a negative view on the merits of your
proposal – every proposal which requires changes of certain magnitude, even the
very successful and widely supported ones, must be done through the RFC process.
This helps make the process predictable, transparent and accessible to all
developers.
 
PHP Copyright © 2001-2017 The PHP Group
All rights reserved.
Last updated: Sun Nov 19 01:31:42 2017 UTC