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Request #76681 Make unserialize() handle a new "callback" option entry
Submitted: 2018-07-30 08:46 UTC Modified: 2018-07-31 21:08 UTC
Votes:3
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Reproduced:2 of 2 (100.0%)
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From: nicolas dot grekas+php at gmail dot com Assigned:
Status: Open Package: Scripting Engine problem
PHP Version: Next Minor Version OS:
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 [2018-07-30 08:46 UTC] nicolas dot grekas+php at gmail dot com
Description:
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Right now, the unserialize callback must be defined using an ini setting.
It would be more convenient to be able to set it via new option.
(This could potentially also allow setting it to a Closure?)

BEFORE:
$unserializeCallbackHandler = ini_set('unserialize_callback_func', 'my_unserialize_callback');
try {
    unserialize($value);
} finally {
    ini_set('unserialize_callback_func', $unserializeCallbackHandler);
}

AFTER:
unserialize($value, ['callback' => 'my_unserialize_callback']);



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 [2018-07-31 21:08 UTC] cmb@php.net
I think that needs to be discussed on internals@ (and might even
need an RFC).  Nicolas?
 
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