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Patch property006.phpt for Scripting Engine problem Bug #60536

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Introducing new private variables of the same name in a subclass is ok, and does not lead to any output. That is consitent with normal inheritance handling.
error_reporting(E_ALL | E_STRICT);

class Base {
  private $hello;    

trait THello1 {
  private $hello;

// Now we use the trait, which happens to introduce another private variable
// but they are distinct, and not related to each other, so no warning.
class SameNameInSubClassNoNotice extends Base {
    use THello1;

// now the same with a class that defines the property itself,
// that should give the expected strict warning.

class Notice extends Base {
    use THello1;
    private $hello;

Strict Standards: Notice and THello1 define the same property ($hello) in the composition of Notice. This might be incompatible, to improve maintainability consider using accessor methods in traits instead. Class was composed in %s on line %d
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