Re: [RFC] Mixed Typehint

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December 19, 2017 23:06 bensor987@neuf.fr ("Benoit Schildknecht")
Le Tue, 19 Dec 2017 04:34:24 +0100, Michael Moravec net@majkl578.cz=
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> Hello internals, > > I'd like to propose and discuss Mixed Typehint RFC for PHP 7.3: > https://wiki.php.net/rfc/mixed-typehint > > The purpose of this RFC is to introduce "mixed" typehint on language =
> level > to be used > as a valid typehint. PHP currently forces users to not use any type in= =
> case > the > type is mixed/unclear. This makes code inconsistent and less explicit.= =
> With > mixed, > it should be easy to eliminate this inconsistency and achieve fully ty= pe
> hinted code. > It's a simple alias for the current behavior of no type and is fully > interchangeable. > This is mostly cosmetic change, no BC break to user-land is involved. > > This RFC comes with a rather simple PR: > https://github.com/php/php-src/pull/2603 > > Please let me know what you think or if you find anything unclear. > > Thanks! > Michael Moravec
It would be a +1 for me. Typehinting "mixed" tells way more than no = typehinting at all. Because legacy code.