Re: [PHP-DEV] Changing the default value of SQLite3::enableExceptions()

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May 18, 2019 23:47 kalle@php.net (Kalle Sommer Nielsen)
Hi

Den fre. 17. maj 2019 kl. 23.20 skrev Robert Kopack <rkopack@tenable.com>:
> > I feel like changing the default value of $enableExceptions to TRUE > makes more sense since that is what you would expect from the original > function call as it stands and is the least breakage of anything > already existing (since making it a required variable would throw > ArgumentCountError for any existing code). > > WRT the PR you mentioned (since it's my own), do you think it would be > better to change the current toggleExtendedResultCodes to > enableExtendedResultCodes and have a similar function prototype to > enableExceptions? I didn't consider that when I wrote my changes (to > be honest I don't use the sqlite3 class directly so I didn't know > about it, I only used the pdo_sqlite layer above it).
I thought about proposing that, but I wanted to run this issue by internals first to hear others thoughts on the matter. I definitely think consistency is something we should embrace more and thinking about it for a day then I do think we should keep the naming similar, but avoid a design like SQLite3::enableExceptions(). -- regards, Kalle Sommer Nielsen kalle@php.net