Re: FFI class introduces non-standard method types (can be called statically and non-statically)

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July 4, 2019 20:00 phpnews@kennel17.co.uk ("Mark Clements \(HappyDog\)")
""Mark Clements (HappyDog)"" <phpnews@kennel17.co.uk> wrote in message 
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> [SUMMARISED] > The new FFI class that has been introduced in PHP 7.4 [1]. > has bivalent methods, which is not allowed in userland code and > is therefore introducing an inconsistency in the language. > [SEE ORIGINAL POST FOR FULL DETAILS]
I've not had a response to this post. Is it something that would be better posted to the issue tracker? The reason for posting here was to get some community feedback on this PHP oddity and to try and resolve the weirdness before it gets an official release and then becomes a BC issue. Kind regards, - Mark Clements (HappyDog)