czw., 13 lut 2020 o 10:48 Nikita Popov email@example.com> napisaÅ(a):
> Hi internals,
> This has been discussed a while ago already, now as a proper proposal:
> tl;dr is that it allows you to get token_get_all() output as an array of
> PhpToken objects. This reduces memory usage, improves performance, makes
> code more uniform and readable... What's not to like?
> An open question is whether (at least to start with) PhpToken should be
> just a data container, or whether we want to add some helper methods to it.
> If this generates too much bikeshed, I'll drop methods from the proposal.
I really like the RFC itself and got only one question regarding the class
which I couldn't find an answer in RFC.
Why PHP prefix in PhpToken class name?
Why can't we go with Token class name alone without the prefix?
The only one which includes PHP in class names so far are only:
Above taken from https://www.php.net/manual/en/reserved.classes.php