On Thursday, March 26, 2020 6:19 PM Guilliam Xavier email@example.com> wrote:
>> If the concat operator is not overloaded, the behavior is like now, and the objects are converted implicitly to strings (so $a . $b actually means (string) $a . (string) $b).
>> Furthermore an notice is triggered, hinting the user that he could overload the concat operator. (Maybe here a different message than for the other operators would be useful).
> I fear that "hint" notice could break Symfony apps... Couldn't you just not trigger it in this case?
Yes this would be possible and I think that it might be reasonable to omit the notice in this case (maybe only if the objects really implement a __toString).
What do others think about this?