År., 22 lip 2020 o 14:00 Derick Rethans <email@example.com> napisaÅ(a):
> Hi all,
> I know we've voted twice on this already, but are we really sure that
> the @@ syntax is a good idea?
> - There are lots of grumbles, both on here, room 11, as well as in the
> wider community (https://www.reddit.com/r/PHP/comments/hjpu79/it_is/)
> - It has the distinct possibility to cause further parsing issues, akin
> to what ended up happening with what Nikita is addressing at
> - There is no "end symbol" to make finding occurences easier.
> - It is a syntax *no other language* uses.
> - @ is never going to go away, so the possibility of @@ moving to @ is
> also 0.
> Please, let's do the sensible and use the Rusty #[...] syntax.
I agree with all the above arguments.
Is there a place (before feature-freeze) and a way to revote it?
What should be the procedure then?
Does it mean the RFC process has an issue and how could it be fixed?