Re: [PHP-DEV] [RFC] Deprecate dynamic properties

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August 25, 2021 11:05 office.hamzaahmad@gmail.com (Hamza Ahmad)
HI Nikita,

What if you consider this instead? Rather allowing STD class as an
exception to dynamic properties, why not introduce STDAbstract?
```php
interface STDClassInterface
{
public function __get(string $name) : mixed;
public function __set(string $name, mixed $value = null) : mixed;
/* * other magic methods */
};
abstract class STDClassAbstract implements STDClassInterface {/* *
interface methods */}
Class STDClass extends SDTClassAbstract{}
``

Best
Hamza

On 8/25/21, Rowan Tommins collins@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 25/08/2021 11:02, Nikita Popov wrote: >> I'd like to propose the deprecation of "dynamic properties", that is >> properties that have not been declared in the class (stdClass and >> __get/__set excluded, of course): >> >> https://wiki.php.net/rfc/deprecate_dynamic_properties > > > This is a bold move, and in principle seems sensible, although I'm > slightly scared how many places will need fixing in legacy code bases. > > I have a couple of concerns with using stdClass as the opt-in mechanism: > > * The name of that class already leads to a lot of confusion about its > purpose - it's not actually "standard" in any way, and new users seeing > it as a base class are even more likely to mistake it as some kind of > "universal ancestor". Would it be feasible to introduce an alias like > "DynamicObject" which more clearly defines its role? > > * Adding a parent to an existing class isn't always possible, if it > already inherits from something else. Perhaps the behaviour could also > be available as a trait, which defined stub __get and __set methods, > allowing for the replacement of the internal implementation as you've > described? > > > Regards, > > -- > Rowan Tommins > [IMSoP] > > -- > PHP Internals - PHP Runtime Development Mailing List > To unsubscribe, visit: https://www.php.net/unsub.php > >