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Alessandro Crugnola on October 23, 2006 in php

PHP6?

Have you already play with PHP6?
Today I discovered the PHP6 CVS snapshots and I decided to take a look at it (still not tested).

I read some unhappy comment to the fact php want to put the Unicode settings into the php.ini, but if this change will make PHP faster  I would prefer in this way, expecially if unicode will be always set to on.
Is there a reason to put unicode support off in this world? (for example I haven't still understood why wxPython continues to releases both ansi and unicode builds...)
Finally register globals' PHP3 BC to go!
Namespaces. Maybe they will add namespace.. I really hope so! This is indeed one of the most awaited features for me! (read about a discussion on namespaces)
Support for delegates.


My big hope is also to see a "real" strict type language, but this is only my though.
Backward Compatibility. Well this could cause a flame for many developers but if they really want to make a solid new product from scratch probably they dont have to take care about BC.

Read more about the PHP6 Novermber meeting and all the proposals.
Download the PHP6 snapshot

 

 

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1 comments
"My big hope is also to see a "real" strict type language, but this is only my though." Did you ever take a look at haXe? (www.haxe.org)


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