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Release schedule (tentative)
June 18th PHP 8.0 Alpha 1
July 28th PHP 8.0 Feature freeze
December 3rd PHP 8.0 Release
Just-In-Time (JIT) Compiler
●
Compiles PHP code to x86 machine code
●
Performance improvements mostly apply to
math heavy code
Just-In-Time (JIT) Compiler
●
Compiles PHP code to x86 machine code
●
Performance improvements mostly apply to
math heavy code
●
Part of opcache:
– opcache.jit=on
– opcache.jit_buffer_size=128M
Attributes
<?php
/** @Entity */
class User {
/**
* @Id
* @Column(type="integer")
* @GeneratedValue
*/
private $id;
}
Attributes
<?php
use DoctrineORMAttributes as ORM;
<<ORMEntity>>
class User {
<<ORMId>>
<<ORMColumn("integer")>>
<<ORMGeneratedValue>>
private $id;
}
Attributes
<?php
use DoctrineORMAttributes as ORM;
<<ORMEntity>>
class User {
<<ORMId>>
<<ORMColumn("integer")>>
<<ORMGeneratedValue>>
private $id;
}
Class name
Constructor arguments
Attributes
<?php
namespace DoctrineORMAttributes;
use PhpAttribute;
<<PhpAttribute>>
class Column {
public function __construct(string $type) { … }
}
Attributes
<?php
$rc = new ReflectionClass(User::class);
foreach ($rc->getAttributes() as $attr) {
var_dump($attr->getName());
// => "DoctrineORMAttributesEntity"
var_dump($attr->getArguments());
// => []
var_dump($attr->newInstance());
// object(DoctrineORMAttributesEntity) ...
}
Attributes
<?php
$rc = new ReflectionClass(User::class);
foreach ($rc->getAttributes() as $attr) {
var_dump($attr->getName());
// => "DoctrineORMAttributesEntity"
var_dump($attr->getArguments());
// => []
var_dump($attr->newInstance());
// object(DoctrineORMAttributesEntity) ...
}
Attribute validation happens HERE.
Attributes: Limitations
●
No named parameters:
– @Column(type="string", unique=true)
– <<Column("string", ['unique' => true])>>
Attributes: Limitations
●
No named parameters:
– @Column(type="string", unique=true)
– <<Column("string", ['unique' => true])>>
●
No nested attributes:
– @AssertAll({ @AssertNotBlank,
@AssertLength(min=5) })
Attributes: Limitations
●
No named parameters:
– @Column(type="string", unique=true)
– <<Column("string", ['unique' => true])>>
●
No nested attributes:
– @AssertAll({ @AssertNotBlank,
@AssertLength(min=5) })
"new" currently not supported in constant expressions
Attributes: Use-Cases
●
Replaces phpdoc annotations in Doctrine,
Symfony, etc…
●
May add internal attributes:
– <<Deprecated("Use xyz instead")>>
– <<Jit>>, <<NoJit>>
Union Types
●
Existing union types:
– ?Type = Type|null
– iterable = Traversable|array
Union Types
<?php
class Number {
/** @var int|float $number */
private $number;
/** @param int|float $number */
public function setNumber($number) {
$this->number = $number;
}
/** @return int|float */
public function getNumber() {
return $this->number;
}
}
Union Types
<?php
class Number {
private int|float $number;
public function setNumber(int|float $number) {
$this->number = $number;
}
public function getNumber(): int|float {
return $this->number;
}
}
Union Types
<?php
function strpos(
string $haystack, string $needle, int $offset = 0
): int|false {}
Union Types
<?php
function strpos(
string $haystack, string $needle, int $offset = 0
): int|false {}
Very common in standard library
Union Types
<?php
function strpos(
string $haystack, string $needle, int $offset = 0
): int|false {}
function array_key_first(array $arg): int|string|null {}
?Type is a shorthand for Type|null now
Union Types
●
Tricky interaction with "weak types"
●
Type must be part of union, or...
●
Scalars are coerced to int, float, string, bool, in
order of preference
Union Types
<?php declare(strict_types=0);
function test(int|float|bool $arg) {
var_dump($arg);
}
test(45); // int(45)
test(45.8); // float(45.8)
test("45"); // int(45)
test("45.8"); // float(45.8)
test(""); // bool(false)
test("X"); // bool(true)
test([]); // TypeError
Union Types
<?php declare(strict_types=1);
function test(int|float|bool $arg) {
var_dump($arg);
}
test(45); // int(45)
test(45.8); // float(45.8)
test("45"); // TypeError
test("45.8"); // TypeError
test(""); // TypeError
test("X"); // TypeError
test([]); // TypeError
Mixed Type
●
Distinguishes between:
– Type is missing because I didn't add one yet
– This function really does accept any value
Mixed Type
<?php
function var_dump(mixed $value, mixed ...$value): void {}
function serialize(mixed $value): string {}
Mixed Type
<?php
// Mixed is a common approximation for generic functions:
function array_reduce<K, V, R>(
array<K, V> $arg,
callable(R, V): R $callback, R $initial = null
): R {}
Mixed Type
<?php
// Mixed is a common approximation for generic functions:
function array_reduce<K, V, R>(
array<K, V> $arg,
callable(R, V): R $callback, R $initial = null
): R {}
// Back down to earth:
function array_reduce(
array $arg, callable $callback,
mixed $initial = null
): mixed {}
Mixed Type
<?php
// For argument types:
// No type same as mixed type
class A {
public function method(mixed $arg) {}
}
class B extends A {
public function method($arg) {}
}
Allowed
Mixed Type
<?php
// For return types:
// No type effectively means mixed|void
class A {
public function method(): mixed {}
}
class B extends A {
public function method() {}
}
Mixed Type
<?php
// For return types:
// No type effectively means mixed|void
class A {
public function method(): mixed {}
}
class B extends A {
public function method() {}
}
Forbidden: Widening return type
Static Return Type
<?php
// Named constructor:
class TestParent {
public function createFromWhatever($whatever): static {
return new static($whatever);
}
}
Static Return Type
<?php
// Named constructor:
class TestParent {
public function createFromWhatever($whatever): static {
return new static($whatever);
}
}
class TestChild extends TestParent {}
// TestChild::createFromWhatever(…)
// must return TestChild, not TestParent!
Static Return Type
<?php
// Wither pattern:
class Test {
public function withWhatever($whatever): static {
$clone = clone $this;
$clone->whatever = $whatever;
return $clone;
}
}
Static Return Type
<?php
// Fluent methods:
class Test {
public function doWhatever(): static {
// Do whatever.
return $this;
}
}
Constructor Promotion
<?php
class Point {
public float $x;
public float $y;
public float $z;
public function __construct(
float $x = 0.0,
float $y = 0.0,
float $z = 0.0,
) {
$this->x = $x;
$this->y = $y;
$this->z = $z;
}
}
Constructor Promotion
<?php
class Point {
public function __construct(
public float $x = 0.0,
public float $y = 0.0,
public float $z = 0.0,
) {}
}
Constructor Promotion
<?php
class Point {
public function __construct(
public float $x = 0.0,
public float $y = 0.0,
public float $z = 0.0,
) {}
}
Trailing comma in parameters lists
now allowed
str_contains etc.
<?php
function str_contains(
string $haystack, string $needle
): bool {
return false !== strpos($haystack, $needle);
}
str_contains etc.
<?php
function str_contains(
string $haystack, string $needle
): bool {}
function str_starts_with(
string $haystack, string $needle
): bool {}
function str_ends_with(
string $haystack, string $needle
): bool {}
str_contains etc.
●
No multibyte variants
●
All of these functions are safe to use on UTF-8!
(If you don't use UTF-8, that's your problem)
WeakMap
<?php
$map = new WeakMap;
$obj = new stdClass;
$map[$obj] = $dataForObj;
unset($obj); // $obj automatically dropped from WeakMap!
WeakMap
<?php
class FooBar {
private WeakMap $cache;
public function getSomethingWithCaching(object $obj) {
return $this->cache[$obj]
??= $this->computeSomethingExpensive($obj);
}
}
Backwards Compatibility Breaks
●
Everything deprecated before PHP 8.0 has
been removed!
●
Full list:
https://github.com/php/php-src/blob/master/UPGRADING
Resource To Object Migration
●
Long term goal: Convert all resources to objects
●
Objects are type-safe and have much better
internal support
Resource To Object Migration
●
Long term goal: Convert all resources to objects
●
Objects are type-safe and have much better
internal support
(This is why we do not support a "resource"
type.)
Resource To Object Migration
●
Usually based on "opaque objects"
●
Actual object-oriented APIs may be added later
Resource To Object Migration
●
Migrated in previous versions
– EnchantBroker, EnchantDictionary
– GdImage
– SysvMessageQueue
– SysvSemaphore
– XmlParser
– XmlWriter (already had an OO API)
– … more are in progress
Resource To Object Migration
<?php
$image = imagecreatefrompng($path);
if (!is_resource($image)) {
throw new MalformedImageException;
}
Resource To Object Migration
<?php
$image = imagecreatefrompng($path);
if (!is_resource($image)) {
throw new MalformedImageException;
}
Now a GdImage object on success
We'll always throw...
Resource To Object Migration
<?php
$image = imagecreatefrompng($path);
if (false === $image) {
throw new MalformedImageException;
}
Warning → Error exception
●
Many warnings converted to Error exceptions
– TypeError
– ValueError
Warning → Error exception
●
Only allowed for error conditions that imply
programmer error
●
It makes no sense to "handle" the error, code
needs to be fixed instead
Warning → Error exception
<?php
var_dump(strlen([]));
// Warning: strlen() expects parameter 1 to be string,
// array given
// NULL
function strlen(string $str): int|null {}
Warning → Error exception
<?php
var_dump(strlen([]));
// Uncaught TypeError: strlen(): Argument #1 ($str)
// must be of type string, array given
function strlen(string $str): int {}
Warning → Error exception
<?php
var_dump(array_fill(0, -100, "foobar"));
// Warning: array_fill(): Number of elements can't
// be negative
// bool(false)
function array_fill(
int $start_index, int $num, mixed $value
): array|false {}
Warning → Error exception
<?php
var_dump(array_fill(0, -100, "foobar"));
// Uncaught ValueError: array_fill(): Argument #2 ($num)
// must be greater than or equal to 0
function array_fill(
int $start_index, int $num, mixed $value
): array {}
Warning → Error exception
<?php
var_dump(fopen("does_not_exist.txt", "r"));
// Warning: fopen(does_not_exist.txt):
// Failed to open stream: No such file or directory
// bool(false)
Warning → Error exception
<?php
var_dump(fopen("does_not_exist.txt", "r"));
// Warning: fopen(does_not_exist.txt):
// Failed to open stream: No such file or directory
// bool(false)
NOT going to change!
fopen() failure is an environment failure condition,
it does not imply programmer error!
PHP Stubs
●
PHP stub files specify function signatures for
internal functions/methods
●
Used to generate C code for function
registration
PHP Stubs
<?php
function array_search(
mixed $needle, array $haystack, bool $strict = false
): int|string|false {}
PHP Stubs
<?php
function array_search(
mixed $needle, array $haystack, bool $strict = false
): int|string|false {}
ZEND_BEGIN_ARG_WITH_RETURN_TYPE_MASK_EX(
arginfo_array_search, 0, 2,
MAY_BE_LONG|MAY_BE_STRING|MAY_BE_FALSE)
ZEND_ARG_TYPE_INFO(0, needle, IS_MIXED, 0)
ZEND_ARG_TYPE_INFO(0, haystack, IS_ARRAY, 0)
ZEND_ARG_TYPE_INFO_WITH_DEFAULT_VALUE(
0, strict, _IS_BOOL, 0, "false")
ZEND_END_ARG_INFO()
PHP Stubs
●
Data available through Reflection:
– ReflectionFunction::getReturnType()
– ReflectionParameter::getType()
– ReflectionParameter::getDefaultValue()
PHP Stubs
<?php
// Stub
class DateTime implements DateTimeInterface {
/** @return DateTime */
public function add(DateInterval $interval) {}
}
// Your code
class MyDateTime extends DateTime {
public function add(DateInterval $interval) {
// Do something
}
}
PHP Stubs
<?php
// Stub
class DateTime implements DateTimeInterface {
/** @return DateTime */
public function add(DateInterval $interval) {}
}
// Your code
class MyDateTime extends DateTime {
public function add(DateInterval $interval) {
// Do something
}
}
Now allowed!
PHP Stubs
<?php
// Stub
class DateTime implements DateTimeInterface {
/** @return DateTime */
public function add(DateInterval $interval) {}
}
// Your code
class MyDateTime extends DateTime {
public function add(DateInterval $interval) {
// Do something
}
}
Now allowed!
A real return type would force all extending
classes to specify it.
3v4l.org
Travis CI
php:
- nightly
install:
- |
if [ $TRAVIS_PHP_VERSION = 'nightly' ]; then
composer install --ignore-platform-reqs;
else
composer install;
fi
Many libraries are not formally
compatible with PHP 8 (yet)
Docker
●
https://github.com/devilbox/docker-php-fpm-8.0
Thank You!

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What's new in PHP 8.0?

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  • 4. Release schedule (tentative) June 18th PHP 8.0 Alpha 1 July 28th PHP 8.0 Feature freeze December 3rd PHP 8.0 Release
  • 5.
  • 6. Just-In-Time (JIT) Compiler ● Compiles PHP code to x86 machine code ● Performance improvements mostly apply to math heavy code
  • 7. Just-In-Time (JIT) Compiler ● Compiles PHP code to x86 machine code ● Performance improvements mostly apply to math heavy code ● Part of opcache: – opcache.jit=on – opcache.jit_buffer_size=128M
  • 8. Attributes <?php /** @Entity */ class User { /** * @Id * @Column(type="integer") * @GeneratedValue */ private $id; }
  • 9. Attributes <?php use DoctrineORMAttributes as ORM; <<ORMEntity>> class User { <<ORMId>> <<ORMColumn("integer")>> <<ORMGeneratedValue>> private $id; }
  • 10. Attributes <?php use DoctrineORMAttributes as ORM; <<ORMEntity>> class User { <<ORMId>> <<ORMColumn("integer")>> <<ORMGeneratedValue>> private $id; } Class name Constructor arguments
  • 11. Attributes <?php namespace DoctrineORMAttributes; use PhpAttribute; <<PhpAttribute>> class Column { public function __construct(string $type) { … } }
  • 12. Attributes <?php $rc = new ReflectionClass(User::class); foreach ($rc->getAttributes() as $attr) { var_dump($attr->getName()); // => "DoctrineORMAttributesEntity" var_dump($attr->getArguments()); // => [] var_dump($attr->newInstance()); // object(DoctrineORMAttributesEntity) ... }
  • 13. Attributes <?php $rc = new ReflectionClass(User::class); foreach ($rc->getAttributes() as $attr) { var_dump($attr->getName()); // => "DoctrineORMAttributesEntity" var_dump($attr->getArguments()); // => [] var_dump($attr->newInstance()); // object(DoctrineORMAttributesEntity) ... } Attribute validation happens HERE.
  • 14. Attributes: Limitations ● No named parameters: – @Column(type="string", unique=true) – <<Column("string", ['unique' => true])>>
  • 15. Attributes: Limitations ● No named parameters: – @Column(type="string", unique=true) – <<Column("string", ['unique' => true])>> ● No nested attributes: – @AssertAll({ @AssertNotBlank, @AssertLength(min=5) })
  • 16. Attributes: Limitations ● No named parameters: – @Column(type="string", unique=true) – <<Column("string", ['unique' => true])>> ● No nested attributes: – @AssertAll({ @AssertNotBlank, @AssertLength(min=5) }) "new" currently not supported in constant expressions
  • 17. Attributes: Use-Cases ● Replaces phpdoc annotations in Doctrine, Symfony, etc… ● May add internal attributes: – <<Deprecated("Use xyz instead")>> – <<Jit>>, <<NoJit>>
  • 18. Union Types ● Existing union types: – ?Type = Type|null – iterable = Traversable|array
  • 19. Union Types <?php class Number { /** @var int|float $number */ private $number; /** @param int|float $number */ public function setNumber($number) { $this->number = $number; } /** @return int|float */ public function getNumber() { return $this->number; } }
  • 20. Union Types <?php class Number { private int|float $number; public function setNumber(int|float $number) { $this->number = $number; } public function getNumber(): int|float { return $this->number; } }
  • 21. Union Types <?php function strpos( string $haystack, string $needle, int $offset = 0 ): int|false {}
  • 22. Union Types <?php function strpos( string $haystack, string $needle, int $offset = 0 ): int|false {} Very common in standard library
  • 23. Union Types <?php function strpos( string $haystack, string $needle, int $offset = 0 ): int|false {} function array_key_first(array $arg): int|string|null {} ?Type is a shorthand for Type|null now
  • 24. Union Types ● Tricky interaction with "weak types" ● Type must be part of union, or... ● Scalars are coerced to int, float, string, bool, in order of preference
  • 25. Union Types <?php declare(strict_types=0); function test(int|float|bool $arg) { var_dump($arg); } test(45); // int(45) test(45.8); // float(45.8) test("45"); // int(45) test("45.8"); // float(45.8) test(""); // bool(false) test("X"); // bool(true) test([]); // TypeError
  • 26. Union Types <?php declare(strict_types=1); function test(int|float|bool $arg) { var_dump($arg); } test(45); // int(45) test(45.8); // float(45.8) test("45"); // TypeError test("45.8"); // TypeError test(""); // TypeError test("X"); // TypeError test([]); // TypeError
  • 27. Mixed Type ● Distinguishes between: – Type is missing because I didn't add one yet – This function really does accept any value
  • 28. Mixed Type <?php function var_dump(mixed $value, mixed ...$value): void {} function serialize(mixed $value): string {}
  • 29. Mixed Type <?php // Mixed is a common approximation for generic functions: function array_reduce<K, V, R>( array<K, V> $arg, callable(R, V): R $callback, R $initial = null ): R {}
  • 30. Mixed Type <?php // Mixed is a common approximation for generic functions: function array_reduce<K, V, R>( array<K, V> $arg, callable(R, V): R $callback, R $initial = null ): R {} // Back down to earth: function array_reduce( array $arg, callable $callback, mixed $initial = null ): mixed {}
  • 31. Mixed Type <?php // For argument types: // No type same as mixed type class A { public function method(mixed $arg) {} } class B extends A { public function method($arg) {} } Allowed
  • 32. Mixed Type <?php // For return types: // No type effectively means mixed|void class A { public function method(): mixed {} } class B extends A { public function method() {} }
  • 33. Mixed Type <?php // For return types: // No type effectively means mixed|void class A { public function method(): mixed {} } class B extends A { public function method() {} } Forbidden: Widening return type
  • 34. Static Return Type <?php // Named constructor: class TestParent { public function createFromWhatever($whatever): static { return new static($whatever); } }
  • 35. Static Return Type <?php // Named constructor: class TestParent { public function createFromWhatever($whatever): static { return new static($whatever); } } class TestChild extends TestParent {} // TestChild::createFromWhatever(…) // must return TestChild, not TestParent!
  • 36. Static Return Type <?php // Wither pattern: class Test { public function withWhatever($whatever): static { $clone = clone $this; $clone->whatever = $whatever; return $clone; } }
  • 37. Static Return Type <?php // Fluent methods: class Test { public function doWhatever(): static { // Do whatever. return $this; } }
  • 38. Constructor Promotion <?php class Point { public float $x; public float $y; public float $z; public function __construct( float $x = 0.0, float $y = 0.0, float $z = 0.0, ) { $this->x = $x; $this->y = $y; $this->z = $z; } }
  • 39. Constructor Promotion <?php class Point { public function __construct( public float $x = 0.0, public float $y = 0.0, public float $z = 0.0, ) {} }
  • 40. Constructor Promotion <?php class Point { public function __construct( public float $x = 0.0, public float $y = 0.0, public float $z = 0.0, ) {} } Trailing comma in parameters lists now allowed
  • 41. str_contains etc. <?php function str_contains( string $haystack, string $needle ): bool { return false !== strpos($haystack, $needle); }
  • 42. str_contains etc. <?php function str_contains( string $haystack, string $needle ): bool {} function str_starts_with( string $haystack, string $needle ): bool {} function str_ends_with( string $haystack, string $needle ): bool {}
  • 43. str_contains etc. ● No multibyte variants ● All of these functions are safe to use on UTF-8! (If you don't use UTF-8, that's your problem)
  • 44. WeakMap <?php $map = new WeakMap; $obj = new stdClass; $map[$obj] = $dataForObj; unset($obj); // $obj automatically dropped from WeakMap!
  • 45. WeakMap <?php class FooBar { private WeakMap $cache; public function getSomethingWithCaching(object $obj) { return $this->cache[$obj] ??= $this->computeSomethingExpensive($obj); } }
  • 46. Backwards Compatibility Breaks ● Everything deprecated before PHP 8.0 has been removed! ● Full list: https://github.com/php/php-src/blob/master/UPGRADING
  • 47. Resource To Object Migration ● Long term goal: Convert all resources to objects ● Objects are type-safe and have much better internal support
  • 48. Resource To Object Migration ● Long term goal: Convert all resources to objects ● Objects are type-safe and have much better internal support (This is why we do not support a "resource" type.)
  • 49. Resource To Object Migration ● Usually based on "opaque objects" ● Actual object-oriented APIs may be added later
  • 50. Resource To Object Migration ● Migrated in previous versions – EnchantBroker, EnchantDictionary – GdImage – SysvMessageQueue – SysvSemaphore – XmlParser – XmlWriter (already had an OO API) – … more are in progress
  • 51. Resource To Object Migration <?php $image = imagecreatefrompng($path); if (!is_resource($image)) { throw new MalformedImageException; }
  • 52. Resource To Object Migration <?php $image = imagecreatefrompng($path); if (!is_resource($image)) { throw new MalformedImageException; } Now a GdImage object on success We'll always throw...
  • 53. Resource To Object Migration <?php $image = imagecreatefrompng($path); if (false === $image) { throw new MalformedImageException; }
  • 54. Warning → Error exception ● Many warnings converted to Error exceptions – TypeError – ValueError
  • 55. Warning → Error exception ● Only allowed for error conditions that imply programmer error ● It makes no sense to "handle" the error, code needs to be fixed instead
  • 56. Warning → Error exception <?php var_dump(strlen([])); // Warning: strlen() expects parameter 1 to be string, // array given // NULL function strlen(string $str): int|null {}
  • 57. Warning → Error exception <?php var_dump(strlen([])); // Uncaught TypeError: strlen(): Argument #1 ($str) // must be of type string, array given function strlen(string $str): int {}
  • 58. Warning → Error exception <?php var_dump(array_fill(0, -100, "foobar")); // Warning: array_fill(): Number of elements can't // be negative // bool(false) function array_fill( int $start_index, int $num, mixed $value ): array|false {}
  • 59. Warning → Error exception <?php var_dump(array_fill(0, -100, "foobar")); // Uncaught ValueError: array_fill(): Argument #2 ($num) // must be greater than or equal to 0 function array_fill( int $start_index, int $num, mixed $value ): array {}
  • 60. Warning → Error exception <?php var_dump(fopen("does_not_exist.txt", "r")); // Warning: fopen(does_not_exist.txt): // Failed to open stream: No such file or directory // bool(false)
  • 61. Warning → Error exception <?php var_dump(fopen("does_not_exist.txt", "r")); // Warning: fopen(does_not_exist.txt): // Failed to open stream: No such file or directory // bool(false) NOT going to change! fopen() failure is an environment failure condition, it does not imply programmer error!
  • 62. PHP Stubs ● PHP stub files specify function signatures for internal functions/methods ● Used to generate C code for function registration
  • 63. PHP Stubs <?php function array_search( mixed $needle, array $haystack, bool $strict = false ): int|string|false {}
  • 64. PHP Stubs <?php function array_search( mixed $needle, array $haystack, bool $strict = false ): int|string|false {} ZEND_BEGIN_ARG_WITH_RETURN_TYPE_MASK_EX( arginfo_array_search, 0, 2, MAY_BE_LONG|MAY_BE_STRING|MAY_BE_FALSE) ZEND_ARG_TYPE_INFO(0, needle, IS_MIXED, 0) ZEND_ARG_TYPE_INFO(0, haystack, IS_ARRAY, 0) ZEND_ARG_TYPE_INFO_WITH_DEFAULT_VALUE( 0, strict, _IS_BOOL, 0, "false") ZEND_END_ARG_INFO()
  • 65. PHP Stubs ● Data available through Reflection: – ReflectionFunction::getReturnType() – ReflectionParameter::getType() – ReflectionParameter::getDefaultValue()
  • 66. PHP Stubs <?php // Stub class DateTime implements DateTimeInterface { /** @return DateTime */ public function add(DateInterval $interval) {} } // Your code class MyDateTime extends DateTime { public function add(DateInterval $interval) { // Do something } }
  • 67. PHP Stubs <?php // Stub class DateTime implements DateTimeInterface { /** @return DateTime */ public function add(DateInterval $interval) {} } // Your code class MyDateTime extends DateTime { public function add(DateInterval $interval) { // Do something } } Now allowed!
  • 68. PHP Stubs <?php // Stub class DateTime implements DateTimeInterface { /** @return DateTime */ public function add(DateInterval $interval) {} } // Your code class MyDateTime extends DateTime { public function add(DateInterval $interval) { // Do something } } Now allowed! A real return type would force all extending classes to specify it.
  • 69.
  • 71. Travis CI php: - nightly install: - | if [ $TRAVIS_PHP_VERSION = 'nightly' ]; then composer install --ignore-platform-reqs; else composer install; fi Many libraries are not formally compatible with PHP 8 (yet)