> On Feb 10, 2020, at 10:18, Paul M. Jones <pmjo...@pmjones.io> wrote: > > Hi Internals, > > After a couple of years of incubation, I am happy to offer a second version > of this RFC: > > https://wiki.php.net/rfc/request_response > > It proposes an object-oriented approach around request and response > functionality already existing in PHP, in order to reduce the global-state > problems that come with superglobals and the various response-related > functions. > > The SQLite "about" page says, "Think of SQLite not as a replacement for > Oracle but as a replacement for fopen()." <https://www.sqlite.org/about.html> > Likewise, think of this RFC not as a replacement for HttpFoundation or > PSR-7, or as a model of HTTP messages, but as an object-oriented alternative > to superglobals, header(), setcookie(), setrawcookie(), and so on. > > Thanks in advance for your time and consideration while evaluating it.
Regarding the array of arrays for $accept* and $forwarded, what are your thoughts on using value objects with properties, rather than arrays with keys? AcceptValue * string $value * string $quality * array $params * ?string $type * ?string $subtype ForwardedValue * string $by * string $for * string $host * string $proto Cheers, Ben
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