On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 8:03 PM, Pedro Magalhães <m...@pmmaga.net> wrote:

> Hi internals,
> I want to bring up this RFC once again given that now seems to be the
> right timing for it. I have previously canceled the vote when I initially
> proposed this to land on 7.2 which was seen as too big of a BC for a minor
> version. On a second attempt targeting 8.0 I have also canceled the vote as
> the inclusion of a deprecation notice in cases where the behavior will
> change warranted further discussion.
> To address these issues, the current version of the RFC will have 2
> separate votes:
> - Introduce the new behavior on 8.0
> - Introduce a deprecation notice on 7.3
> For those not familiar with the RFC, the general idea is that currently,
> any array that has a number n as it's first numeric key will have for it's
> next implicit key either n+1 if n >= 0 or 0 if n < 0. This RFC proposes to
> make this consistent by always using n+1 regardless of the sign of n.
> In code:
> $a[-2] = true; // Current: Key is -2, RFC: Key is -2
> $a[] = true; // Current: Key is 0, RFC: Key is -1
> $a[] = true; // Current: Key is 1, RFC: Key is 0
> I invite you to read the full RFC: https://wiki.php.net/rfc/
> negative_array_index and bring up any issues you see with the current
> version before the voting period starts.
> Looking forward for any feedback.
> Regards,
> Pedro Magalhães

Hi internals,

I'd like to open the voting for this RFC in 5 days (27/2).
Please bring up any feedback you may have about it before the voting period

Thanks in advance,
Pedro Magalhães

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