We probably don't need the .project file in the CVS.

On 14-Feb-08, at 11:15 AM, Josie Messa wrote:

jmessa          Thu Feb 14 16:15:15 2008 UTC

 Added files:                 (Branch: PHP_5_2)
   /php-src     .project
   /php-src/ext/standard/tests/array    array_values_variation7.phpt
 Log:
 - New variation test for array_values()


http://cvs.php.net/viewvc.cgi/php-src/.project?view=markup&rev=1.1
Index: php-src/.project
+++ php-src/.project

http://cvs.php.net/viewvc.cgi/php-src/ext/standard/tests/array/array_values_variation7.phpt?view=markup&rev=1.1
Index: php-src/ext/standard/tests/array/array_values_variation7.phpt
+++ php-src/ext/standard/tests/array/array_values_variation7.phpt
--TEST--
Test array_values() function : usage variations - Internal order check
--FILE--
<?php
/* Prototype  : array array_values(array $input)
* Description: Return just the values from the input array
* Source code: ext/standard/array.c
*/

/*
* Check that array_values is re-assigning keys according to the internal order of the array,
* and is not dependant on the \$input argument's keys
*/

echo "*** Testing array_values() : usage variations ***\n";

// populate array with 'default' keys in reverse order
$input = array(3 => 'three', 2 => 'two', 1 => 'one', 0 => 'zero');

echo "\n-- \$input argument: --\n";
var_dump($input);

echo "\n-- Result of array_values() --\n";
var_dump(array_values($input));

echo "Done";
?>

--EXPECTF--
*** Testing array_values() : usage variations ***

-- $input argument: --
array(4) {
 [3]=>
 string(5) "three"
 [2]=>
 string(3) "two"
 [1]=>
 string(3) "one"
 [0]=>
 string(4) "zero"
}

-- Result of array_values() --
array(4) {
 [0]=>
 string(5) "three"
 [1]=>
 string(3) "two"
 [2]=>
 string(3) "one"
 [3]=>
 string(4) "zero"
}
Done
--UEXPECTF--
*** Testing array_values() : usage variations ***

-- $input argument: --
array(4) {
 [3]=>
 unicode(5) "three"
 [2]=>
 unicode(3) "two"
 [1]=>
 unicode(3) "one"
 [0]=>
 unicode(4) "zero"
}

-- Result of array_values() --
array(4) {
 [0]=>
 unicode(5) "three"
 [1]=>
 unicode(3) "two"
 [2]=>
 unicode(3) "one"
 [3]=>
 unicode(4) "zero"
}
Done

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