#5742: small optimization for r7864
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    Reporter:  dardosordi                                 |         Owner:      
   
        Type:  Optimization                               |        Status:  
closed 
    Priority:  Low                                        |     Milestone:  
1.2.x.x
   Component:  Controller                                 |       Version:  RC3 
   
    Severity:  Trivial                                    |    Resolution:  
wontfix
    Keywords:  optimization,controller,foreach,array_map  |   Php_version:  n/a 
   
Cake_version:  1.2.0.7692 RC3                             |  
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Changes (by gwoo):

  * status:  reopened => closed
  * resolution:  => wontfix

Comment:

 We used to use array_map, see
 https://trac.cakephp.org/changeset/7596#file3, so I do not know why this
 was not brought up earlier. After running it through cachegrind several
 times and working out performance in the dispatch cycle it was determined
 that the foreach was faster.

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