Re: Vers 8.x compatibility

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In reply to Your message dated Sunday, March 7, 2021, 7:07:43,

> Hello:

> php v 8.x questions

> The ability to call non-static methods statically has been removed.
> Thus is_callable() will fail when checking for a non-static method
> with a classname (must check with an object instance).

> Q: does this mean that calling a class method with self::methodName()  from within the class will not work?

Test this, it's easy.

> I assume that static methods have to be declared as such


> or am I misunderstanding ’static’ methods?
> I seem to remember the use of $this in a method  makes the method not
> static.


> I define all of the methods I write in such a way that they never
> rely on $this or non static variables.

Why, the hell?

> One other question:
> In Googling php v8 I came up with a reference to the v8js. This is the first
> time I have encountered it.
> Is there a publication that will address it in greater depth than I could
> find on the php manual pages?

There's a manual page, as with about any other properly formatted PECL

> It appears that it essentially does eval on js code strings and shares the
> result with php. Am I on the right track?

See for more info.

Sincerely Yours, Andrey Repin <anrdaemon@xxxxxxxxxxx>

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