ZF-10953: Bad offsetExists workaround in Zend_Registry class

Issue Type: Bug Created: 2011-01-15T17:50:54.000+0000 Last Updated: 2011-01-16T12:39:01.000+0000 Status: Open Fix version(s): Reporter: ymakhno (ymakhno) Assignee: Eddo Rotman (karnaf) Tags: - Zend_Registry

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I've tried Zend Framework on Quecus (Java implementation of the PHP) and found an issue which is related to your workaround of offsetExists in Zend_Registry class: {

public function offsetExists($index)
    return array_key_exists($index, $this);

} this goes to recursive call on Quecus. I believe you should do this workaround just if PHP version <= 5.2.0


Posted by Matthew Weier O'Phinney (matthew) on 2011-01-16T12:29:44.000+0000

Please note that the minimum required PHP version for Zend Framework since 1.7.0 has been PHP 5.2.4. As such, if the problem in Quercus is due to a PHP version <= 5.2.0, we cannot and will not support it.

Posted by ymakhno (ymakhno) on 2011-01-16T12:39:00.000+0000

Thanks for the response Matthew,

If minimum required version for the latest Zend framework is PHP 5.2.4. I think it would be good to remove offsetExists method from Zend_Registry class because you wrote it just to support PHP <= 5.2.0.

Quercus works just fine without this method too.

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