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  1. Wrong syntax highlight of array variables inside strings

    (btw this is a bug report, not an "idea")

    https://3v4l.org/dKU7d

    Note the wrong highlight of "$a[f" inside the string

    Oh come on, I can't upload a screenshot??

    Oh now I do have an "idea": replace this thing with a proper bug tracker

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  2. Can't split same unprinted chars (from class@anonymous)

    https://3v4l.org/dSISl

    ::class produced hidden zero-code chapter;

    Output for 7.2.3
    First
    class@anonymous/in/dSISl0x7fdae9c3807b
    bool(false)
    Output for 7.2.2
    First
    class@anonymous/in/dSISl0x7f3c0609b07b
    bool(false)

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  3. Editor reports syntax error for "finally".

    https://3v4l.org/njTpB

    try {}
    finally {}

    The editor box reports a syntax error for "finally".
    However, the code (since PHP 5.5.0) works just fine.

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  4. testing mail()

    is there a way to cold test mail()

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  5. Support HHVM 3.5.x?

    Would useful to know a.g. when a bug in 3.5 has been fixed in 3.6+

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    I agree, unfortunately hhvm has a stupid issue where it fails whenever I enable more then 3-4 versions. It’s some sort of memory leak I can’t fix

  6. not collapsed result block

    not collapsed result block

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  7. yassir_abu.saud@hotm

    <?php

    // In response to http://www.php.net/manual/en/language.constants.predefined.php#113130

    // In fact, you can define magic constants too.

    (@__DIR__ == '__DIR__') && define('__DIR__', dirname(__FILE__));

    echo "result of var_dump(__DIR__):\r\n";

    var_dump(__DIR__);

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  8. ...to set up a real bugtracker

    A bug tracker, where one would report bugs rather than "suggest ideas"

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    There isn’t much use for a bugtracker; the only properties of a bugtracker we would use are ‘script’, ‘problem’ and ‘status’. All of these are also available through uservoice

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