rfc

Request for Comments

This page gives an overview of the current RFCs for PHP.

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In voting phase

Under Discussion

This section is for RFCs that have been announced on the PHP “internals” mail list.

In Draft

This section is for early drafts of RFCs that have NOT been announced on the PHP “internals” mail list.

Accepted

Process and Policy

Pending Implementation

  • APXS LoadModule
    This RFC proposes the addition of an option to the configure script that allows the user to specify whether the main Apache .conf file should be appended with the LoadModule entry.
  • DateTime and Daylight Saving Time Transitions
    Defines expected behaviors and new features to improve how DateTime handles Daylight Saving Time transitions.
  • E_WARNING for invalid containers
    Raise E_WARNING for array access on invalid containers (Created 2016-07-27)
  • Deprecate PHP's Short Open Tags
    Deprecate PHP's short open tags (Created: 2019-03-20; Announced: 2019-03-25; Voting began: 2019-04-10; Accepted: 2019-04-24)

Implemented

Order in these sections: Language changes first, library changes later.

PHP 8.0

PHP 7.4

PHP 7.3

PHP 7.2

PHP 7.1

PHP 7.0

PHP 5.6

PHP 5.5

PHP 5.4

Note: Many RFCs in this list have been mass voted.

PHP 5.3

Declined

Withdrawn

Inactive

This section is for RFCs that had been in discussion, but did not have any activity or discussion about them recently. It can be because they have been deferred, obsoleted, or appear to have been abandoned, or because the authors need more work on them. Sorry if your RFC is added here and you feel it is still active; please move it back to the appropriate section.

Obsolete

rfc.txt · Last modified: 2019/06/15 21:56 by wesnetmo