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#1 Jan. 10, 2008 10:10:13

Ryusuke S.
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[PHP-DEV] [RFC] Anonymous functions


Hello, lists,

We have discussed about implementing anonymous functions and
closures in PHP.
However, I consider that implementing anonymous functions and
implementing lexical scopes should be discussed separately.
# Even though I like closure. ;-)
So I wrote anonymous function patch for PHP 5.3 and 6.0.


Patches (inlcude tests):
for PHP 5.3:http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-5.3dev-080109-anon.patchfor PHP 6.0:http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-6.0dev-080109-anon.patchFeatues:
- Unlike create_function(), there is no need to take care of
quotes, backslashes and dollars .
- Can be used in loop, but be compiled only once.
- Supports recursive call using __FUNCTION__.
- Supports inline execution. It works like a block scope.
- Works with opcode caches.
Since I couldn't build APC against PHP 5.3, I have tested
PHP 5.2.5 + anonymous function patch and APC 3.0.16.


Example:
<?php
// callback
$arr = array(5, 3, 6, 0);
usort($arr, function($a, $b){ return $a - $b; });
print_r($arr); // 0, 3, 5, 6

// assign to a variable
$lambda = function(){
echo "Hello, World!\n";
};
$lambda(); // "Hello, World!"

// inline execution
$result = function($a, $b){
return $a + $b;
}(1, 2);
var_dump($result); // "int(3)"
?>


The anonymous function name is composed of '\0', "ZEND_ANON<#serial>",
filename and character position.
- Leading '\0' blocks to be displayed by get_defined_functions().
- "ZEND_ANON<" helps determine wheter the function is anonymous or not
because '<' cannot be used for user-defined function name.
- Serial number and file informations make the name unique.
- char anon_key_buf is long enough because
`snprintf(anon_key_buf, 32, "ZEND_ANON<%llu>", (unsigned long
long)UINT64_MAX)'
returns 31.


Regards,


2008/1/6, Marcus Boerger <>:
> Hello Stanislav,
>
> tha makesw three then already, how about we ask around again?
> Ryusuke, can you please start a new ' Square brackets shortcut' thread
> to collect opinions and pass along the patch for that?
>
> I like the anonymous function patch too. It is clean and simple. Maybe you
> want to start a second ' Anonymous functions' thread with that patch.
>
> Can you also please add tests for both?
>
> marcus
>
> Wednesday, January 2, 2008, 7:51:06 PM, you wrote:
>
> >> the square bracket array syntax patch for PHP 5.3,
> >>http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-5.3dev-080101-sbar.patch>
> > I remember we discussed that already and it was rejected then (even
> > though myself and Andi liked it) - did the people that objected then
> > change their minds?
>
>
>
> Best regards,
> Marcus
>
>


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#2 Jan. 10, 2008 10:21:34

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Hello Ryusuke,

+1, looks pretty nice, makes my life easier in some cases and is closer to
other languages like pythin so i can transfer concepts easily which is a
big plus for me.

marcus

Thursday, January 10, 2008, 11:09:26 AM, you wrote:

> Hello, lists,

> We have discussed about implementing anonymous functions and
> closures in PHP.
> However, I consider that implementing anonymous functions and
> implementing lexical scopes should be discussed separately.
> # Even though I like closure.
> So I wrote anonymous function patch for PHP 5.3 and 6.0.


> Patches (inlcude tests):
> for PHP 5.3:http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-5.3dev-080109-anon.patch> for PHP 6.0:http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-6.0dev-080109-anon.patch> Featues:
> - Unlike create_function(), there is no need to take care of
> quotes, backslashes and dollars .
> - Can be used in loop, but be compiled only once.
> - Supports recursive call using __FUNCTION__.
> - Supports inline execution. It works like a block scope.
> - Works with opcode caches.
> Since I couldn't build APC against PHP 5.3, I have tested
> PHP 5.2.5 + anonymous function patch and APC 3.0.16.


> Example:
> <?php
> // callback
> $arr = array(5, 3, 6, 0);
> usort($arr, function($a, $b){ return $a - $b; });
> print_r($arr); // 0, 3, 5, 6

> // assign to a variable
> $lambda = function(){
> echo "Hello, World!\n";
> };
> $lambda(); // "Hello, World!"

> // inline execution
> $result = function($a, $b){
> return $a + $b;
> }(1, 2);
> var_dump($result); // "int(3)"
?>>


> The anonymous function name is composed of '\0', "ZEND_ANON<#serial>",
> filename and character position.
> - Leading '\0' blocks to be displayed by get_defined_functions().
> - "ZEND_ANON<" helps determine wheter the function is anonymous or not
> because '<' cannot be used for user-defined function name.
> - Serial number and file informations make the name unique.
> - char anon_key_buf is long enough because
> `snprintf(anon_key_buf, 32, "ZEND_ANON<%llu>", (unsigned long
> long)UINT64_MAX)'
> returns 31.


> Regards,


> 2008/1/6, Marcus Boerger <>:
>> Hello Stanislav,
>>
>> tha makesw three then already, how about we ask around again?
>> Ryusuke, can you please start a new ' Square brackets shortcut' thread
>> to collect opinions and pass along the patch for that?
>>
>> I like the anonymous function patch too. It is clean and simple. Maybe you
>> want to start a second ' Anonymous functions' thread with that patch.
>>
>> Can you also please add tests for both?
>>
>> marcus
>>
>> Wednesday, January 2, 2008, 7:51:06 PM, you wrote:
>>
>> >> the square bracket array syntax patch for PHP 5.3,
>> >>http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-5.3dev-080101-sbar.patch>>
>> > I remember we discussed that already and it was rejected then (even
>> > though myself and Andi liked it) - did the people that objected then
>> > change their minds?
>>
>>
>>
>> Best regards,
>> Marcus
>>
>>


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#3 Jan. 10, 2008 12:11:00

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On 10/01/2008, Marcus Boerger <> wrote:
> Hello Ryusuke,
>
> +1, looks pretty nice, makes my life easier in some cases and is closer to
> other languages like pythin so i can transfer concepts easily which is a
> big plus for me.
>
> marcus
>
> Thursday, January 10, 2008, 11:09:26 AM, you wrote:
>
> > Hello, lists,
>
> > We have discussed about implementing anonymous functions and
> > closures in PHP.
> > However, I consider that implementing anonymous functions and
> > implementing lexical scopes should be discussed separately.
> > # Even though I like closure.
> > So I wrote anonymous function patch for PHP 5.3 and 6.0.
>
>
> > Patches (inlcude tests):
> > for PHP 5.3:http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-5.3dev-080109-anon.patch> > for PHP 6.0:http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-6.0dev-080109-anon.patch>
>
> > Featues:
> > - Unlike create_function(), there is no need to take care of
> > quotes, backslashes and dollars .
> > - Can be used in loop, but be compiled only once.
> > - Supports recursive call using __FUNCTION__.
> > - Supports inline execution. It works like a block scope.
> > - Works with opcode caches.
> > Since I couldn't build APC against PHP 5.3, I have tested
> > PHP 5.2.5 + anonymous function patch and APC 3.0.16.
>
>
> > Example:
> > <?php
> > // callback
> > $arr = array(5, 3, 6, 0);
> > usort($arr, function($a, $b){ return $a - $b; });
> > print_r($arr); // 0, 3, 5, 6
>
> > // assign to a variable
> > $lambda = function(){
> > echo "Hello, World!\n";
> > };
> > $lambda(); // "Hello, World!"
>
> > // inline execution
> > $result = function($a, $b){
> > return $a + $b;
> > }(1, 2);
> > var_dump($result); // "int(3)"
> ?>>
>
>
> > The anonymous function name is composed of '\0', "ZEND_ANON<#serial>",
> > filename and character position.
> > - Leading '\0' blocks to be displayed by get_defined_functions().
> > - "ZEND_ANON<" helps determine wheter the function is anonymous or not
> > because '<' cannot be used for user-defined function name.
> > - Serial number and file informations make the name unique.
> > - char anon_key_buf is long enough because
> > `snprintf(anon_key_buf, 32, "ZEND_ANON<%llu>", (unsigned long
> > long)UINT64_MAX)'
> > returns 31.
>
>
> > Regards,
>
>
> > 2008/1/6, Marcus Boerger <>:
> >> Hello Stanislav,
> >>
> >> tha makesw three then already, how about we ask around again?
> >> Ryusuke, can you please start a new ' Square brackets shortcut' thread
> >> to collect opinions and pass along the patch for that?
> >>
> >> I like the anonymous function patch too. It is clean and simple. Maybe you
> >> want to start a second ' Anonymous functions' thread with that patch.
> >>
> >> Can you also please add tests for both?
> >>
> >> marcus
> >>
> >> Wednesday, January 2, 2008, 7:51:06 PM, you wrote:
> >>
> >> >> the square bracket array syntax patch for PHP 5.3,
> >> >>http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-5.3dev-080101-sbar.patch> >>
> >> > I remember we discussed that already and it was rejected then (even
> >> > though myself and Andi liked it) - did the people that objected then
> >> > change their minds?
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> Best regards,
> >> Marcus
> >>
> >>
>
>
> > --
> > /**
> > * Ryusuke SEKIYAMA
> > *
> > */
>
>
>
>
> Best regards,
> Marcus
>
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A nice feature. Especially for array callbacks.





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#4 Jan. 29, 2008 18:27:47

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Hi lists,

Is this discussion stopping?

I want this feature in PHP. Please start to talk.

On Jan 10, 2008 7:09 PM, Ryusuke SEKIYAMA <> wrote:
> Hello, lists,
>
> We have discussed about implementing anonymous functions and
> closures in PHP.
> However, I consider that implementing anonymous functions and
> implementing lexical scopes should be discussed separately.
> # Even though I like closure. ;-)
> So I wrote anonymous function patch for PHP 5.3 and 6.0.
>
>
> Patches (inlcude tests):
> for PHP 5.3:http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-5.3dev-080109-anon.patch> for PHP 6.0:http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-6.0dev-080109-anon.patch>
>
> Featues:
> - Unlike create_function(), there is no need to take care of
> quotes, backslashes and dollars .
> - Can be used in loop, but be compiled only once.
> - Supports recursive call using __FUNCTION__.
> - Supports inline execution. It works like a block scope.
> - Works with opcode caches.
> Since I couldn't build APC against PHP 5.3, I have tested
> PHP 5.2.5 + anonymous function patch and APC 3.0.16.
>
>
> Example:
> <?php
> // callback
> $arr = array(5, 3, 6, 0);
> usort($arr, function($a, $b){ return $a - $b; });
> print_r($arr); // 0, 3, 5, 6
>
> // assign to a variable
> $lambda = function(){
> echo "Hello, World!\n";
> };
> $lambda(); // "Hello, World!"
>
> // inline execution
> $result = function($a, $b){
> return $a + $b;
> }(1, 2);
> var_dump($result); // "int(3)"
> ?>
>
>
> The anonymous function name is composed of '\0', "ZEND_ANON<#serial>",
> filename and character position.
> - Leading '\0' blocks to be displayed by get_defined_functions().
> - "ZEND_ANON<" helps determine wheter the function is anonymous or not
> because '<' cannot be used for user-defined function name.
> - Serial number and file informations make the name unique.
> - char anon_key_buf is long enough because
> `snprintf(anon_key_buf, 32, "ZEND_ANON<%llu>", (unsigned long
> long)UINT64_MAX)'
> returns 31.
>
>
> Regards,
>
>
> 2008/1/6, Marcus Boerger <>:
> > Hello Stanislav,
> >
> > tha makesw three then already, how about we ask around again?
> > Ryusuke, can you please start a new ' Square brackets shortcut' thread
> > to collect opinions and pass along the patch for that?
> >
> > I like the anonymous function patch too. It is clean and simple. Maybe you
> > want to start a second ' Anonymous functions' thread with that patch.
> >
> > Can you also please add tests for both?
> >
> > marcus
> >
> > Wednesday, January 2, 2008, 7:51:06 PM, you wrote:
> >
> > >> the square bracket array syntax patch for PHP 5.3,
> > >>http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-5.3dev-080101-sbar.patch> >
> > > I remember we discussed that already and it was rejected then (even
> > > though myself and Andi liked it) - did the people that objected then
> > > change their minds?
> >
> >
> >
> > Best regards,
> > Marcus
> >
> >
>
>
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#5 Feb. 18, 2008 16:27:25

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Hi All,I second this. Can we please re-open the discussion on anonymousfunctions as well as closures. That would be an awesome feature.create_function is a bit ugly semantically to be sufficient for allanonymous function needs.Thanks,
Mat

KOYAMA Tetsuji wrote:Hi lists,

Is this discussion stopping?

I want this feature in PHP. Please start to talk.

On Jan 10, 2008 7:09 PM, Ryusuke SEKIYAMA <> wrote:Hello, lists,

We have discussed about implementing anonymous functions and
closures in PHP.
However, I consider that implementing anonymous functions and
implementing lexical scopes should be discussed separately.
# Even though I like closure. ;-)
So I wrote anonymous function patch for PHP 5.3 and 6.0.


Patches (inlcude tests):
for PHP 5.3:http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-5.3dev-080109-anon.patchfor PHP 6.0:http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-6.0dev-080109-anon.patchFeatues:
- Unlike create_function(), there is no need to take care of
quotes, backslashes and dollars .
- Can be used in loop, but be compiled only once.
- Supports recursive call using __FUNCTION__.
- Supports inline execution. It works like a block scope.
- Works with opcode caches.
Since I couldn't build APC against PHP 5.3, I have tested
PHP 5.2.5 + anonymous function patch and APC 3.0.16.


Example:
<?php
// callback
$arr = array(5, 3, 6, 0);
usort($arr, function($a, $b){ return $a - $b; });
print_r($arr); // 0, 3, 5, 6

// assign to a variable
$lambda = function(){
echo "Hello, World!\n";
};
$lambda(); // "Hello, World!"

// inline execution
$result = function($a, $b){
return $a + $b;
}(1, 2);
var_dump($result); // "int(3)"
?>


The anonymous function name is composed of '\0', "ZEND_ANON<#serial>",
filename and character position.
- Leading '\0' blocks to be displayed by get_defined_functions().
- "ZEND_ANON<" helps determine wheter the function is anonymous or not
because '<' cannot be used for user-defined function name.
- Serial number and file informations make the name unique.
- char anon_key_buf is long enough because
`snprintf(anon_key_buf, 32, "ZEND_ANON<%llu>", (unsigned long
long)UINT64_MAX)'
returns 31.


Regards,


2008/1/6, Marcus Boerger <>:Hello Stanislav,

tha makesw three then already, how about we ask around again?
Ryusuke, can you please start a new ' Square brackets shortcut' thread
to collect opinions and pass along the patch for that?

I like the anonymous function patch too. It is clean and simple. Maybe you
want to start a second ' Anonymous functions' thread with that patch.

Can you also please add tests for both?

marcus

Wednesday, January 2, 2008, 7:51:06 PM, you wrote:the square bracket array syntax patch for PHP 5.3,http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-5.3dev-080101-sbar.patchI remember we discussed that already and it was rejected then (even
though myself and Andi liked it) - did the people that objected then
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#6 Feb. 23, 2008 09:02:02

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Yes, let's re-open, I'd like to get a closure on that issue (punintended).-Andrei

On Feb 18, 2008, at 8:26 AM, Matvey Arye wrote:Hi All,I second this. Can we please re-open the discussion on anonymousfunctions as well as closures. That would be an awesome feature.create_function is a bit ugly semantically to be sufficient for allanonymous function needs.Thanks,
Mat

KOYAMA Tetsuji wrote:Hi lists,

Is this discussion stopping?

I want this feature in PHP. Please start to talk.

On Jan 10, 2008 7:09 PM, Ryusuke SEKIYAMA <> wrote:Hello, lists,

We have discussed about implementing anonymous functions and
closures in PHP.
However, I consider that implementing anonymous functions and
implementing lexical scopes should be discussed separately.
# Even though I like closure. ;-)
So I wrote anonymous function patch for PHP 5.3 and 6.0.


Patches (inlcude tests):for PHP 5.3:http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-5.3dev-080109-anon.patchfor PHP 6.0:http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-6.0dev-080109-anon.patchFeatues:
- Unlike create_function(), there is no need to take care of
quotes, backslashes and dollars .
- Can be used in loop, but be compiled only once.
- Supports recursive call using __FUNCTION__.
- Supports inline execution. It works like a block scope.
- Works with opcode caches.
Since I couldn't build APC against PHP 5.3, I have tested
PHP 5.2.5 + anonymous function patch and APC 3.0.16.


Example:
<?php
// callback
$arr = array(5, 3, 6, 0);
usort($arr, function($a, $b){ return $a - $b; });
print_r($arr); // 0, 3, 5, 6

// assign to a variable
$lambda = function(){
echo "Hello, World!\n";
};
$lambda(); // "Hello, World!"

// inline execution
$result = function($a, $b){
return $a + $b;
}(1, 2);
var_dump($result); // "int(3)"
?>The anonymous function name is composed of '\0',"ZEND_ANON<#serial>",filename and character position.
- Leading '\0' blocks to be displayed by get_defined_functions().- "ZEND_ANON<" helps determine wheter the function is anonymousor notbecause '<' cannot be used for user-defined function name.
- Serial number and file informations make the name unique.
- char anon_key_buf is long enough because
`snprintf(anon_key_buf, 32, "ZEND_ANON<%llu>", (unsigned long
long)UINT64_MAX)'
returns 31.


Regards,


2008/1/6, Marcus Boerger <>:Hello Stanislav,

tha makesw three then already, how about we ask around again?Ryusuke, can you please start a new ' Square bracketsshortcut' threadto collect opinions and pass along the patch for that?I like the anonymous function patch too. It is clean and simple.Maybe youwant to start a second ' Anonymous functions' thread withthat patch.Can you also please add tests for both?

marcus

Wednesday, January 2, 2008, 7:51:06 PM, you wrote:the square bracket array syntax patch for PHP 5.3,http://www.opendogs.org/pub/php-5.3dev-080101-sbar.patchI remember we discussed that already and it was rejected then(eventhough myself and Andi liked it) - did the people that objectedthenchange their minds?Best regards,
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#7 Feb. 23, 2008 11:44:59

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Hello Andrei,

+1

Friday, February 22, 2008, 7:00:11 PM, you wrote:

> Yes, let's re-open, I'd like to get a closure on that issue (pun
> intended).

> -Andrei

> On Feb 18, 2008, at 8:26 AM, Matvey Arye wrote:

>> Hi All,
>>
>> I second this. Can we please re-open the discussion on anonymous
>> functions as well as closures. That would be an awesome feature.
>> create_function is a bit ugly semantically to be sufficient for all
>> anonymous function needs.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Mat
>>
>> KOYAMA Tetsuji wrote:
>>> Hi lists,
>>>
>>> Is this discussion stopping?
>>>
>>> I want this feature in PHP. Please start to talk.
>>>

>>>> 2008/1/6, Marcus Boerger <>:
>>>>

>>>>>
>>>>> I like the anonymous function patch too. It is clean and simple.
>>>>> Maybe you
>>>>> want to start a second ' Anonymous functions' thread with
>>>>> that patch.
>>>>>
>>>>> Can you also please add tests for both?
>>>>>
>>>>> marcus


Best regards,
Marcus

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#8 Feb. 23, 2008 11:50:45

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And +1 from me :)


David



Am 23.02.2008 um 12:43 schrieb Marcus Boerger:Hello Andrei,

+1

Friday, February 22, 2008, 7:00:11 PM, you wrote:Yes, let's re-open, I'd like to get a closure on that issue (pun
intended).-AndreiOn Feb 18, 2008, at 8:26 AM, Matvey Arye wrote:Hi All,

I second this. Can we please re-open the discussion on anonymous
functions as well as closures. That would be an awesome feature.
create_function is a bit ugly semantically to be sufficient for all
anonymous function needs.

Thanks,
Mat

KOYAMA Tetsuji wrote:Hi lists,

Is this discussion stopping?

I want this feature in PHP. Please start to talk.2008/1/6, Marcus Boerger <>:I like the anonymous function patch too. It is clean and simple.
Maybe you
want to start a second ' Anonymous functions' thread with
that patch.

Can you also please add tests for both?

marcusBest regards,
Marcus

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#9 Feb. 23, 2008 12:51:06

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Hi Andrei,

Am Freitag, den 22.02.2008, 10:00 -0800 schrieb Andrei Zmievski:
> Yes, let's re-open, I'd like to get a closure on that issue (pun
> intended).

+1. I would love it.

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#10 Feb. 23, 2008 16:10:03

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Do we have a working patch somewhere then?

-Andrei

On Feb 23, 2008, at 12:43 PM, Marcus Boerger wrote:Hello Andrei,

+1

Friday, February 22, 2008, 7:00:11 PM, you wrote:Yes, let's re-open, I'd like to get a closure on that issue (pun
intended).-Andrei--
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