On Sun, Jun 5, 2011 at 17:52, Felipe Pena <feli...@gmail.com> wrote:
Reading our bug tracker I noticed a good feature request  from 2009 which
points to an interesting feature that I think makes sense for us, since we
are now working with $f() using objects and strings, and the array('class',
'method') is an old known for call_user_func()-like functions.
I like it.
I also think we should implement "callable" typehint.
A lot of framworks are now adopting Closure as a typehint for that,
which is annoying due to the fact you have to wrap anything else in a
closure just to pass that typehint.
Essentially the callable typehint would be the same as is_callable($arg, true);
That means I can pass in any string with a function name, an array
(with class+methodname), and a closure.