Caveats

Even though Opis Closure provides a ton of great features, there are some known limitations about which we consider you must be warned of.

Native classes

Opis Closure will automatically wrap every closure, in every object, as long as that object is an instance of a class defined in userland code. But when it comes to wrap closures contained by objects that are instances of classes that are not defined in userland code, - classes provided by PHP itself or by some native extension - we are unable to check if those objects contain closures. And this is because PHP doesn’t allow us to access a native class’ internal properties from userland code.

Multiple closures per line

Due to PHP’s own limitations, the library is unable to distinguish between two or more closures when they are on the same line.

// This will NOT work!
$first = function() {return "1st";}; $second = function() {return "2nd";};

// This will work!
$first = function() {return "1st";};
$second = function() {return "2nd";};

Multiple namespaces per file

This limitation is a design choice we’ve made in order to keep the parser logic as simple as possible. Having multiple namespaces per file is very uncommon, and is generally considered to be a bad practice. Therefore, the impact of this decision should be minimal.

// Won't work
namespace A {
}
namespace B {
}