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Now that we don't support ACF9, can we use invoke() instead of evaluate()? #472

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seancorfield opened this Issue Apr 14, 2017 · 0 comments

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seancorfield commented Apr 14, 2017

The only reason we use evaluate() is because there was no portable way to do dynamic member invocation. ACF10+ has invoke() and at some point Railo/Lucee also added this. It would be worth updating the code to use invoke() (even tho' that is horribly the wrong solution to what should have been a simpler parser change!).

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