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[6.x] Fixes issue for has_listeners method on dispatcher #31403

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imanghafoori1 commented Feb 8, 2020

Currently the has_listeners method on the dispatcher class is not able to detect the listeners with wildcards, but getListeners() method can detect and return such listeners.
I also added test to cover that.

And of course because the || operator is lazy in php, it does not go for execution of the closure in cases, the first two conditions are true.

The below code demonstrates that :

        Event::listen('foo.*', function () {
        Event::hasListeners(''); // false
        Event::getListeners(''); // returns closure !
@taylorotwell taylorotwell merged commit 28df132 into laravel:6.x Feb 10, 2020
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