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[4.0.x] - Renamed the arrayToObject to toObject #14389

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niden commented Sep 17, 2019


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Renamed the arrayToObject to toObject from the Arr helper


@niden niden added this to In progress in 4.0 Release via automation Sep 17, 2019
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Codecov Report

Merging #14389 into 4.0.x will increase coverage by <.01%.
The diff coverage is n/a.

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##            4.0.x   #14389      +/-   ##
+ Coverage   67.63%   67.64%   +<.01%     
  Files         478      478              
  Lines      110989   110959      -30     
- Hits        75069    75053      -16     
+ Misses      35920    35906      -14
@niden niden merged commit 8b5113b into phalcon:4.0.x Sep 17, 2019
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