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PHP 7.2 introduces a backward-incompatible change that issues a warning when counting non-countable types.
This breaks PRADO's TCallbackPageStateTracker, preventing active controls from being updated after postbacks (and probably causing issues in a few other places as well).
It looks like one is supposed to wrap everything in an isset() validation before calling count(), from here on out.
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Fix issue reported on #663
So, the fix for the main issue reported is already in master. I'll keep this open until i finish reviewing the rest of the code.
Another php 7.2 compatibility fix: 1b68861
Now that 4.0.1 is released with the fix, I think it's time to close this ticket, too.
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