pug-php/pug-symfony

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src/Pug/Symfony/Traits/Options.php

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Call to method setOptions from undeclared class \Pug\Pug
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        $this->getRenderer()->setOptions($options);
Severity: Critical
Found in src/Pug/Symfony/Traits/Options.php by phan

Call to method getOption from undeclared class \Pug\Pug
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            : $pug->getOption($name);
Severity: Critical
Found in src/Pug/Symfony/Traits/Options.php by phan

Call to method setOption from undeclared class \Pug\Pug
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        $this->getRenderer()->setOption($name, $value);
Severity: Critical
Found in src/Pug/Symfony/Traits/Options.php by phan

Property \Pug\Symfony\Traits\Options->pug has undeclared type \Pug\Pug
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 * @property Pug|null $pug
Severity: Minor
Found in src/Pug/Symfony/Traits/Options.php by phan

Return type of getRenderer() is undeclared type \Pug\Pug
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 * @method Pug   getRenderer()
Severity: Minor
Found in src/Pug/Symfony/Traits/Options.php by phan

Call to method hasOption from undeclared class \Pug\Pug
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        return method_exists($pug, 'hasOption') && !$pug->hasOption($name)
Severity: Critical
Found in src/Pug/Symfony/Traits/Options.php by phan

Rename "$options" which has the same name as the field declared at line 20.
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            $options = $this->getRendererOptions();

Shadowing fields with a local variable is a bad practice that reduces code readability: it makes it confusing to know whether the field or the variable is being used.

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class Foo {
  public $myField;

  public function doSomething() {
    $myField = 0;
    ...
  }
}

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