Note to myself: If I ever see that error again when running PHPUnit tests
Invalid argument supplied for foreach()
phar://C:/Program Files (x86)/PHPUnit/phpunit.phar/PHPUnit/Framework/Constraint/TraversableContains.php:110
phar://C:/Program Files (x86)/PHPUnit/phpunit.phar/PHPUnit/Framework/Constraint.php:82
phar://C:/Program Files (x86)/PHPUnit/phpunit.phar/PHPUnit/Framework/Constraint/And.php:113
please remember that
$this->contains() is not the same as
$this->stringContains(). The first one is a constraint for arrays, the second one is for strings.
My name is Christian, I’m a developer from Berlin/Germany. Primarly I’m programming in PHP but I’m open to any kind of programming language or web technology as long as it can do the job. When creating PHP applications I prefer using the Symfony2 framework, which is why most of my blog will be related to it and the so called “Symfony ecosystem”.
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