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Looks legit, thanks for the report. If you're up for submitting a PR with your patch and a failing test that proves it, I can get it merged. Otherwise, we'll add that in as soon as someone has a chance to write a test for it. Thanks again. nateabele
Are you sure your problem is related to composer ? (`require` clause seems to be good) When do you have this error ? Can you give me more details, please ? scharrier
Should be all set tmaiaroto
@tmaiaroto any chance you can add this package to packagist? I can do it but I wouldn't be able to set up the hook for it to auto update. mariano
Thanks @tmaiaroto. Count me in to help. fedeisas
I've had some very strange issues with the late PHP 5.5.x series on OSX. Upgrading to 5.6.0 helped. davidpersson
I have to revisit and see where I left off. I had a lot of cool ideas planned for this thing. tmaiaroto
@tmaiaroto Yup, we are using it, so whatever I can do to help let me know. mariano
Sorry guys, was on vacation. Should be all set. On another note, I have like zero time for this library...Is anyone using and/or interested in this? I'd more than happy to accept pull requests and bring in collaborators. tmaiaroto
@tmaiaroto +1 on this. Thanks @fedeisas ;) mariano
Another update, I switched php5-fpm from using unix sockets to tcp/ip for nginx fastcgi_pass. I primed a load tester with a few different traffic patterns, and slowly hit the site with about 150 clients across about 45 minutes. Out of 46,000 requests, the error has seemingly gone away. I'm unsure if it was the opcache or the the php5-fpm switch from sockets that did it. ericcholis
I created an [opcache blacklist file](http://php.net/manual/en/opcache.configuration.php#ini.opcache.blacklist-filename) that excludes Exporter.php from being cached, we'll see how that goes. Also, I'm spinning up some PHP 5.4 instances to see if it's something with my configuration. Also, I'm collecting information on the closure that is assigned to ````$object````, to see where it might be from. Very strange behavior.... ericcholis
Keep me posted. nateabele