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Skip <~> test on VMS
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1#!./perl
2
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3BEGIN {
4 chdir 't' if -d 't';
9b38b307 5 @INC = qw(. ../lib);
93b2dae1 6 require 'test.pl';
72b16652 7}
a687059c 8
d67594ff 9plan( tests => 17 );
a687059c 10
0a753a76 11@oops = @ops = <op/*>;
a687059c 12
68dc0745 13if ($^O eq 'MSWin32') {
3cd616b9 14 map { $files{lc($_)}++ } <op/*>;
6d0cc0d7 15 map { delete $files{"op/$_"} } split /[\s\n]/, `dir /b /l op & dir /b /l /ah op 2>nul`,
68dc0745 16}
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17elsif ($^O eq 'VMS') {
18 map { $files{lc($_)}++ } <[.op]*>;
19 map { s/;.*$//; delete $files{lc($_)}; } split /[\n]/, `directory/noheading/notrailing/versions=1 [.op]`,
20}
68dc0745 21else {
3cd616b9 22 map { $files{$_}++ } <op/*>;
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23 map { delete $files{$_} } split /[\s\n]/, `echo op/*`;
24}
9b38b307 25ok( !(keys(%files)),'leftover op/* files' ) or diag(join(' ',sort keys %files));
a687059c 26
9b38b307 27cmp_ok($/,'eq',"\n",'sane input record separator');
a687059c 28
9b38b307 29$not = '';
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30while (<jskdfjskdfj* op/* jskdjfjkosvk*>) {
31 $not = "not " unless $_ eq shift @ops;
32 $not = "not at all " if $/ eq "\0";
a687059c 33}
9b38b307 34ok(!$not,"glob amid garbage [$not]");
a687059c 35
9b38b307 36cmp_ok($/,'eq',"\n",'input record separator still sane');
0a753a76 37
7b903762 38$_ = "op/*";
0a753a76 39@glops = glob $_;
9b38b307 40cmp_ok("@glops",'eq',"@oops",'glob operator 1');
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41
42@glops = glob;
9b38b307 43cmp_ok("@glops",'eq',"@oops",'glob operator 2');
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44
45# glob should still work even after the File::Glob stash has gone away
46# (this used to dump core)
47my $i = 0;
48for (1..2) {
49 eval "<.>";
9b38b307 50 ok(!length($@),"eval'ed a glob $_");
1bb8785a 51 local %File::Glob::;
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52 ++$i;
53}
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54cmp_ok($i,'==',2,'remove File::Glob stash');
55
56# a more sinister version of the same test (crashes from 5.8 to 5.13.1)
57{
1bb8785a 58 local %File::Glob::;
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59 local %CORE::GLOBAL::;
60 eval "<.>";
61 ok(!length($@),"remove File::Glob stash *and* CORE::GLOBAL::glob");
62}
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63# Also try undeffing the typeglob itself, instead of hiding it
64{
65 local *CORE::GLOBAL::glob;
66 ok eval { glob("0"); 1 },
67 'undefined *CORE::GLOBAL::glob{CODE} at run time';
68}
69# And hide the typeglob without hiding File::Glob (crashes from 5.8
70# to 5.15.4)
71{
72 local %CORE::GLOBAL::;
73 ok eval q{ glob("0"); 1 },
74 'undefined *CORE::GLOBAL::glob{CODE} at compile time';
75}
fe4a5e1f 76
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77# ... while ($var = glob(...)) should test definedness not truth
78
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79SKIP: {
80 skip('no File::Glob to emulate Unix-ism', 1)
81 unless $INC{'File/Glob.pm'};
82 my $ok = 0;
83 $ok = 1 while my $var = glob("0");
84 ok($ok,'define versus truth');
6ffa69ae 85}
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86
87# The formerly-broken test for the situation above would accidentally
88# test definedness for an assignment with a LOGOP on the right:
33cec765 89{
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90 my $f = 0;
91 my $ok = 1;
92 $ok = 0, undef $f while $x = $f||$f;
93 ok($ok,'test definedness with LOGOP');
33cec765 94}
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95
96cmp_ok(scalar(@oops),'>',0,'glob globbed something');
93b2dae1 97
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98SKIP: {
99 skip "~ globbing returns nothing on VMS", 1 if $^O eq 'VMS';
100 # This test exists mainly for miniperl, to test that external calls to
101 # csh, which clear %ENV first, leave $ENV{HOME}.
102 # On Windows, external glob uses File::DosGlob which returns "~", so
103 # this should pass anyway.
104 ok <~>, '~ works';
105}
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106
107{
108 my $called;
109 local *CORE::GLOBAL::glob = sub { ++$called };
110 eval 'CORE::glob("0")';
111 ok !$called, 'CORE::glob bypasses overrides';
112}