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1#!./perl
2
3#
4# test method calls and autoloading.
5#
6
44a8e56a 7print "1..20\n";
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8
9@A::ISA = 'B';
10@B::ISA = 'C';
11
12sub C::d {"C::d"}
13sub D::d {"D::d"}
14
15my $cnt = 0;
16sub test {
17 print "# got `$_[0]', expected `$_[1]'\nnot " unless $_[0] eq $_[1];
18 # print "not " unless shift eq shift;
19 print "ok ", ++$cnt, "\n"
20}
21
22test( A->d, "C::d"); # Update hash table;
23
24*B::d = \&D::d; # Import now.
25test (A->d, "D::d"); # Update hash table;
26
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27{
28 local *B::d;
29 eval 'sub B::d {"B::d1"}'; # Import now.
30 test (A->d, "B::d1"); # Update hash table;
31 undef &B::d;
32 test ((eval { A->d }, ($@ =~ /Undefined subroutine/)), 1);
33}
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44a8e56a 35test (A->d, "D::d"); # Back to previous state
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36
37eval 'sub B::d {"B::d2"}'; # Import now.
38test (A->d, "B::d2"); # Update hash table;
39
40# What follows is hardly guarantied to work, since the names in scripts
41# are already linked to "pruned" globs. Say, `undef &B::d' if it were
42# after `delete $B::{d}; sub B::d {}' would reach an old subroutine.
43
44undef &B::d;
45delete $B::{d};
46test (A->d, "C::d"); # Update hash table;
47
48eval 'sub B::d {"B::d3"}'; # Import now.
49test (A->d, "B::d3"); # Update hash table;
50
51delete $B::{d};
52*dummy::dummy = sub {}; # Mark as updated
53test (A->d, "C::d");
54
55eval 'sub B::d {"B::d4"}'; # Import now.
56test (A->d, "B::d4"); # Update hash table;
57
58delete $B::{d}; # Should work without any help too
59test (A->d, "C::d");
60
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61*A::x = *A::d; # See if cache incorrectly follows synonyms
62A->d;
63test (eval { A->x } || "nope", "nope");
64
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65eval <<'EOF';
66sub C::e;
09280a33 67BEGIN { *B::e = \&C::e } # Shouldn't prevent AUTOLOAD in original pkg
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68sub Y::f;
69$counter = 0;
70
54310121 71@X::ISA = 'Y';
dc848c6f 72@Y::ISA = 'B';
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73
74sub B::AUTOLOAD {
75 my $c = ++$counter;
76 my $method = $B::AUTOLOAD;
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77 my $msg = "B: In $method, $c";
78 eval "sub $method { \$msg }";
79 goto &$method;
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80}
81sub C::AUTOLOAD {
82 my $c = ++$counter;
83 my $method = $C::AUTOLOAD;
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84 my $msg = "C: In $method, $c";
85 eval "sub $method { \$msg }";
86 goto &$method;
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87}
88EOF
89
90test(A->e(), "C: In C::e, 1"); # We get a correct autoload
91test(A->e(), "C: In C::e, 1"); # Which sticks
92
93test(A->ee(), "B: In A::ee, 2"); # We get a generic autoload, method in top
94test(A->ee(), "B: In A::ee, 2"); # Which sticks
95
96test(Y->f(), "B: In Y::f, 3"); # We vivify a correct method
97test(Y->f(), "B: In Y::f, 3"); # Which sticks
98
99# This test is not intended to be reasonable. It is here just to let you
100# know that you broke some old construction. Feel free to rewrite the test
101# if your patch breaks it.
102
103*B::AUTOLOAD = sub {
104 my $c = ++$counter;
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105 my $method = $AUTOLOAD;
106 *$AUTOLOAD = sub { "new B: In $method, $c" };
107 goto &$AUTOLOAD;
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108};
109
110test(A->eee(), "new B: In A::eee, 4"); # We get a correct $autoload
111test(A->eee(), "new B: In A::eee, 4"); # Which sticks