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1#!perl
2#
3# regression tests for old bugs that don't fit other categories
4
5BEGIN {
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6 require Config; import Config;
7 no warnings 'once';
8 if ($Config{'extensions'} !~ /\bData\/Dumper\b/) {
9 print "1..0 # Skip: Data::Dumper was not built\n";
10 exit 0;
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11 }
12}
13
14use strict;
ecf0432f 15use Test::More tests => 6;
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16use Data::Dumper;
17
18{
19 sub iterate_hash {
20 my ($h) = @_;
21 my $count = 0;
22 $count++ while each %$h;
23 return $count;
24 }
25
26 my $dumper = Data::Dumper->new( [\%ENV], ['ENV'] )->Sortkeys(1);
27 my $orig_count = iterate_hash(\%ENV);
28 $dumper->Dump;
29 my $new_count = iterate_hash(\%ENV);
30 is($new_count, $orig_count, 'correctly resets hash iterators');
31}
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32
33# [perl #38612] Data::Dumper core dump in 5.8.6, fixed by 5.8.7
34sub foo {
35 my $s = shift;
36 local $Data::Dumper::Terse = 1;
37 my $c = eval Dumper($s);
38 sub bar::quote { }
39 bless $c, 'bar';
40 my $d = Data::Dumper->new([$c]);
41 $d->Freezer('quote');
42 return $d->Dump;
43}
44foo({});
45ok(1, "[perl #38612]"); # Still no core dump? We are fine.
46
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47{
48 my %h = (1,2,3,4);
49 each %h;
50
51 my $d = Data::Dumper->new([\%h]);
52 $d->Useqq(1);
53 my $txt = $d->Dump();
54 my $VAR1;
55 eval $txt;
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56 is_deeply($VAR1, \%h, '[perl #40668] Reset hash iterator');
57}
58
59# [perl #64744] Data::Dumper each() bad interaction
60{
61 local $Data::Dumper::Useqq = 1;
62 my $a = {foo => 1, bar => 1};
63 each %$a;
64 $a = {x => $a};
65
66 my $d = Data::Dumper->new([$a]);
67 $d->Useqq(1);
68 my $txt = $d->Dump();
69 my $VAR1;
70 eval $txt;
71 is_deeply($VAR1, $a, '[perl #64744] Reset hash iterator');
d6686524 72}
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73
74# [perl #56766] Segfaults on bad syntax - fixed with version 2.121_17
75sub doh
76{
77 # 2nd arg is supposed to be an arrayref
78 my $doh = Data::Dumper->Dump([\@_],'@_');
79}
80doh('fixed');
81ok(1, "[perl #56766]"); # Still no core dump? We are fine.
82
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83# [perl #72332] Segfault on empty-string glob
84Data::Dumper->Dump([*{*STDERR{IO}}]);
85ok("ok", #ok
86 "empty-string glob [perl #72332]");
87
85d2acea 88# EOF