Results for assoc.test.sh

statusoshosh_.pyosh_.cc
pass 333325
ok 222
N-I 111
FAIL 2210
total383838
caseoshosh_.pyosh_.ccdescription
0pass pass pass Literal syntax ([x]=y)
1pass pass FAIL set associative array to indexed array literal (very surprising bash behavior)
details
2pass pass pass Can't initialize assoc array with indexed array
3pass pass FAIL Initializing indexed array with assoc array
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4pass pass pass create empty assoc array, put, then get
5pass pass pass Empty value (doesn't use EmptyWord?)
6pass pass FAIL retrieve keys with !
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7pass pass FAIL retrieve values with ${A[@]}
details
8FAIL FAIL FAIL coerce to string with ${A[*]}, etc.
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9pass pass FAIL ${A[@]/b/B}
details
10pass pass FAIL ${A[@]#prefix}
details
11ok ok ok ${assoc} disallowed in OSH, like ${assoc[0]} in bash
detailsdetailsdetails
12pass pass pass length ${#a[@]}
13pass pass pass lookup with ${a[0]} -- "0" is a string
14pass pass pass lookup with double quoted strings "mykey"
15pass pass pass lookup with single quoted string
16pass pass pass lookup with unquoted $key and quoted "$i$i"
17pass pass pass lookup by unquoted string doesn't work in OSH because it's a variable
18pass pass pass bash bug: "i+1" and i+1 are the same key
19pass pass pass Array stored in associative array gets converted to string (without strict_array)
20pass pass FAIL Indexed array as key of associative array coerces to string (without shopt -s strict_array)
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21pass pass pass Append to associative array value A['x']+='suffix'
22pass pass pass Slice of associative array doesn't make sense in bash
23N-I N-I N-I bash variable can have an associative array part and a string part
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24pass pass pass Associative array expressions inside (( )) with keys that look like numbers
25pass pass pass (( A[5] += 42 ))
26pass pass pass (( A[5] += 42 )) with empty cell
27pass pass pass setting key to itself (from bash-bug mailing list)
28ok ok ok readonly associative array can't be modified
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29pass pass pass associative array and brace expansion
30pass pass pass bash mangles array #1
31pass pass pass bash mangles array and brace #2
32pass pass pass declare -A A=() alowed
33pass pass FAIL unset -v and assoc array
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34FAIL FAIL FAIL nameref and assoc array
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35pass pass pass ${!ref} and assoc array
36pass pass pass printf -v and assoc array
37pass pass pass bash bug: (( A["$key"] = 1 )) doesn't work
91 passed, 6 OK, 3 not implemented, 0 BUG, 14 failed, 0 timeouts, 0 cases skipped
2 failed under osh

Details on runs that didn't PASS

osh_.cc1 set associative array to indexed array literal (very surprising bash behavior)

[osh_.cc stdout] Expected "foo\nspam eggs\nk1\nk2\n['foo', 'spam eggs']\n['0', '1']\n", got ''
[osh_.cc status] Expected 0, got -6

stdout:
stderr: 
osh_eval.opt: cpp/posix.h:106: Tuple2<int, int> posix::pipe(): Assertion `0' failed.
osh_.cc3 Initializing indexed array with assoc array

[osh_.cc stdout] Expected 'status=2\n[]\n', got '[]\nstatus=2\n'

stdout:
[]
status=2
stderr:
  declare -a a=([xx]=1 [yy]=2 [zz]=3)
             ^~
[ stdin ]:1: 'declare' Got -a but RHS isn't an array

dumb_alloc:
	gNumNew = 2061
	gNumDelete = 185
	gMemPos = 70720

	gNumMalloc = 153
	gNumFree = 0
	gMemPos2 = 10880
osh_.cc6 retrieve keys with !

[osh_.cc stdout] Expected 'a+1\nfoo\nx\n', got ''
[osh_.cc status] Expected 0, got -6

stdout:
stderr: 
osh_eval.opt: cpp/posix.h:106: Tuple2<int, int> posix::pipe(): Assertion `0' failed.
osh_.cc7 retrieve values with ${A[@]}

[osh_.cc stdout] Expected 'b\nbar\nc\n', got ''
[osh_.cc status] Expected 0, got -6

stdout:
stderr: 
osh_eval.opt: cpp/posix.h:106: Tuple2<int, int> posix::pipe(): Assertion `0' failed.
osh8 coerce to string with ${A[*]}, etc.

[osh stdout] Expected "['xx yy']\n['X X Y Y']\n['xx', 'yy']\n['X', 'X', 'Y', 'Y']\n", got "['xx', 'yy']\n['X X Y Y']\n['xx', 'yy']\n['X', 'X', 'Y', 'Y']\n"

stdout:
['xx', 'yy']
['X X Y Y']
['xx', 'yy']
['X', 'X', 'Y', 'Y']
stderr:
osh_.py8 coerce to string with ${A[*]}, etc.

[osh_.py stdout] Expected "['xx yy']\n['X X Y Y']\n['xx', 'yy']\n['X', 'X', 'Y', 'Y']\n", got "['xx', 'yy']\n['X X Y Y']\n['xx', 'yy']\n['X', 'X', 'Y', 'Y']\n"

stdout:
['xx', 'yy']
['X X Y Y']
['xx', 'yy']
['X', 'X', 'Y', 'Y']
stderr:
osh_.cc8 coerce to string with ${A[*]}, etc.

[osh_.cc stdout] Expected "['xx yy']\n['X X Y Y']\n['xx', 'yy']\n['X', 'X', 'Y', 'Y']\n", got "['xx', 'yy']\n['X X Y Y']\n['xx', 'yy']\n['X', 'X', 'Y', 'Y']\n"

stdout:
['xx', 'yy']
['X X Y Y']
['xx', 'yy']
['X', 'X', 'Y', 'Y']
stderr:
dumb_alloc:
	gNumNew = 2326
	gNumDelete = 248
	gMemPos = 78800

	gNumMalloc = 236
	gNumFree = 0
	gMemPos2 = 12176
osh_.cc9 ${A[@]/b/B}

[osh_.cc stdout] Expected 'BBB\nccc\nddd\n', got ''
[osh_.cc status] Expected 0, got -6

stdout:
stderr: 
osh_eval.opt: cpp/posix.h:106: Tuple2<int, int> posix::pipe(): Assertion `0' failed.
osh_.cc10 ${A[@]#prefix}

[osh_.cc stdout] Expected 'hree\none\nwo\n', got ''
[osh_.cc status] Expected 0, got -6

stdout:
stderr: 
osh_eval.opt: cpp/posix.h:106: Tuple2<int, int> posix::pipe(): Assertion `0' failed.
osh11 ${assoc} disallowed in OSH, like ${assoc[0]} in bash

stdout:
stderr: 
  echo "${a}"
        ^~
[ stdin ]:3: fatal: Array 'a' can't be referred to as a scalar (without @ or *)
osh_.py11 ${assoc} disallowed in OSH, like ${assoc[0]} in bash

stdout:
stderr: 
  echo "${a}"
        ^~
[ stdin ]:3: fatal: Array 'a' can't be referred to as a scalar (without @ or *)
osh_.cc11 ${assoc} disallowed in OSH, like ${assoc[0]} in bash

stdout:
stderr: 
  echo "${a}"
  ^~~~
[ stdin ]:3: fatal: Array 'a' can't be referred to as a scalar (without @ or *)

dumb_alloc:
	gNumNew = 1922
	gNumDelete = 160
	gMemPos = 66656

	gNumMalloc = 85
	gNumFree = 0
	gMemPos2 = 9760
osh_.cc20 Indexed array as key of associative array coerces to string (without shopt -s strict_array)

[osh_.cc stdout] Expected 'foo\n1 2 3\n42\n', got ''
[osh_.cc status] Expected 0, got -6

stdout:
stderr: 
osh_eval.opt: cpp/posix.h:106: Tuple2<int, int> posix::pipe(): Assertion `0' failed.
osh23 bash variable can have an associative array part and a string part

stdout:
stderr: 
  echo ${assoc[1]} ${assoc[2]} ${assoc}
                               ^~
[ stdin ]:4: fatal: Array 'assoc' can't be referred to as a scalar (without @ or *)
osh_.py23 bash variable can have an associative array part and a string part

stdout:
stderr: 
  echo ${assoc[1]} ${assoc[2]} ${assoc}
                               ^~
[ stdin ]:4: fatal: Array 'assoc' can't be referred to as a scalar (without @ or *)
osh_.cc23 bash variable can have an associative array part and a string part

stdout:
stderr: 
  echo ${assoc[1]} ${assoc[2]} ${assoc}
  ^~~~
[ stdin ]:4: fatal: Array 'assoc' can't be referred to as a scalar (without @ or *)

dumb_alloc:
	gNumNew = 1978
	gNumDelete = 164
	gMemPos = 68096

	gNumMalloc = 107
	gNumFree = 0
	gMemPos2 = 10144
osh28 readonly associative array can't be modified

stdout:
stderr: 
  A['x']=1
  ^~
[ stdin ]:2: fatal: Can't assign to readonly associative array
osh_.py28 readonly associative array can't be modified

stdout:
stderr: 
  A['x']=1
  ^~
[ stdin ]:2: fatal: Can't assign to readonly associative array
osh_.cc28 readonly associative array can't be modified

stdout:
stderr: 
  A['x']=1
  ^~
[ stdin ]:2: fatal: Can't assign to readonly associative array

dumb_alloc:
	gNumNew = 1798
	gNumDelete = 139
	gMemPos = 63104

	gNumMalloc = 49
	gNumFree = 0
	gMemPos2 = 9184
osh_.cc33 unset -v and assoc array

[osh_.cc stdout] Expected 'len=1\nlen=0\nlen=1\nlen=0\nlen=1\nlen=0\n', got ''
[osh_.cc status] Expected 0, got -6

stdout:
stderr: 
osh_eval.opt: cpp/posix.h:106: Tuple2<int, int> posix::pipe(): Assertion `0' failed.
osh34 nameref and assoc array

[osh stdout] Expected 'values: val\nbefore val\nafter val2\nvalues: val2\n---\nbefore val2\nafter val3\nvalues: val3\n', got 'values: val\nbefore A["K"]\nafter val2\nvalues: val\n---\nbefore A[$key]\nafter val3\nvalues: val\n'

stdout:
values: val
before A["K"]
after val2
values: val
---
before A[$key]
after val3
values: val
stderr:
osh_.py34 nameref and assoc array

[osh_.py stdout] Expected 'values: val\nbefore val\nafter val2\nvalues: val2\n---\nbefore val2\nafter val3\nvalues: val3\n', got 'values: val\nbefore A["K"]\nafter val2\nvalues: val\n---\nbefore A[$key]\nafter val3\nvalues: val\n'

stdout:
values: val
before A["K"]
after val2
values: val
---
before A[$key]
after val3
values: val
stderr:
osh_.cc34 nameref and assoc array

[osh_.cc stdout] Expected 'values: val\nbefore val\nafter val2\nvalues: val2\n---\nbefore val2\nafter val3\nvalues: val3\n', got 'values: val\nbefore A["K"]\nafter val2\nvalues: val\n---\nbefore A[$key]\nafter val3\nvalues: val\n'

stdout:
values: val
before A["K"]
after val2
values: val
---
before A[$key]
after val3
values: val
stderr:
dumb_alloc:
	gNumNew = 3635
	gNumDelete = 444
	gMemPos = 115072

	gNumMalloc = 655
	gNumFree = 0
	gMemPos2 = 18928