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Subject: Unable to achieve a round trip
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The test, t/10intRT48594.t has the following code: my $data = {'0' => '0'}; $str = PHP::Serialization::serialize( $data ); is($str,'a:1:{i:0;i:0;}', 'Keys and vals are ints for 0'); If you take the string returned in $str and pass it to PHP::Serialization::unserialize($str), you will get back an array ref, not a hash ref. In other words, you don't get a clean round-trip. $struct = PHP::Serialization::unserialize($str); is_deeply($struct, $data, 'Successful round trip.'); You'll find that the structure returned by unserialize is an array. An unsuccessful round trip seems like a problem.


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