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Id: 32141
Status: resolved
Priority: 0/
Queue: Hash-AsObject

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Owner: nkuitse [...] cpan.org
Requestors: rafl [...] debian.org
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Severity: Important
Broken in: 0.09
Fixed in: (no value)



Subject: Broken can()
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The can() implementation currently just returns 1. According to the UNIVERSAL documentation this is wrong as the can method should return a code reference to the method that would be invoked if you would have invoked a method with the name given as the second argument. The following code, which could be taken as a testcase, is ought to work: my $o = Hash::AsObject->new({ a => 42 }); die unless $o->can('a')->($o) == 42; but it currently doesn't as perl will try to dereference a plan scalar holding '1', which is not going to work. It'll throw an exception instead. A possible solution is to generate the accessor/mutator methods in can as well as in AUTOLOAD and return a reference to the newly created sub from can. If you want me to I can provide a fix and tests for this issue.
Fixed in 0.10. Thanks for reporting!


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