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Id: 4284
Status: open
Priority: 0/
Queue: AppConfig

Owner: Nobody in particular
Requestors: nashif [...]

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Subject: using =s% return undefined hash values
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With this example code I get undefined hash keys as one can see in the debug output... use AppConfig; use Data::Dumper; # create a new AppConfig object my $config = AppConfig->new(); # define a new variable $config->define("define=s%"); $config->getopt(); print Dumper($config->get("define")); runnning the code with debug enabled: % perl testing/ --define dd=sdfd Variable defined: define VALUE => HASH(0x81ec328) DEFAULT => <undef> ARGCOUNT => 3 VALIDATE => <undef> ACTION => <undef> EXPAND => <undef> Calling GetOptions(define=s%, CODE(0x82a4d88)) @ARGV = (--define, dd=sdfd) AppConfig::State=HASH(0x81ec214)->set(define, dd) AppConfig::State=HASH(0x81ec214)->get(define) => HASH(0x81ec328) $VAR1 = { 'dd' => undef }; A bug, or am I doing osmething wrong?
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On Mon Nov 03 22:51:32 2003, guest wrote: [...] Show quoted text
> $config->define("define=s%");
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> % perl testing/ --define dd=sdfd
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> $VAR1 = { > 'dd' => undef > };
I'm seeing the same behavior, I applied the suggested fix from here : <> -my $linkage = sub { $self->set(@_) }; +my $linkage = sub {$_[1] .= "=" . pop() if ( $#_ eq 2 ); +$self->set(@_)}; and it seemed to work. Brian

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