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Id: 49586
Status: resolved
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Queue: PPI

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Requestors: wyant [...] cpan.org
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Broken in: 1.206
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Subject: PPI does not honor canonical way to force curlys to be interpreted as a hash constructor
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PPI does not honor the canonical way to force curly brackets to be interpreted as a hash constructor, as documented in perlref; that is, to add a unary '+' in front of the left curly. There is also no explicit code to honor the canonical way to force curlys to be treated as a block (a semicolon after the left curly (i.e. a null statement), same source), though in practice I have been unable to come up with valid Perl beginning with '{;' that PPI calls a constructor. Invalid Perl is another matter. SVN revision 8963 addresses both the unary-plus omission, and the null-statement nit. In the case of the nit, I was unable to resist the temptation to collapse the look-ahead class determination into an array of hashes, similarly to the way some of the look-behind determination is collapsed into a hash. If this is not what you would prefer, please let me know and I will put that part of the code back the way it was. Thanks for an awesome module, and for your time and attention. Tom Wyant
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