Results for assoc.test.sh

statusbashoshosh_ALT
pass 212323
ok 022
N-I 022
BUG 700
FAIL 011
total282828
casebashoshosh_ALTdescription
0pass pass pass Literal syntax ([x]=y)
1BUG pass pass set associative array to indexed array literal (very surprising bash behavior)
details
2BUG pass pass Can't initialize assoc array with indexed array
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3BUG pass pass Initializing indexed array with assoc array
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4pass pass pass create empty assoc array, put, then get
5pass pass pass retrieve keys with !
6pass pass pass retrieve values with ${A[@]}
7pass FAIL FAIL coerce to string with ${A[*]}, etc.
detailsdetails
8pass pass pass ${A[@]/b/B}
9pass pass pass ${A[@]#prefix}
10pass ok ok ${assoc} disallowed in OSH, like ${assoc[0]} in bash
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11pass pass pass length ${#a[@]}
12pass pass pass lookup with ${a[0]} -- "0" is a string
13pass pass pass lookup with double quoted strings "mykey"
14pass pass pass lookup with single quoted string
15pass pass pass lookup with unquoted $key and quoted "$i$i"
16BUG pass pass lookup by unquoted string doesn't work in OSH because it's a variable
details
17BUG pass pass bash bug: "i+1" and i+1 are the same key
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18pass pass pass Array stored in associative array gets converted to string (without strict_array)
19pass pass pass Indexed array as key of associative array coerces to string (without shopt -s strict_array)
20pass pass pass Append to associative array value A['x']+='suffix'
21BUG pass pass Slice of associative array doesn't make sense in bash
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22pass N-I N-I bash variable can have an associative array part and a string part
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23pass N-I N-I Associative array expressions inside (( )) with keys that look like numbers
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24pass pass pass (( A[5] += 42 ))
25pass pass pass (( A[5] += 42 )) with empty cell
26BUG pass pass setting key to itself (from bash-bug mailing list)
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27pass ok ok readonly associative array can't be modified
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67 passed, 4 OK, 4 not implemented, 7 BUG, 1 failed, 0 timeouts, 0 cases skipped
1 failed under osh

Details on runs that didn't PASS

bash1 set associative array to indexed array literal (very surprising bash behavior)

stdout:
foo
spam eggs
k1
k2
[]
[]
stderr:
/home/andy/git/oilshell/oil/_tmp/spec-bin/bash: line 4: assoc: foo: must use subscript when assigning associative array
/home/andy/git/oilshell/oil/_tmp/spec-bin/bash: line 4: assoc: 'spam eggs': must use subscript when assigning associative array
bash2 Can't initialize assoc array with indexed array

stdout:
status=0
stderr:
/home/andy/git/oilshell/oil/_tmp/spec-bin/bash: line 1: A: 1: must use subscript when assigning associative array
/home/andy/git/oilshell/oil/_tmp/spec-bin/bash: line 1: A: 2: must use subscript when assigning associative array
/home/andy/git/oilshell/oil/_tmp/spec-bin/bash: line 1: A: 3: must use subscript when assigning associative array
bash3 Initializing indexed array with assoc array

stdout:
status=0
['3']
stderr:
osh7 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_ALT7 coerce to string with ${A[*]}, etc.

[osh_ALT 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:
osh10 ${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_ALT10 ${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 *)
bash16 lookup by unquoted string doesn't work in OSH because it's a variable

stdout:
c
stderr:
bash17 bash bug: "i+1" and i+1 are the same key

stdout:
array[i]=6
array[i+1]=7
assoc[i]=string
assoc[i+1]=string+1
assoc[i]=string
assoc[i+1]=string+1
stderr:
bash21 Slice of associative array doesn't make sense in bash

stdout:
['2', '1', '5']
['2', '1', '5']
['1', '5', '4']
['5', '4', '3']
['4', '3']
['3']
stderr:
osh22 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_ALT22 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 *)
osh23 Associative array expressions inside (( )) with keys that look like numbers

stdout:
42
stderr:
  (( var = assoc[0] ))
  ^~
[ stdin ]:5: fatal: Can't evaluate associative arrays in arithmetic contexts
osh_ALT23 Associative array expressions inside (( )) with keys that look like numbers

stdout:
42
stderr:
  (( var = assoc[0] ))
  ^~
[ stdin ]:5: fatal: Can't evaluate associative arrays in arithmetic contexts
bash26 setting key to itself (from bash-bug mailing list)

stdout:
value1
value2
stderr:
osh27 readonly associative array can't be modified

stdout:
stderr: 
  A['x']=1
  ^~
[ stdin ]:2: fatal: Can't assign to readonly associative array
osh_ALT27 readonly associative array can't be modified

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