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Song Ma 06-18-2008 05:14 PM

Why ":symbol" failed but 'symbol' successed with JRuby 1.0.3?
 
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Hi,

I was running the test cases from Rails 1.2.6 Action Pack. The full text
of test is here<http://svn.rubyonrails.org/rails/branches/1-2-stable/actionpack/test/controller/test_test.rb>.
There is one case like this:

def test_process_with_session_arg
process :no_op, nil, { 'string' => 'value1', :symbol => 'value2' }
assert_equal 'value1', session['string']
assert_equal 'value1', session[:string]
assert_equal 'value2', session['symbol']
assert_equal 'value2', session[:symbol]
end
I was using JRuby 1.0.3 on a UNIX platform, to my surprised this case only
first assert passed and all other three failed. The error message says
"<value1> expected but was <nil>"

After I changed ":symbol => 'value2' " to " 'symbol' => 'value2' ", assert 1
and 3 passed but 2 and 4 were always failed. The error message was the same.

These tests were passed on my Gentoo box with JRuby 1.0.3. The JVM are the
same Java5.0.

What could be wrong for it? Theoratically JRuby is platform independent and
I was using the same version of JVM on both UNIX and Gentoo. Why 'symbol'
works but :symbol failed?

Thanks,
Song Ma


Roger Pack 06-19-2008 09:10 PM

Re: Why ":symbol" failed but 'symbol' successed with JRuby 1
 
> What could be wrong for it? Theoratically JRuby is platform independent
> and
> I was using the same version of JVM on both UNIX and Gentoo. Why
> 'symbol'
> works but :symbol failed?

might want to ask the jruby group
-R
--
Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.


Charles Oliver Nutter 07-20-2008 04:08 AM

Re: Why ":symbol" failed but 'symbol' successed with JRuby 1.0.3?
 
Song Ma wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I was running the test cases from Rails 1.2.6 Action Pack. The full text
> of test is here<http://svn.rubyonrails.org/rails/branches/1-2-stable/actionpack/test/controller/test_test.rb>.
> There is one case like this:
>
> def test_process_with_session_arg
> process :no_op, nil, { 'string' => 'value1', :symbol => 'value2' }
> assert_equal 'value1', session['string']
> assert_equal 'value1', session[:string]
> assert_equal 'value2', session['symbol']
> assert_equal 'value2', session[:symbol]
> end
> I was using JRuby 1.0.3 on a UNIX platform, to my surprised this case only
> first assert passed and all other three failed. The error message says
> "<value1> expected but was <nil>"
>
> After I changed ":symbol => 'value2' " to " 'symbol' => 'value2' ", assert 1
> and 3 passed but 2 and 4 were always failed. The error message was the same.
>
> These tests were passed on my Gentoo box with JRuby 1.0.3. The JVM are the
> same Java5.0.


You really ought to be using JRuby 1.1.x...1.0.3 is the last maintenance
release to 1.0 and that line has not seen any updates in over a year.
1.1 just had a 1.1.3 release that's worlds better as far as
compatibility and far faster. If this bug still exists in JRuby 1.1.3,
please file an issue for it :)

http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/JRUBY

- Charlie



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