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28# This test checks whether "typeset -m" correctly moves local variables
29# into a global variable tree.
30#
31# This was reported as CR #XXXXXXXX ("XXXX"):
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36
37function err_exit
38{
39	print -u2 -n "\t"
40	print -u2 -r ${Command}[$1]: "${@:2}"
41	(( Errors+=1 ))
42}
43
44alias err_exit='err_exit $LINENO'
45
46integer Errors=0
47
48## test start
49typeset -C tree1 tree2
50
51# add node to tree which uses "typeset -m" to move a local variable
52# into tree1.subtree["a_node"]
53function f1
54{
55	nameref tr=$1
56	typeset -A tr.subtree
57	typeset -C node
58	node.one="hello"
59	node.two="world"
60	# move local note into the array
61false
62	typeset -m tr.subtree["a_node"]=node
63	return 0
64}
65
66# Alternative version which uses "nameref" instead of "typeset -m"
67function f2
68{
69	nameref tr=$1
70	typeset -A tr.subtree
71	nameref node=tr.subtree["a_node"]
72	node.one="hello"
73	node.two="world"
74	return 0
75}
76
77f1 tree1
78f2 tree2
79
80[[ "${tree1.subtree["a_node"].one}" == "hello" ]] || err_exit "expected tree1.subtree[\"a_node\"].one == 'hello', got ${tree1.subtree["a_node"].one}"
81[[ "${tree1.subtree["a_node"].two}" == "world" ]] || err_exit "expected tree1.subtree[\"a_node\"].two == 'world', got ${tree1.subtree["a_node"].two}"
82[[ "${tree1}" == "${tree2}" ]] || err_exit "tree1 and tree2 differ:$'\n'"
83
84# tests done
85exit $((Errors))
86