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Update the bundled external perl module Text-Template to version 1.56

Fixes #9287

Reviewed-by: Matt Caswell <matt@openssl.org>
(Merged from https://github.com/openssl/openssl/pull/9828)
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Richard Levitte 2 years ago
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@ -10,5 +10,5 @@ Here, we simply list those modules and where we got them from.
Downloaded and bundled Perl modules
-----------------------------------
Text::Template 1.46 was downloaded from
http://search.cpan.org/CPAN/authors/id/M/MJ/MJD/Text-Template-1.46.tar.gz
Text::Template 1.56 was downloaded from
https://cpan.metacpan.org/authors/id/M/MS/MSCHOUT/Text-Template-1.56.tar.gz

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t/02-hash.t
t/03-out.t
t/04-safe.t
t/05-safe2.t
t/06-ofh.t
t/07-safe3.t
t/08-exported.t
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ExtUtils::MakeMaker: 0
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use ExtUtils::MakeMaker;
WriteMakefile(
NAME => 'Text::Template',
VERSION_FROM => 'lib/Text/Template.pm',
# 'linkext' => {LINKTYPE => ''},
'dist' => {COMPRESS => 'gzip', SUFFIX => 'gz'},
);

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Text::Template v1.46
This is a library for generating form letters, building HTML pages, or
filling in templates generally. A `template' is a piece of text that
has little Perl programs embedded in it here and there. When you
`fill in' a template, you evaluate the little programs and replace
them with their values.
Here's an example of a template:
Dear {$title} {$lastname},
It has come to our attention that you are delinquent in your
{$monthname[$last_paid_month]} payment. Please remit
${sprintf("%.2f", $amount)} immediately, or your patellae may
be needlessly endangered.
Love,
Mark "{nickname(rand 20)}" Dominus
The result of filling in this template is a string, which might look
something like this:
Dear Mr. Gates,
It has come to our attention that you are delinquent in your
February payment. Please remit
$392.12 immediately, or your patellae may
be needlessly endangered.
Love,
Mark "Vizopteryx" Dominus
You can store a template in a file outside your program. People can
modify the template without modifying the program. You can separate
the formatting details from the main code, and put the formatting
parts of the program into the template. That prevents code bloat and
encourages functional separation.
You can fill in the template in a `Safe' compartment. This means that
if you don't trust the person who wrote the code in the template, you
won't have to worry that they are tampering with your program when you
execute it.
----------------------------------------------------------------
Text::Template was originally released some time in late 1995 or early
1996. After three years of study and investigation, I rewrote it from
scratch in January 1999. The new version, 1.0, was much faster,
delivered better functionality and was almost 100% backward-compatible
with the previous beta versions.
I have added a number of useful features and conveniences since the
1.0 release, while still retaining backward compatibility. With one
merely cosmetic change, the current version of Text::Template passes
the test suite that the old beta versions passed.
Questions or comments should be addressed to
mjd-perl-template+@plover.com. This address goes directly to me, and
not to anyone else; it is not a mailing list address.
To receive occasional announcements of new versions of T::T, send an
empty note to mjd-perl-template-request@plover.com. This mailing list
is not for discussion; it is for announcements only. Therefore, there
is no address for sending messages to the list.
You can get the most recent version of Text::Template, news, comments,
and other collateral information from
<URL:http://www.plover.com/~mjd/perl/Template/>.
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.46 since v1.44:
Thanks to Rik Signes, there is a new
Text::Template->append_text_to_output method, which
Text::Template always uses whenever it wants to emit output.
You can subclass this to get control over the output, for
example for postprocessing.
A spurious warning is no longer emitted when the TYPE
parameter to ->new is omitted.
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.44 since v1.43:
This is a maintentance release. There are no feature changes.
_scrubpkg, which was responsible for eptying out temporary
packages after the module had done with them, wasn't always
working; the result was memory-leaks in long-running
applications. This should be fixed now, and there is a test
in the test suite for it.
Minor changes to the test suite to prevent spurious errors.
Minor documentation changes.
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.43 since v1.42:
The ->new method now fails immediately and sets
$Text::Template::ERROR if the file that is named by a filename
argument does not exist or cannot be opened for some other
reason. Formerly, the constructor would succeed and the
->fill_in call would fail.
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.42 since v1.41:
This is a maintentance release. There are no feature changes.
Fixed a bug relating to use of UNTAINT under perl 5.005_03 and
possibly other versions.
Taint-related tests are now more comprehensive.
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.41 since v1.40:
This is a maintentance release. There are no feature changes.
Tests now work correctly on Windows systems and possibly on
other non-unix systems.
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.40 since v1.31:
New UNTAINT option tells the module that it is safe to 'eval'
code even though it has come from a file or filehandle.
Code added to prevent memory leaks when filling many
templates. Thanks to Itamar Almeida de Carvalho.
Bug fix: $OUT was not correctly initialized when used in
conjunction with SAFE.
You may now use a glob ref when passing a filehandle to the
->new funcion. Formerly, a glob was reuqired.
New subclass: Text::Template::Preprocess. Just like
Text::Template, but you may supply a PREPROCESS option in the
constructor or the fill_in call; this is a function which
receives each code fragment prior to evaluation, and which may
modify and return the fragment; the modified fragment is what
is evaluated.
Error messages passed to BROKEN subroutines will now report
the correct line number of the template at which the error
occurred:
Illegal division by zero at template line 37.
If the template comes from a file, the filename will be
reported as well:
Illegal division by zero at catalog.tmpl line 37.
INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE:
The format of the default error message has changed. It used
to look like:
Program fragment at line 30 delivered error ``Illegal division by zero''
It now looks like:
Program fragment delivered error ``Illegal division by zero at catalog.tmpl line 37''
Note that the default message used to report the line number
at which the program fragment began; it now reports the line
number at which the error actually occurred.
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.31 since v1.23:
Just bug fixes---fill_in_string was failing. Thanks to
Donald L. Greer Jr. for the test case.
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.23 since v1.22:
Small bug fix: DELIMITER and other arguments were being
ignored in calls to fill_in_file and fill_this_in. (Thanks to
Jonathan Roy for reporting this.)
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.22 since v1.20:
You can now specify that certain Perl statements be prepended
to the beginning of every program fragment in a template,
either per template, or for all templates, or for the duration
of only one call to fill_in. This is useful, for example, if
you want to enable `strict' checks in your templates but you
don't want to manually add `use strict' to the front of every
program fragment everywhere.
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.20 since v1.12:
You can now specify that the program fragment delimiters are
strings other than { and }. This has three interesting
effects: First, it changes the delimiter strings. Second, it
disables the special meaning of \, so you have to be really,
really sure that the delimiters will not appear in your
templates. And third, because of the simplifications
introduced by the elimination of \ processing, template
parsing is 20-25% faster.
See the manual section on `Alternative Delimiters'.
Fixed bug having to do with undefined values in HASH options.
In particular, Text::Template no longer generates a warning if
you try to give a variable an undefined value.
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.12 since v1.11:
I forgot to say that Text::Template ISA Exporter, so the
exported functions never got exported. Duhhh!
Template TYPEs are now case-insensitive. The `new' method now
diagnoses attempts to use an invalid TYPE.
More tests for these things.
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.11 since v1.10:
Fixed a bug in the way backslashes were processed. The 1.10
behavior was incompatible with the beta versions and was also
inconvenient. (`\n' in templates was replaced with `n' before
it was given to Perl for evaluation.) The new behavior is
also incompatible with the beta versions, but it is only a
little bit incompatible, and it is probbaly better.
Documentation for the new behavior, and tests for the bug.
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.10 since v1.03:
New OUTPUT option delivers template results directly to a
filehandle instead of making them into a string. Saves space
and time.
PACKAGE and HASH now work intelligently with SAFE.
Fragments may now output data directly to the template, rather
than having to arrange to return it as a return value at the
end. This means that where you used to have to write this:
{ my $blist = '';
foreach $i (@items) {
$blist .= qq{ * $i\n};
}
$blist;
}
You can now write this instead, because $OUT is special.
{ foreach $i (@items) {
$OUT.= " * $i\n";
}
}
(`A spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down.')
Fixed some small bugs. Worked around a bug in Perl that does
the wrong thing with $x = <Y> when $x contains a glob.
More documentation. Errors fixed.
Lots more tests.
----------------------------------------------------------------
What's new in v1.03 since v1.0:
Code added to support HASH option to fill_in.
(Incl. `_gensym' function.)
Documentation for HASH.
New test file for HASH.
Note about failure of lexical variables to propagate into
templates. Why does this surprise people?
Bug fix: program fragments are evaluated in an environment with
`no strict' by default. Otherwise, you get a lot of `Global
symbol "$v" requires explicit package name' failures. Why didn't
the test program pick this up? Because the only variable the test
program ever used was `$a', which is exempt. Duhhhhh.
Fixed the test program.
Various minor documentation fixes.
----------------------------------------------------------------
Improvements of 1.0 over the old 0.1beta:
New features:
At least twice as fast
Better support for filling out the same template more than once
Now supports evaluation of program fragments in Safe
compartments. (Thanks, Jonathan!)
Better argument syntax
More convenience functions
The parser is much better and simpler.
Once a template is parsed, the parsed version is stored so that
it needn't be parsed again.
BROKEN function behavior is rationalized. You can now pass an
arbitrary argument to your BROKEN function, or return a value
from it to the main program.
Documentation overhauled.

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#!perl
use Text::Template;
print "1..1\n";
if ($Text::Template::VERSION == 1.46) {
print "ok 1\n";
} else {
print "not ok 1\n";
}

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#!perl
#
# Tests of basic, essential functionality
#
use Text::Template;
$X::v = $Y::v = 0; # Suppress `var used only once'
print "1..31\n";
$n=1;
$template_1 = <<EOM;
We will put value of \$v (which is "abc") here -> {\$v}
We will evaluate 1+1 here -> {1 + 1}
EOM
# (1) Construct temporary template file for testing
# file operations
$TEMPFILE = "tt$$";
open(TMP, "> $TEMPFILE") or print "not ok $n\n" && &abort("Couldn\'t write tempfile $TEMPFILE: $!");
print TMP $template_1;
close TMP;
print "ok $n\n"; $n++;
# (2) Build template from file
$template = new Text::Template ('type' => 'FILE', 'source' => $TEMPFILE);
if (defined($template)) {
print "ok $n\n";
} else {
print "not ok $n $Text::Template::ERROR\n";
}
$n++;
# (3) Fill in template from file
$X::v = "abc";
$resultX = <<EOM;
We will put value of \$v (which is "abc") here -> abc
We will evaluate 1+1 here -> 2
EOM
$Y::v = "ABC";
$resultY = <<EOM;
We will put value of \$v (which is "abc") here -> ABC
We will evaluate 1+1 here -> 2
EOM
$text = $template->fill_in('package' => X);
if ($text eq $resultX) {
print "ok $n\n";
} else {
print "not ok $n\n";
}
$n++;
# (4) Fill in same template again
$text = $template->fill_in('package' => Y);
if ($text eq $resultY) {
print "ok $n\n";
} else {
print "not ok $n\n";
}
$n++;
# (5) Simple test of `fill_this_in'
$text = Text::Template->fill_this_in( $template_1, 'package' => X);
if ($text eq $resultX) {
print "ok $n\n";
} else {
print "not ok $n\n";
}
$n++;
# (6) test creation of template from filehandle
if (open (TMPL, "< $TEMPFILE")) {
$template = new Text::Template ('type' => 'FILEHANDLE',
'source' => *TMPL);
if (defined($template)) {
print "ok $n\n";
} else {
print "not ok $n $Text::Template::ERROR\n";
}
$n++;
# (7) test filling in of template from filehandle
$text = $template->fill_in('package' => X);
if ($text eq $resultX) {
print "ok $n\n";
} else {
print "not ok $n\n";
}
$n++;
# (8) test second fill_in on same template object
$text = $template->fill_in('package' => Y);
if ($text eq $resultY) {
print "ok $n\n";
} else {
print "not ok $n\n";
}
$n++;
close TMPL;
} else {
print "not ok $n\n"; $n++;
print "not ok $n\n"; $n++;
print "not ok $n\n"; $n++;
}
# (9) test creation of template from array
$template = new Text::Template
('type' => 'ARRAY',
'source' => [
'We will put value of $v (which is "abc") here -> {$v}',
"\n",
'We will evaluate 1+1 here -> {1+1}',
"\n",
]);
if (defined($template)) {
print "ok $n\n";
} else {
print "not ok $n $Text::Template::ERROR\n";
}
$n++;
# (10) test filling in of template from array
$text = $template->fill_in('package' => X);
if ($text eq $resultX) {
print "ok $n\n";
} else {
print "not ok $n\n";
}
$n++;
# (11) test second fill_in on same array template object
$text = $template->fill_in('package' => Y);
if ($text eq $resultY) {
print "ok $n\n";
} else {
print "not ok $n\n";
print STDERR "$resultX\n---\n$text";
unless (!defined($text)) { print STDERR "ERROR: $Text::Template::ERROR\n"};
}
$n++;
# (12) Make sure \ is working properly
# Test added for version 1.11
my $tmpl = Text::Template->new(TYPE => 'STRING',
SOURCE => 'B{"\\}"}C{"\\{"}D',
);
# This should fail if the \ are not interpreted properly.
my $text = $tmpl->fill_in();
print +($text eq "B}C{D" ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (13) Make sure \ is working properly
# Test added for version 1.11
$tmpl = Text::Template->new(TYPE => 'STRING',
SOURCE => qq{A{"\t"}B},
);
# Symptom of old problem: ALL \ were special in templates, so
# The lexer would return (A, PROGTEXT("t"), B), and the
# result text would be AtB instead of A(tab)B.
$text = $tmpl->fill_in();
print +($text eq "A\tB" ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (14-27) Make sure \ is working properly
# Test added for version 1.11
# This is a sort of general test.
my @tests = ('{""}' => '', # (14)
'{"}"}' => undef, # (15)
'{"\\}"}' => '}', # One backslash
'{"\\\\}"}' => undef, # Two backslashes
'{"\\\\\\}"}' => '}', # Three backslashes
'{"\\\\\\\\}"}' => undef, # Four backslashes
'{"\\\\\\\\\\}"}' => '\}', # Five backslashes (20)
'{"x20"}' => 'x20',
'{"\\x20"}' => ' ', # One backslash
'{"\\\\x20"}' => '\\x20', # Two backslashes
'{"\\\\\\x20"}' => '\\ ', # Three backslashes
'{"\\\\\\\\x20"}' => '\\\\x20', # Four backslashes (25)
'{"\\\\\\\\\\x20"}' => '\\\\ ', # Five backslashes
'{"\\x20\\}"}' => ' }', # (27)
);
my $i;
for ($i=0; $i<@tests; $i+=2) {
my $tmpl = Text::Template->new(TYPE => 'STRING',
SOURCE => $tests[$i],
);
my $text = $tmpl->fill_in;
my $result = $tests[$i+1];
my $ok = (! defined $text && ! defined $result
|| $text eq $result);
unless ($ok) {
print STDERR "($n) expected .$result., got .$text.\n";
}
print +($ok ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
}
# (28-30) I discovered that you can't pass a glob ref as your filehandle.
# MJD 20010827
# (28) test creation of template from filehandle
if (open (TMPL, "< $TEMPFILE")) {
$template = new Text::Template ('type' => 'FILEHANDLE',
'source' => \*TMPL);
if (defined($template)) {
print "ok $n\n";
} else {
print "not ok $n $Text::Template::ERROR\n";
}
$n++;
# (29) test filling in of template from filehandle
$text = $template->fill_in('package' => X);
if ($text eq $resultX) {
print "ok $n\n";
} else {
print "not ok $n\n";
}
$n++;
# (30) test second fill_in on same template object
$text = $template->fill_in('package' => Y);
if ($text eq $resultY) {
print "ok $n\n";
} else {
print "not ok $n\n";
}
$n++;
close TMPL;
} else {
print "not ok $n\n"; $n++;
print "not ok $n\n"; $n++;
print "not ok $n\n"; $n++;
}
# (31) Test _scrubpkg for leakiness
$Text::Template::GEN0::test = 1;
Text::Template::_scrubpkg('Text::Template::GEN0');
if ($Text::Template::GEN0::test) {
print "not ok $n\n";
} else {
print "ok $n\n";
}
$n++;
END {unlink $TEMPFILE;}
exit;
sub abort {
unlink $TEMPFILE;
die $_[0];
}

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#!perl
#
# test apparatus for Text::Template module
# still incomplete.
use Text::Template;
die "This is the test program for Text::Template version 1.46.
You are using version $Text::Template::VERSION instead.
That does not make sense.\n
Aborting"
unless $Text::Template::VERSION == 1.46;
print "1..12\n";
$n=1;
$template = 'We will put value of $v (which is "good") here -> {$v}';
$v = 'oops (main)';
$Q::v = 'oops (Q)';
$vars = { 'v' => \'good' };
# (1) Build template from string
$template = new Text::Template ('type' => 'STRING', 'source' => $template);
print +($template ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (2) Fill in template in anonymous package
$result2 = 'We will put value of $v (which is "good") here -> good';
$text = $template->fill_in(HASH => $vars);
print +($text eq $result2 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (3) Did we clobber the main variable?
print +($v eq 'oops (main)' ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (4) Fill in same template again
$result4 = 'We will put value of $v (which is "good") here -> good';
$text = $template->fill_in(HASH => $vars);
print +($text eq $result4 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (5) Now with a package
$result5 = 'We will put value of $v (which is "good") here -> good';
$text = $template->fill_in(HASH => $vars, PACKAGE => 'Q');
print +($text eq $result5 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (6) We expect to have clobbered the Q variable.
print +($Q::v eq 'good' ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (7) Now let's try it without a package
$result7 = 'We will put value of $v (which is "good") here -> good';
$text = $template->fill_in(HASH => $vars);
print +($text eq $result7 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (8-11) Now what does it do when we pass a hash with undefined values?
# Roy says it does something bad. (Added for 1.20.)
my $WARNINGS = 0;
{
local $SIG{__WARN__} = sub {$WARNINGS++};
local $^W = 1; # Make sure this is on for this test
$template8 = 'We will put value of $v (which is "good") here -> {defined $v ? "bad" : "good"}';
$result8 = 'We will put value of $v (which is "good") here -> good';
my $template =
new Text::Template ('type' => 'STRING', 'source' => $template8);
my $text = $template->fill_in(HASH => {'v' => undef});
# (8) Did we generate a warning?
print +($WARNINGS == 0 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (9) Was the output correct?
print +($text eq $result8 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (10-11) Let's try that again, with a twist this time
$WARNINGS = 0;
$text = $template->fill_in(HASH => [{'v' => 17}, {'v' => undef}]);
# (10) Did we generate a warning?
print +($WARNINGS == 0 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (11) Was the output correct?
if ($] < 5.005) {
print "ok $n # skipped -- not supported before 5.005\n";
} else {
print +($text eq $result8 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
}
$n++;
}
# (12) Now we'll test the multiple-hash option (Added for 1.20.)
$text = Text::Template::fill_in_string(q{$v: {$v}. @v: [{"@v"}].},
HASH => [{'v' => 17},
{'v' => ['a', 'b', 'c']},
{'v' => \23},
]);
$result = q{$v: 23. @v: [a b c].};
print +($text eq $result ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
exit;

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#!perl
#
# test apparatus for Text::Template module
# still incomplete.
#
use Text::Template;
die "This is the test program for Text::Template version 1.46
You are using version $Text::Template::VERSION instead.
That does not make sense.\n
Aborting"
unless $Text::Template::VERSION == 1.46;
print "1..1\n";
$n=1;
$template = q{
This line should have a 3: {1+2}
This line should have several numbers:
{ $t = ''; foreach $n (1 .. 20) { $t .= $n . ' ' } $t }
};
$templateOUT = q{
This line should have a 3: { $OUT = 1+2 }
This line should have several numbers:
{ foreach $n (1 .. 20) { $OUT .= $n . ' ' } }
};
# Build templates from string
$template = new Text::Template ('type' => 'STRING', 'source' => $template)
or die;
$templateOUT = new Text::Template ('type' => 'STRING', 'source' => $templateOUT)
or die;
# Fill in templates
$text = $template->fill_in()
or die;
$textOUT = $templateOUT->fill_in()
or die;
# (1) They should be the same
print +($text eq $textOUT ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# Missing: Test this feature in Safe compartments;
# it's a totally different code path.
# Decision: Put that into safe.t, because that file should
# be skipped when Safe.pm is unavailable.
exit;

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#!perl
#
# test apparatus for Text::Template module
# still incomplete.
use Text::Template;
BEGIN {
eval "use Safe";
if ($@) {
print "1..0\n";
exit 0;
}
}
die "This is the test program for Text::Template version 1.46.
You are using version $Text::Template::VERSION instead.
That does not make sense.\n
Aborting"
unless $Text::Template::VERSION == 1.46;
print "1..16\n";
if ($^O eq 'MacOS') {
$BADOP = qq{};
$FAILURE = q{};
} else {
$BADOP = qq{kill 0};
$FAILURE = q{Program fragment at line 1 delivered error ``kill trapped by operation mask''};
}
$n=1;
$v = $v = 119;
$c = new Safe or die;
$goodtemplate = q{This should succeed: { $v }};
$goodoutput = q{This should succeed: 119};
$template1 = new Text::Template ('type' => 'STRING', 'source' => $goodtemplate)
or die;
$template2 = new Text::Template ('type' => 'STRING', 'source' => $goodtemplate)
or die;
$text1 = $template1->fill_in();
$text2 = $template1->fill_in(SAFE => $c);
$ERR2 = $@;
$text3 = $template2->fill_in(SAFE => $c);
$ERR3 = $@;
# (1)(2)(3) None of these should have failed.
print +(defined $text1 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
print +(defined $text2 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
print +(defined $text3 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (4) Safe and non-safe fills of different template objects with the
# same template text should yield the same result.
# print +($text1 eq $text3 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
# (4) voided this test: it's not true, because the unsafe fill
# uses package main, while the safe fill uses the secret safe package.
# We could alias the secret safe package to be identical to main,
# but that wouldn't be safe. If you want the aliasing, you have to
# request it explicitly with `PACKAGE'.
print "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (5) Safe and non-safe fills of the same template object
# should yield the same result.
# (5) voided this test for the same reason as #4.
# print +($text1 eq $text2 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
print "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (6) Make sure the output was actually correct
print +($text1 eq $goodoutput ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
$badtemplate = qq{This should fail: { $BADOP; 'NOFAIL' }};
$badnosafeoutput = q{This should fail: NOFAIL};
$badsafeoutput = q{This should fail: Program fragment delivered error ``kill trapped by operation mask at template line 1.''};
$template1 = new Text::Template ('type' => 'STRING', 'source' => $badtemplate)
or die;
$template2 = new Text::Template ('type' => 'STRING', 'source' => $badtemplate)
or die;
$text1 = $template1->fill_in();
$text2 = $template1->fill_in(SAFE => $c);
$ERR2 = $@;
$text3 = $template2->fill_in(SAFE => $c);
$ERR3 = $@;
$text4 = $template1->fill_in();
# (7)(8)(9)(10) None of these should have failed.
print +(defined $text1 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
print +(defined $text2 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
print +(defined $text3 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
print +(defined $text4 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (11) text1 and text4 should be the same (using safe in between
# didn't change anything.)
print +($text1 eq $text4 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (12) text2 and text3 should be the same (same template text in different
# objects
print +($text2 eq $text3 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (13) text1 should yield badnosafeoutput
print +($text1 eq $badnosafeoutput ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (14) text2 should yield badsafeoutput
$text2 =~ s/'kill'/kill/; # 5.8.1 added quote marks around the op name
print "# expected: <$badsafeoutput>\n# got : <$text2>\n";
print +($text2 eq $badsafeoutput ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
$template = q{{$x=1}{$x+1}};
$template1 = new Text::Template ('type' => 'STRING', 'source' => $template)
or die;
$template2 = new Text::Template ('type' => 'STRING', 'source' => $template)
or die;
$text1 = $template1->fill_in();
$text2 = $template1->fill_in(SAFE => new Safe);
# (15) Do effects persist in safe compartments?
print +($text1 eq $text2 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (16) Try the BROKEN routine in safe compartments
sub my_broken {
my %a = @_; $a{error} =~ s/ at.*//s;
"OK! text:$a{text} error:$a{error} lineno:$a{lineno} arg:$a{arg}" ;
}
$templateB = new Text::Template (TYPE => 'STRING', SOURCE => '{die}')
or die;
$text1 = $templateB->fill_in(BROKEN => \&my_broken,
BROKEN_ARG => 'barg',
SAFE => new Safe,
);
$result1 = qq{OK! text:die error:Died lineno:1 arg:barg};
print +($text1 eq $result1 ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
exit;

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#!perl
#
# test apparatus for Text::Template module
# still incomplete.
use Text::Template;
BEGIN {
eval "use Safe";
if ($@) {
print "1..0\n";
exit 0;
}
}
die "This is the test program for Text::Template version 1.46.
You are using version $Text::Template::VERSION instead.
That does not make sense.\n
Aborting"
unless $Text::Template::VERSION == 1.46;
print "1..12\n";
$n = 1;
$c = new Safe or die;
# Test handling of packages and importing.
$c->reval('$P = "safe root"');
$P = $P = 'main';
$Q::P = $Q::P = 'Q';
# How to effectively test the gensymming?
$t = new Text::Template TYPE => 'STRING', SOURCE => 'package is {$P}'
or die;
# (1) Default behavior: Inherit from calling package, `main' in this case.
$text = $t->fill_in();
print +($text eq 'package is main' ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (2) When a package is specified, we should use that package instead.
$text = $t->fill_in(PACKAGE => 'Q');
print +($text eq 'package is Q' ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (3) When no package is specified in safe mode, we should use the
# default safe root.
$text = $t->fill_in(SAFE => $c);
print +($text eq 'package is safe root' ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (4) When a package is specified in safe mode, we should use the
# default safe root, after aliasing to the specified package
$text = $t->fill_in(SAFE => $c, PACKAGE => Q);
print +($text eq 'package is Q' ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# Now let's see if hash vars are installed properly into safe templates
$t = new Text::Template TYPE => 'STRING', SOURCE => 'hash is {$H}'
or die;
# (5) First in default mode
$text = $t->fill_in(HASH => {H => 'good5'} );
print +($text eq 'hash is good5' ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (6) Now in packages
$text = $t->fill_in(HASH => {H => 'good6'}, PACKAGE => 'Q' );
print +($text eq 'hash is good6' ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (7) Now in the default root of the safe compartment
$text = $t->fill_in(HASH => {H => 'good7'}, SAFE => $c );
print +($text eq 'hash is good7' ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (8) Now in the default root after aliasing to a package that
# got the hash stuffed in
$text = $t->fill_in(HASH => {H => 'good8'}, SAFE => $c, PACKAGE => 'Q2' );
print +($text eq 'hash is good8' ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# Now let's make sure that none of the packages leaked on each other.
# (9) This var should NOT have been installed into the main package
print +(defined $H ? 'not ' : ''), "ok $n\n";
$H=$H;
$n++;
# (10) good6 was overwritten in test 7, so there's nothing to test for here.
print "ok $n\n";
$n++;
# (11) this value overwrote the one from test 6.
print +($Q::H eq 'good7' ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$Q::H = $Q::H;
$n++;
# (12)
print +($Q2::H eq 'good8' ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$Q2::H = $Q2::H;
$n++;

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#!perl
#
# test apparatus for Text::Template module
# still incomplete.
use Text::Template;
die "This is the test program for Text::Template version 1.46.
You are using version $Text::Template::VERSION instead.
That does not make sense.\n
Aborting"
unless $Text::Template::VERSION == 1.46;
print "1..2\n";
$n=1;
$template = new Text::Template TYPE => STRING, SOURCE => q{My process ID is {$$}};
$of = "t$$";
END { unlink $of }
open O, "> $of" or die;
$text = $template->fill_in(OUTPUT => \*O);
# (1) No $text should have been constructed. Return value should be true.
print +($text eq '1' ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
close O or die;
open I, "< $of" or die;
{ local $/; $t = <I> }
close I;
# (2) The text should have been printed to the file
print +($t eq "My process ID is $$" ? '' : 'not '), "ok $n\n";
$n++;
exit;

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#!perl
#
# test apparatus for Text::Template module
use Text::Template;
BEGIN {
eval "use Safe";
if ($@) {
print "1..0\n";
exit 0;
}
}
die "This is the test program for Text::Template version 1.46.
You are using version $Text::Template::VERSION instead.
That does not make sense.\n
Aborting"
unless $Text::Template::VERSION == 1.46;
print "1..3\n";
$n=1;
# Test the OUT feature with safe compartments
$template = q{
This line should have a 3: {1+2}
This line should have several numbers:
{ $t = ''; foreach $n (1 .. 20) { $t .= $n . ' ' } $t }
};
$templateOUT = q{
This line should have a 3: { $OUT = 1+2 }
This line should have several numbers:
{ foreach $n (1 .. 20) { $OUT .= $n . ' ' } }
};
$c = new Safe;