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Bug in URL lists with SymbianUK05/Symbian(Release 5.0.8 |June 18, 2001) at 11/28/2001 09:11:00 AM, Serialize complete at 11/28/2001 09:11:00 AM

From: Malcolm Box <>
Date: Wed Nov 28 2001 - 09:12:41 GMT

I'm using swish-e-2.1-dev-24 and when I use a list of URLs as the 
base_url attribute in the config file, I get the following error:

"Bizarre copy of ARRAY in sassign at ./ line 93."

(Using perl 5.6.0 or 5.6.1 on Linux).

This seems to be related to this code:

        for (ref $s->{base_url} eq 'ARRAY' ? @{$s->{base_url}} : 
$s->{base_url} ) {
            $s->{base_url} = $_;
            process_server( $s );

Which looks like it's iterating over an array that will then change 
underneath the iterator.  Replacing the code by the following:

        my @urls = ref $s->{base_url} eq 'ARRAY' ? @{$s->{base_url}} : 
        for my $u ( @urls) {
             $s->{base_url} = $u;
            process_server( $s );

causes the error to go away.  Interestingly running the original code 
under the perl debugger also causes the error to not show up.

Except for this, everything has gone swimmingly with swish-e 2.2 - 
thanks to all the developers for putting together such a useful piece of 



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Received on Wed Nov 28 09:17:40 2001