Details

Type: Bug

Status: Closed

Priority: Major

Resolution: Won't Fix

Affects Version/s: JRuby 1.4.0RC1

Fix Version/s: None

Component/s: Interpreter

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Description
Not quite reduced test case, but the problem is is ending up as [2] versus [[2]] (where 2 may not be 2 depending on which test case you are looking at below). Interestingly Ruby 1.9 behaves the same as us so it is debatable whether we need to fix this at all:
class X def to_ary [1, 2, 3] end end x = X.new puts "a, (*b) = 1, [2]" a, (*b) = 1, [2] p a == 1 p b == [[2]] p b puts "a, (*b) = 1, [x]" a, (*b) = 1, [x] p a == 1 p b == [[x]] puts "a, (*b) = 1, [*x]" a, (*b) = 1, [*x] p a == 1 p b == [[1, 2, 3]] puts "a, (*b) = 1, [*2]" a, (*b) = 1, [*2] p a == 1 p b == [[2]]
As Charlie suggested and it is a reasonable suggestion....These seem like bugs in 1.8.7 since the double array really does not seem like it is what you want?