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use strict;
use warnings;
use Test::More;
use Test::Warn;
use lib 't/cdbi/testlib';
use Film;
my $waves = Film->insert({
Title => "Breaking the Waves",
Director => 'Lars von Trier',
Rating => 'R'
});
local $ENV{DBIC_CDBICOMPAT_HASH_WARN} = 0;
{
local $ENV{DBIC_CDBICOMPAT_HASH_WARN} = 1;
warnings_like {
my $rating = $waves->{rating};
$waves->Rating("PG");
is $rating, "R", 'evaluation of column value is not deferred';
} qr{^Column 'rating' of 'Film/$waves' was fetched as a hash at\b};
warnings_like {
is $waves->{title}, $waves->Title, "columns can be accessed as hashes";
} qr{^Column 'title' of 'Film/$waves' was fetched as a hash at\b};
$waves->Rating("G");
warnings_like {
is $waves->{rating}, "G", "updating via the accessor updates the hash";
} qr{^Column 'rating' of 'Film/$waves' was fetched as a hash at\b};
warnings_like {
$waves->{rating} = "PG";
} qr{^Column 'rating' of 'Film/$waves' was stored as a hash at\b};
$waves->update;
my @films = Film->search( Rating => "PG", Title => "Breaking the Waves" );
is @films, 1, "column updated as hash was saved";
}
warning_is {
$waves->{rating}
} '', 'DBIC_CDBICOMPAT_HASH_WARN controls warnings';
{
$waves->rating("R");
$waves->update;
no warnings 'redefine';
local *Film::rating = sub {
return "wibble";
};
is $waves->{rating}, "R";
}
{
no warnings 'redefine';
no warnings 'once';
local *Actor::accessor_name_for = sub {
my($class, $col) = @_;
return "movie" if lc $col eq "film";
return $col;
};
require Actor;
Actor->has_a( film => "Film" );
my $actor = Actor->insert({
name => 'Emily Watson',
film => $waves,
});
ok !eval { $actor->film };
is $actor->{film}->id, $waves->id,
'hash access still works despite lack of accessor';
}
# Emulate that Class::DBI inflates immediately
SKIP: {
unless (eval { require MyFoo }) {
my ($err) = $@ =~ /([^\n]+)/;
skip $err, 3
}
my $foo = MyFoo->insert({
name => 'Whatever',
tdate => '1949-02-01',
});
isa_ok $foo, 'MyFoo';
isa_ok $foo->{tdate}, 'Date::Simple';
is $foo->{tdate}->year, 1949;
}
done_testing;
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