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JSON::Parser does not reject inputs that it should #4283

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headius opened this issue Nov 14, 2016 · 3 comments
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JSON::Parser does not reject inputs that it should #4283

headius opened this issue Nov 14, 2016 · 3 comments

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@headius headius commented Nov 14, 2016

Environment

JRuby master running updated Ruby 2.3.1 tests.

Expected Behavior

The following test was added:

  def test_wrong_inputs
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('"foo"') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('123') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('[] bla') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('[] 1') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('[] []') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('[] {}') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('{} []') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('{} {}') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('[NULL]') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('[FALSE]') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('[TRUE]') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('[07]    ') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('[0a]') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('[1.]') }
    assert_raise(ParserError) { JSON.parse('     ') }
  end

Actual Behavior

We fail immediately on the first line.

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@headius headius commented Dec 13, 2016

Copy @flori since he still maintains the json library.

@headius headius added this to the JRuby 9.2.0.0 milestone Dec 13, 2016
@headius headius removed this from the JRuby 9.1.7.0 milestone Dec 13, 2016
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@flori flori commented Dec 13, 2016

According to RFC 7159 the first two assertions are incorrect now and can be deleted.

@headius headius closed this May 15, 2018
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@headius headius commented May 15, 2018

Updated json gem + tests no longer has this issue.

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