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# These regression tests all provoked crashes at some point.
# Thus they are kept separate from the regular test suite in tests/
# REGTEST 1
# 27Jan2005 - SIGSEGV for bug on Jim_DuplicateObj().
for {set i 0} {$i < 100} {incr i} {
set a "x"
lappend a n
}
puts "TEST 1 PASSED"
# REGTEST 2
# 29Jan2005 - SEGFAULT parsing script composed of just one comment.
eval {#foobar}
puts "TEST 2 PASSED"
# REGTEST 3
# 29Jan2005 - "Error in Expression" with correct expression
set x 5
expr {$x-5}
puts "TEST 3 PASSED"
# REGTEST 4
# 29Jan2005 - SIGSEGV when run this code, due to expr's bug.
proc fibonacci {x} {
if {$x <= 1} {
expr 1
} else {
expr {[fibonacci [expr {$x-1}]] + [fibonacci [expr {$x-2}]]}
}
}
fibonacci 6
puts "TEST 4 PASSED"
# REGTEST 5
# 06Mar2005 - This looped forever...
for {set i 0} {$i < 10} {incr i} {continue}
puts "TEST 5 PASSED"
# REGTEST 6
# 07Mar2005 - Unset create variable + dict is using dict syntax sugar at
# currently non-existing variable
catch {unset thisvardoesnotexists(thiskeytoo)}
if {[catch {set thisvardoesnotexists}] == 0} {
puts "TEST 6 FAILED - unset created dict for non-existing variable"
break
}
puts "TEST 6 PASSED"
# REGTEST 7
# 04Nov2008 - variable parsing does not eat last brace
set a 1
list ${a}
puts "TEST 7 PASSED"
# REGTEST 8
# 04Nov2008 - string toupper/tolower do not convert to string rep
string tolower [list a]
string toupper [list a]
puts "TEST 8 PASSED"
# REGTEST 9
# 04Nov2008 - crash on exit when replacing Tcl proc with C command.
# Requires the clock extension to be built as a loadable module.
proc clock {args} {}
catch {package require clock}
# Note, crash on exit, so don't say we passed!
# REGTEST 10
# 05Nov2008 - incorrect lazy expression evaluation with unary not
expr {1 || !0}
puts "TEST 10 PASSED"
# REGTEST 11
# 14 Feb 2010 - access static variable in deleted proc
proc a {} {{x 1}} { rename a ""; incr x }
a
puts "TEST 11 PASSED"
# REGTEST 12
# 13 Sep 2010 - reference with invalid tag
set a b[ref value "tag name"]
getref [string range $a 1 end]
puts "TEST 12 PASSED"
# REGTEST 13
# 14 Sep 2010 - parse list with trailing backslash
set x "switch -0 \$on \\"
lindex $x 1
puts "TEST 13 PASSED"
# REGTEST 14
# 14 Sep 2010 - command expands to nothing
eval "{*}{}"
puts "TEST 14 PASSED"
# REGTEST 15
# 24 Feb 2010 - bad reference counting of the stack trace in 'error'
proc a {msg stack} {
tailcall error $msg $stack
}
catch {fail} msg opts
catch {a $msg $opts(-errorinfo)}
# REGTEST 16
# 24 Feb 2010 - rename the current proc
# Leaves unfreed objects on the stack
proc a {} { rename a newa}
a
# REGTEST 17
# 26 Nov 2010 - crashes on invalid dict sugar
catch {eval {$x(}}
puts "TEST 17 PASSED"
# REGTEST 18
# 12 Apr 2011 - crashes on unset for loop var
catch {
set j 0
for {set i 0} {$i < 5} {incr i} {
unset i
if {[incr j] == 5} {
break
}
}
}
puts "TEST 18 PASSED"
# REGTEST 19
# 25 May 2011 - crashes with double colon
catch {
expr {5 ne ::}
}
puts "TEST 19 PASSED"
# REGTEST 20
# 26 May 2011 - infinite recursion
proc a {} { global ::blah; set ::blah test }
a
puts "TEST 20 PASSED"
# REGTEST 21
# 26 May 2011 - infinite loop with null byte in subst
subst "abc\0def"
puts "TEST 21 PASSED"
# REGTEST 22
# 21 June 2011 - crashes on lappend to to value with script rep
set x rand
eval $x
lappend x b
puts "TEST 22 PASSED"
# REGTEST 23
# 27 July 2011 - unfreed objects on exit
catch {
set x abc
subst $x
regexp $x $x
}
# Actually, the test passes if no objects leaked on exit
puts "TEST 23 PASSED"
# REGTEST 24
# 13 Nov 2011 - invalid cached global var
proc a {} {
foreach i {1 2} {
incr z [set ::t]
unset ::t
}
}
set t 6
catch a
puts "TEST 24 PASSED"
# REGTEST 25
# 14 Nov 2011 - link global var to proc var
proc a {} {
set x 3
upvar 0 x ::globx
}
set globx 0
catch {
a
}
incr globx
puts "TEST 25 PASSED"
# REGTEST 26
# 2 Dec 2011 - infinite eval recursion
catch {
set x 0
set y {incr x; eval $y}
eval $y
} msg
puts "TEST 26 PASSED"
# REGTEST 27
# 2 Dec 2011 - infinite alias recursion
catch {
proc p {} {}
alias p p
p
} msg
puts "TEST 27 PASSED"
# REGTEST 28
# 16 Dec 2011 - ref count problem with finalizers
catch {
ref x x [list dummy]
collect
}
puts "TEST 28 PASSED"
# REGTEST 29
# Reference counting problem at exit
set x [lindex {} 0]
info source $x
eval $x
puts "TEST 29 PASSED"
# REGTEST 30
# non-UTF8 string tolower
string tolower "/mod/video/h\303\203\302\244xan_ witchcraft through the ages_20131101_0110.t"
puts "TEST 30 PASSED"
# REGTEST 31
# infinite lsort -unique with error
catch {lsort -unique -real {foo 42.0}}
puts "TEST 31 PASSED"
# REGTEST 32
# return -code eval should only used by tailcall, but this incorrect usage
# should not crash the interpreter
proc a {} { tailcall b }
proc b {} { return -code eval c }
proc c {} {}
catch -eval a
puts "TEST 32 PASSED"
# REGTEST 33
# unset array variable which doesn't exist
array unset blahblah abc
puts "TEST 33 PASSED"
# REGTEST 34
# onexception and writable conflict
set f [open [info nameofexecutable]]
$f onexception {incr x}
$f writable {incr y}
$f close
puts "TEST 34 PASSED"
# REGTEST 35
# caching of command resolution after local proc deleted
set result {}
proc x {} { }
proc p {n} {
if {$n in {2 3}} {
local proc x {} { }
}
x
}
foreach i {1 2 3 4} {
p $i
}
puts "TEST 35 PASSED"
# REGTEST 36
# divide integer by integer zero
catch {/ 1 0}
puts "TEST 36 PASSED"
# REGTEST 37
# ternary operator order
catch {expr {1 : 2 ? 3}}
puts "TEST 37 PASSED"
# REGTEST 38
# refcount with interpolation and expr
set b(-1) 5
set a $b($(-1))
puts "TEST 38 PASSED"
# REGTEST 39
# invalid ternary expr
catch {set a $(5?6,7?8:?9:10%11:12)}
puts "TEST 39 PASSED"
# REGTEST 40
# ref count problem - double free
set d [dict create a b]
lsort r($d)
catch {dict remove r($d) m}
puts "TEST 40 PASSED"
# REGTEST 41
# access invalid memory on no scan conversion char
catch {scan x %3}
puts "TEST 41 PASSED"
# REGTEST 42
# | and |& are not acceptable as prefixes
catch {exec dummy |x second}
puts "TEST 42 PASSED"
# REGTEST 43
# too many flags to format
catch {format %----------------------------------------d 1}
puts "TEST 43 PASSED"
# REGTEST 44
# lsort -unique with no duplicate - invalid memory write
lsort -unique {a b c d}
puts "TEST 44 PASSED"
# REGTEST 45
# regexp with missing close brace for count
catch [list regexp "u{0" x]
puts "TEST 45 PASSED"
# REGTEST 46
# scan with no stringrep
catch {scan $(1) $(1)}
puts "TEST 46 PASSED"
# REGTEST 47
# Invalid ternary expression
catch {set a $(99?9,99?9:*9:999)?9)}
puts "TEST 47 PASSED"
# REGTEST 48
# scan: -ve XPG3 specifier
catch {scan a {%-9999999$c}}
puts "TEST 48 PASSED"
# REGTEST 49
# format: precision too large
catch {format %1.9999999999f 1.0}
puts "TEST 49 PASSED"
# REGTEST 50
# expr missing operand
catch {expr {>>-$x}}
puts "TEST 50 PASSED"
# REGTEST 51
# expr convert invalid value to boolean
catch {expr {2 && "abc$"}}
puts "TEST 51 PASSED"
# TAKE THE FOLLOWING puts AS LAST LINE
puts "--- ALL TESTS PASSED ---"