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#72 ✓resolved

Class breaks Hash options

Reported by fnordfish | May 31st, 2008 @ 10:20 AM | in 1.2.1

Hashes in options of Class-Objects will get a simple object:

var foo = new Class({

    options: {
        'h': new Hash({'h':'h'})

    a: new Hash({'a':'a'}),

    initialize: function(options)
        this.b = new Hash({'b':'b'});

        /* test on the Hash.each function to exist */
        console.log(this.options.h.each);    /*mootools 1.2r1553: undefined; mootools 1.11: function() */
        console.log(this.a.each);            /*mootools 1.2r1553: undefined; mootools 1.11: function() */
        console.log(this.b.each);            /*mootools 1.2r1553: function(); mootools 1.11: function() */

foo.implement(new Options());

new foo();

Figured out, that the $unlink function called on a hash will not return a new Hash (like it does for objects and arrays), but it's object representation.

A possible fix to $unlink():

function $unlink(object){
	var unlinked;
	switch ($type(object)){
		case 'object':
			unlinked = {};
			for (var p in object) unlinked[p] = $unlink(object[p]);
		case 'hash':
			unlinked = new Hash($unlink(object.getClean()));
		case 'array':
			unlinked = [];
			for (var i = 0, l = object.length; i < l; i++) unlinked[i] = $unlink(object[i]);
		default: return object;
	return unlinked;

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