Calling Net::HTTP from within an #inspect implementation hang when invoked from p
Using this script:
require 'net/http' class Victim def inspect puts "before" Net::HTTP.get('example.com', '/index.html') # this hangs. I haven't tried other network libraries puts "After" return "success" end end puts Victim.new.inspect # for some reason this doesn't hang puts "now we hang" p Victim.new # but this implicit invocation of inspect does hang. Independent of ordering, and works on JRuby puts "It worked!"
$ rvm use jruby $ ruby bug.rb before After success now we hang before After success It worked! $
$ rvm use ruby-head $ ruby bug.rb before After success now we hang before ^C^C^Z  + 13423 suspended ruby bug.rb $ kill %1 $ (time passes) Traceback (most recent call last): 11: from bug.rb:12:in `<main>' 10: from bug.rb:12:in `p' 9: from bug.rb:5:in `inspect' 8: from /home/byteit101/.rvm/rubies/ruby-head/lib/ruby/2.7.0/net/http.rb:458:in `get' 7: from /home/byteit101/.rvm/rubies/ruby-head/lib/ruby/2.7.0/net/http.rb:476:in `get_response' 6: from /home/byteit101/.rvm/rubies/ruby-head/lib/ruby/2.7.0/net/http.rb:919:in `start' 5: from /home/byteit101/.rvm/rubies/ruby-head/lib/ruby/2.7.0/net/http.rb:930:in `do_start' 4: from /home/byteit101/.rvm/rubies/ruby-head/lib/ruby/2.7.0/net/http.rb:945:in `connect' 3: from /home/byteit101/.rvm/rubies/ruby-head/lib/ruby/2.7.0/timeout.rb:105:in `timeout' 2: from /home/byteit101/.rvm/rubies/ruby-head/lib/ruby/2.7.0/timeout.rb:99:in `block in timeout' 1: from /home/byteit101/.rvm/rubies/ruby-head/lib/ruby/2.7.0/timeout.rb:99:in `ensure in block in timeout' /home/byteit101/.rvm/rubies/ruby-head/lib/ruby/2.7.0/timeout.rb:99:in `join': Interrupt  + 13423 interrupt ruby bug.rb $
The thing that is surprising to me is the explicit
inspect works, whereas a straight
Updated by nobu (Nobuyoshi Nakada) 12 months ago
- Assignee set to kosaki (Motohiro KOSAKI)
Current implementation is since r38225 (fe6b2e20e9f17ed2c2900aa72994e075ffdc7124).
I think this was discussed in the mailing list (probably ruby-dev), but I can't find it now.
And I think which should be uninterruptible is only printing the argument and a newline.