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Backport #3604

Updated by jeremyevans0 (Jeremy Evans) about 1 month ago

=begin

class C
def respond_to?(name)
puts "C: #{name}"
return false
end
end

File.path(C.new) rescue p $!
File.open(C.new) rescue p $!
File.ctime(C.new) rescue p $!
File.dirname(C.new) rescue p $!

prints:

C: to_str
C: to_path
C: to_str
#<TypeError: can't convert C into String>
C: to_int
C: to_hash
C: to_str
C: to_path
C: to_str
#<TypeError: can't convert C into String>
C: to_io
C: to_str
C: to_path
C: to_str
#<TypeError: can't convert C into String>
C: to_str
C: to_path
C: to_str
#<TypeError: can't convert C into String>

Is there any reason why to_str is called twice on the arguments? Shouldn't to_path be called first and then to_str (i.e. the path conversion should be preferred over string conversion)?

=end

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