[openstack-dev] [mistral] [murano] [yaql] yaqluator bug
Elisha, Moshe (Nokia - IL)
moshe.elisha at nokia.com
Tue Jun 28 16:46:09 UTC 2016
Thank you for the kind words, Alexey.
I was able to reproduce your bug and I have also found the issue.
The problem is that we did not create the parser with the engine_options used in the yaql library by default when using the CLI.
Specifically, the "yaql.limitIterators" was missing… I am not sure that this settings should have this affect but maybe the Yaql guys can comment on that.
If we will change yaqluator to use this setting it will mean that yaqluator will not be consistent with Mistral because Mistral is using YAQL without this engine option (If I use your example in a workflow, Mistral returns exactly like the yaqluator returns)
output_expr: <% [1,2].join(, true, [$1, $2]) %>
[root at s53-19 ~(keystone_admin)]# mistral task-get-published 01d2bce3-20d0-47b2-84f2-7bd1cb2bf9f7
As Matthews pointed out, the yaqluator is indeed OpenSource and contributions are welcomed.
From: Dougal Matthews <dougal at redhat.com<mailto:dougal at redhat.com>>
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Date: Monday, 27 June 2016 at 16:44
To: "OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)" <openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org<mailto:openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org>>
Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [mistral] [murano] [yaql] yaqluator bug
On 27 June 2016 at 14:30, Alexey Khivin <akhivin at gmail.com<mailto:akhivin at gmail.com>> wrote:
Tomorrow I discovered yaqluator.com<http://yaqluator.com> for myself! Thanks for the useful tool!
But suddenly I was said that the expression
[1,2].join(, true, [$1, $2])
evaluated to [[1,3]] on the yaqluator
A the same time this expression evaluated right when I using raw yaql interpreter.
Could we fix this issue?
By the way, don't you want to make yaqluator opensource? If you would transfer yaqluator to Openstack Foundation, then community will be able to fix such kind of bugs
It looks like it is open source, there is a link in the footer: https://github.com/ALU-CloudBand/yaqluator
Best regards, Alexey Khivin
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