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There seems to be a bug where a clause uses the :only qualifier to ensure that a map has a specific set of keys. If the value being matched is a vector a ClassCastException exception is thrown.

Here is an example that works as expected and does not use :only.

(let [x []]
  (match [x]
    [{:k v}] :a-map
    :else :not-a-map))
=> :not-a-map

If we teak it slightly to add the :only an unexpected error is thrown.

(let [x []]
  (match [x]
    [({:k v} :only [:k])] :a-map
    :else :not-a-map))
;; Execution error (ClassCastException) at ...
;; clojure.lang.PersistentVector cannot be cast to java.util.Map

Slack user @FiVo identified that the form produced for map patterns will perform the map checks on any value that is an ILookup, but the checks may will include a call to .keySet if the :only qualifier is used.

It was suggested that the references to ILookup here be changed to IPersistentMap. CLJ tests still pass with this change.

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