SCons / test / ParseConfig.py

#!/usr/bin/env python
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import os
import sys

import TestCmd
import TestSCons

_python_ = TestSCons._python_

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

test_config1 = test.workpath('test-config1')
test_config2 = test.workpath('test-config2')
test_config3 = test.workpath('test-config3')

# 'abc' is supposed to be a static lib; it is included in LIBS as a
# File node.
# It used to be returned as the 'static_libs' output of ParseConfig.
test.write(test_config1, """\
print "-I/usr/include/fum -Ibar -X -arch i386"
print "-L/usr/fax -Lfoo -lxxx abc"
""")

test.write(test_config2, """\
print "-L foo -L lib_dir"
""")

# This is like what wxWidgets does on OSX w/ Universal Binaries
test.write(test_config3, """\
print "-L foo -L lib_dir -isysroot /tmp -arch ppc -arch i386"
""")

test.write('SConstruct1', """
env = Environment(CPPPATH = [], LIBPATH = [], LIBS = [],
                  CCFLAGS = '-pipe -Wall')
env.ParseConfig([r'%(_python_)s', r"%(test_config1)s", "--libs --cflags"])
env.ParseConfig([r'%(_python_)s', r"%(test_config2)s", "--libs --cflags"])
print env['CPPPATH']
print env['LIBPATH']
print map(lambda x: str(x), env['LIBS'])
print env['CCFLAGS']
""" % locals())

test.write('SConstruct2', """
env = Environment(CPPPATH = [], LIBPATH = [], LIBS = [],
                  CCFLAGS = '-pipe -Wall',
                  PYTHON = r'%(_python_)s')
env.ParseConfig(r"$PYTHON %(test_config1)s --libs --cflags")
env.ParseConfig(r"$PYTHON %(test_config2)s --libs --cflags")
print env['CPPPATH']
print env['LIBPATH']
print map(lambda x: str(x), env['LIBS'])
print env['CCFLAGS']
""" % locals())

test.write('SConstruct3', """
env = Environment(CPPPATH = [], LIBPATH = [], LIBS = [],
                  CCFLAGS = '-pipe -Wall',
                  PYTHON = r'%(_python_)s')
env.ParseConfig(r"$PYTHON %(test_config3)s --libs --cflags")
print env['CPPPATH']
print env['LIBPATH']
print map(lambda x: str(x), env['LIBS'])
print env['CCFLAGS']
""" % locals())

good_stdout = """\
['/usr/include/fum', 'bar']
['/usr/fax', 'foo', 'lib_dir']
['xxx', 'abc']
['-pipe', '-Wall', '-X', ('-arch', 'i386')]
"""

stdout3 = """\
[]
['foo', 'lib_dir']
[]
['-pipe', '-Wall', ('-isysroot', '/tmp'), ('-arch', 'ppc'), ('-arch', 'i386')]
"""

test.run(arguments = "-q -Q -f SConstruct1 .", stdout = good_stdout)

test.run(arguments = "-q -Q -f SConstruct2 .", stdout = good_stdout)

test.run(arguments = "-q -Q -f SConstruct3 .", stdout = stdout3)

test.pass_test()
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