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#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""
Test that the -P option lets us specify a Python version to use.
"""

import os
import re

if not hasattr(os.path, 'pardir'):
    os.path.pardir = '..'

import TestRuntest

test = TestRuntest.TestRuntest()

test_pass_py = os.path.join('test', 'pass.py')

head, python = os.path.split(TestRuntest.python)
head, dir = os.path.split(head)

# We have to normalize the python path here, because some installations don't like
# getting called with "/bin/../bin/python" as first argument, e.g. Fedora 17 Desktop.
mypython = os.path.normpath(os.path.join(head, dir, os.path.pardir, dir, python))

def escape(s):
    return s.replace('\\', '\\\\')

if re.search('\s', mypython):
    mypythonstring = '"%s"' % escape(mypython)
else:
    mypythonstring = escape(mypython)

test.subdir('test')

test.write_passing_test(['test', 'pass.py'])

expect_stdout = """\
%(mypythonstring)s -tt %(test_pass_py)s
PASSING TEST STDOUT
""" % locals()

expect_stderr = """\
PASSING TEST STDERR
"""

test.run(arguments=['-k','-P', mypython, 'test'],
         stdout=expect_stdout,
         stderr=expect_stderr)

test.pass_test()

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