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SCons-custom-sig / test / skip-execution.py

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"""
Verify that a command that builds multiple targets doesn't get
skipped if the first target is up-to-date but the rest aren't.
Test (and fix for the bug) courtesy Patrick Mezard.
"""

import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()


test.write('SConstruct', """
env = Environment()
env.Command(['a', 'b', 'c'], ['source'], [Touch('a'),Touch('b'),Touch('c')])
""")

test.write('source', '')

test.run(arguments = '.')
test.must_exist('a')
test.must_exist('b')
test.must_exist('c')

test.unlink('c')
test.run(arguments = '.')
test.must_exist('c')

test.unlink('b')
test.run(arguments = '.')
test.must_exist('b')

test.unlink('a')
test.run(arguments = '.')
test.must_exist('a')

test.pass_test()