SCons_newglossary / test / file-names.py

#!/usr/bin/env python
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import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

# Right now, due to interaction with external quoting conventions,
# we do NOT actually support arbitrary characters in file names.
# (For example, double-quotes in a file name on POSIX break due
# to interaction with the "sh -c" quoting conventions.)
#
# This is a tough nut to crack, though.  Right now, we use the
# external command interpreters so we don't have to roll our own
# parsing and interpretation of redirection and piping.  But that
# means we have to find ways to work with *all* of their quoting
# conventions.
#
# Until we sort that all out, short-circuit this test so we can
# check it in and avoid having to re-invent this wheel later.
test.pass_test()

def contents(c):
    return "|" + c + "|\n"

if sys.platform == 'win32':
    def bad_char(c):
        return c in '/\\:'
else:
    def bad_char(c):
        return c in '/'

# Only worry about ASCII characters right now.
# Someone with more Unicode knowledge should enhance this later.
for i in range(1, 255):
    c = chr(i)
    if not bad_char(c):
        test.write("in" + c + "in", contents(c))

test.write('SConstruct', r"""
import sys
if sys.platform == 'win32':
    def bad_char(c):
        return (c == '/' or c == '\\' or c == ':')
else:
    def bad_char(c):
        return (c == '/')
env = Environment()
for i in range(1, 255):
    c = chr(i)
    if not bad_char(c):
        if c in '$':
            c = '\\' + c
        infile = "in" + c + "in"
        env.Command(c + "out", infile, "cp $SOURCE $TARGET")
        env.Command("out" + c + "out", infile, "cp $SOURCE $TARGET")
        env.Command("out" + c, infile, "cp $SOURCE $TARGET")
""")

test.run(arguments = '.')

for i in range(1, 255):
    c = chr(i)
    if not bad_char(c):
        test.fail_test(test.read(c + "out") != contents(c))
        test.fail_test(test.read("out" + c + "out") != contents(c))
        test.fail_test(test.read("out" + c) != contents(c))

test.pass_test()

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