ooo340 / dmake / tests / targets-3

#!/bin/sh

# 03.06.2006 Volker Quetschke
# .<suffix> targets were silently ignored despite the illegal syntax.
# (issue 65360)

: ${DMAKEPROG:=dmake}
file1="mfile1.mk"
tmpfiles="$file1"

trap '{ echo "trapped signal - removing temporary files" ; rm -rf $tmpfiles ; }' 1 2 3 15

# Remove files from prior failed run
rm -rf $tmpfiles

# Remember to quote variables in generated makefiles( $ -> \$ ).
# Testcase 1 - Check that warning is issued if .<suffix> targets are ignored
cat > $file1 <<EOT
SHELL*:=/bin/sh 
SHELLFLAGS*:=-ce

.nada : something

something :
	+echo "A target."

EOT

output1=`eval ${DMAKEPROG} -r -f $file1 2>&1 `
result1=$?

if echo $output1 | grep 'Warning: -- Ignoring AUGMAKE meta-target' > /dev/null 2>&1 ; then
  result1=0
else
  echo "Test 1: Wrong result: $output1"
  echo
  result1=1
fi

if test $result1 -eq 0 ; then
  echo "Success - Cleaning up"
  rm -rf $tmpfiles
exit
  result=0
else
  echo "Failure!"
  result=1
fi
exit $result
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