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cpython / PCbuild / rt.bat

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rem Run Tests.  Run the regression test suite.
rem Usage:  rt [-d] [-O] [-q] regrtest_args
rem -d   Run Debug build (python_d.exe).  Else release build.
rem -O   Run python.exe or python_d.exe (see -d) with -O.
rem -q   "quick" -- normally the tests are run twice, the first time
rem      after deleting all the .py[co] files reachable from Lib/.
rem      -q runs the tests just once, and without deleting .py[co] files.
rem All leading instances of these switches are shifted off, and
rem whatever remains is passed to regrtest.py.  For example,
rem     rt -O -d -x test_thread
rem runs
rem     python_d -O ../lib/test/regrtest.py -x test_thread
rem twice, and
rem     rt -q -g test_binascii
rem runs
rem     python_d ../lib/test/regrtest.py -g test_binascii
rem to generate the expected-output file for binascii quickly.
rem Confusing:  if you want to pass a comma-separated list, like
rem     -u network,largefile
rem then you have to quote it on the rt line, like
rem     rt -u "network,largefile"


set exe=python
set qmode=
set dashO=
PATH %PATH%;..\..\tcltk\bin

if "%1"=="-O" (set dashO=-O)     & shift & goto CheckOpts
if "%1"=="-q" (set qmode=yes)    & shift & goto CheckOpts
if "%1"=="-d" (set exe=python_d) & shift & goto CheckOpts

set cmd=%exe% %dashO% -E -tt ../lib/test/regrtest.py %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9
if defined qmode goto Qmode

echo Deleting .pyc/.pyo files ...
%exe% rmpyc.py

echo on
@echo off

echo About to run again without deleting .pyc/.pyo first:

echo on