SCons_D_Tooling / test / D / CoreScanner / common.py

"""
Verify that the D scanner can return multiple modules imported by
a single statement.
"""

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import TestSCons

from os.path import abspath, dirname

import sys
sys.path.insert(1, abspath(dirname(__file__) + '/../Support'))

from executablesSearch import isExecutableOfToolAvailable

def testForTool(tool):

    test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

    _obj = TestSCons._obj

    if not isExecutableOfToolAvailable(test, tool) :
        test.skip_test("Required executable for tool '{}' not found, skipping test.\n".format(tool))

    test.dir_fixture('Image')
    test.write('SConstruct', open('SConstruct_template', 'r').read().format(tool))

    arguments = 'test1%(_obj)s test2%(_obj)s' % locals()

    if tool == 'dmd':
        # The gdmd executable in Debian Unstable as at 2012-05-12, version 4.6.3 puts out messages on stderr
        # that cause inappropriate failure of the tests, so simply ignore them.
        test.run(arguments=arguments, stderr=None)
    else:
        test.run(arguments=arguments)

    test.up_to_date(arguments=arguments)

    test.write(['module2.d'], """\
module  module2;

int something_else;
""")

    if tool == 'dmd':
        # The gdmd executable in Debian Unstable as at 2012-05-12, version 4.6.3 puts out messages on stderr
        # that cause inappropriate failure of the tests, so simply ignore them.
        test.not_up_to_date(arguments=arguments, stderr=None)
    else:
        test.not_up_to_date(arguments=arguments)

    test.up_to_date(arguments=arguments)

    test.write(['p', 'submodule2.d'], """\
module p.submodule2;

int something_else;
""")

    if tool == 'dmd':
        # The gdmd executable in Debian Unstable as at 2012-05-12, version 4.6.3 puts out messages on stderr
        # that cause inappropriate failure of the tests, so simply ignore them.
        test.not_up_to_date(arguments=arguments, stderr=None)
    else:
        test.not_up_to_date(arguments=arguments)

    test.up_to_date(arguments=arguments)

    test.pass_test()

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