SCons_D_Tooling / test / LINK / SHLINKCOMSTR.py

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"""
Test that the $SHLINKCOMSTR construction variable allows you to customize
the displayed linker string for programs using shared libraries.
"""

import sys
import TestSCons

_python_ = TestSCons._python_

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()



test.write('mycc.py', r"""
import sys
outfile = open(sys.argv[1], 'wb')
for f in sys.argv[2:]:
    infile = open(f, 'rb')
    for l in [l for l in infile.readlines() if l != '/*cc*/\n']:
        outfile.write(l)
sys.exit(0)

""")
test.write('mylink.py', r"""
import sys
outfile = open(sys.argv[1], 'wb')
for f in sys.argv[2:]:
    infile = open(f, 'rb')
    for l in [l for l in infile.readlines() if l != '/*link*/\n']:
        outfile.write(l)
sys.exit(0)
""")

test.write('SConstruct', """
env = Environment(SHCCCOM = r'%(_python_)s mycc.py $TARGET $SOURCES',
                  SHLINKCOM = r'%(_python_)s mylink.py $TARGET $SOURCES',
                  SHLINKCOMSTR = 'Linking shared $TARGET from $SOURCES',
                  SHOBJPREFIX = '',
                  SHOBJSUFFIX = '.obj',
                  SHLIBPREFIX = '',
                  SHLIBSUFFIX = '.dll')
t1 = env.SharedObject('test1', 'test1.c')
t2 = env.SharedObject('test2', 'test2.c')
env.SharedLibrary(target = 'test3', source = [t1, t2])
""" % locals())

test.write('test1.c', """\
test1.c
/*cc*/
/*link*/
""")

test.write('test2.c', """\
test2.c
/*cc*/
/*link*/
""")

test.run(stdout = test.wrap_stdout("""\
%(_python_)s mycc.py test1.obj test1.c
%(_python_)s mycc.py test2.obj test2.c
Linking shared test3.dll from test1.obj test2.obj
""" % locals()))

test.must_match('test3.dll', "test1.c\ntest2.c\n")

if sys.platform == "win32":
    import SCons.Tool.MSCommon as msc
    if msc.msvc_exists():
        # Now test an actual compile and link.  Since MS Windows
        # resets the link actions, this could fail even if the above
        # test passed.
        test.write('SConstruct', """
        env = Environment(CXXCOMSTR    = 'Compiling $TARGET ...',
                          SHLINKCOMSTR   = 'Shared-Linking $TARGET ...')
        env.SharedLibrary('test', 'test.cpp')
        """)
        test.write('test.cpp', """
        int i;
        """)
        
        test.run()
        if ("Shared-Linking" not in test.stdout()):
            test.fail_test()

test.pass_test()

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