SCons / test / textfile.py

Greg Noel 35cfb1f 















































Greg Noel 450d604 

Greg Noel 35cfb1f 













Greg Noel 450d604 

Greg Noel 35cfb1f 




Greg Noel 450d604 
Greg Noel 35cfb1f 

Greg Noel 450d604 
Greg Noel 35cfb1f 

Greg Noel 450d604 
Greg Noel 35cfb1f 



Greg Noel 450d604 
Greg Noel 35cfb1f 



























































Greg Noel 450d604 
Greg Noel 35cfb1f 











#!/usr/bin/env python
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__revision__ = "__FILE__ __REVISION__ __DATE__ __DEVELOPER__"

import TestSCons

import os

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

foo1  = test.workpath('foo1.txt')
#foo2  = test.workpath('foo2.txt')
#foo1a = test.workpath('foo1a.txt')
#foo2a = test.workpath('foo2a.txt')

test.write('SConstruct', """
env = Environment(tools=['textfile'])
data0 = ['Goethe', 'Schiller']
data  = ['lalala', 42, data0, 'tanteratei']

env.Textfile('foo1', data)
env.Textfile('foo2', data, LINESEPARATOR='|*')
env.Textfile('foo1a.txt', data + [''])
env.Textfile('foo2a.txt', data + [''], LINESEPARATOR='|*')

# recreate the list with the data wrapped in Value()
data0 = list(map(Value, data0))
data = list(map(Value, data))
data[2] = data0

env.Substfile('bar1', data)
env.Substfile('bar2', data, LINESEPARATOR='|*')
data.append(Value(''))
env.Substfile('bar1a.txt', data)
env.Substfile('bar2a.txt', data, LINESEPARATOR='|*')
""")

test.run(arguments = '.')

textparts = ['lalala', '42',
             'Goethe', 'Schiller',
             'tanteratei']
foo1Text  = os.linesep.join(textparts)
foo2Text  = '|*'.join(textparts)
foo1aText = foo1Text + os.linesep
foo2aText = foo2Text + '|*'

test.up_to_date(arguments = '.')

files = list(map(test.workpath, (
            'foo1.txt', 'foo2.txt', 'foo1a.txt', 'foo2a.txt',
            'bar1',     'bar2',     'bar1a.txt', 'bar2a.txt',
        )))
def check_times():
    # make sure the files didn't get rewritten, because nothing changed:
    before = list(map(os.path.getmtime, files))
    # introduce a small delay, to make the test valid
    test.sleep()
    # should still be up-to-date
    test.up_to_date(arguments = '.')
    after = list(map(os.path.getmtime, files))
    test.fail_test(before != after)

# make sure that the file content is as expected
test.must_match('foo1.txt',  foo1Text)
test.must_match('bar1',      foo1Text)
test.must_match('foo2.txt',  foo2Text)
test.must_match('bar2',      foo2Text)
test.must_match('foo1a.txt', foo1aText)
test.must_match('bar1a.txt', foo1aText)
test.must_match('foo2a.txt', foo2aText)
test.must_match('bar2a.txt', foo2aText)
check_times()

# write the contents and make sure the files
# didn't get rewritten, because nothing changed:
test.write('foo1.txt',  foo1Text)
test.write('bar1',      foo1Text)
test.write('foo2.txt',  foo2Text)
test.write('bar2',      foo2Text)
test.write('foo1a.txt', foo1aText)
test.write('bar1a.txt', foo1aText)
test.write('foo2a.txt', foo2aText)
test.write('bar2a.txt', foo2aText)
check_times()

test.write('SConstruct', """
textlist = ['This line has no substitutions',
            'This line has @subst@ substitutions',
            'This line has %subst% substitutions',
           ]

sub1 = { '@subst@' : 'most' }
sub2 = { '%subst%' : 'many' }
sub3 = { '@subst@' : 'most' , '%subst%' : 'many' }

env = Environment(tools = ['textfile'])

t = env.Textfile('text', textlist)
# no substitutions
s = env.Substfile('sub1', t)
# one substitution
s = env.Substfile('sub2', s, SUBST_DICT = sub1)
# the other substution
s = env.Substfile('sub3', s, SUBST_DICT = sub2)
# the reverse direction
s = env.Substfile('sub4', t, SUBST_DICT = sub2)
s = env.Substfile('sub5', s, SUBST_DICT = sub1)
# both
s = env.Substfile('sub6', t, SUBST_DICT = sub3)
""")

test.run(arguments = '.')

line1  = 'This line has no substitutions'
line2a = 'This line has @subst@ substitutions'
line2b = 'This line has most substitutions'
line3a = 'This line has %subst% substitutions'
line3b = 'This line has many substitutions'

def matchem(file, lines):
    lines = os.linesep.join(lines)
    test.must_match(file, lines)

matchem('text.txt', [line1, line2a, line3a])
matchem('sub1', [line1, line2a, line3a])
matchem('sub2', [line1, line2b, line3a])
matchem('sub3', [line1, line2b, line3b])
matchem('sub4', [line1, line2a, line3b])
matchem('sub5', [line1, line2b, line3b])
matchem('sub6', [line1, line2b, line3b])

test.up_to_date(arguments = '.')

test.pass_test()
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