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SCons / test / CXX / CC-variables.py

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"""
Verify that initializing a construction environment with just the
g++ tool uses the CCFLAGS.
"""

import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

test.write('SConstruct', """
env = Environment(tools = ['g++'], CXX = 'g++')
env.Object(target = 'test.obj', source = 'test.cxx')
env.MergeFlags('+for_CCFLAGS -Wp,-for_CPPFLAGS')
""")

test.write('test.cxx', "test.cxx\n")

expect = """\
g++ -o test.obj -c +for_CCFLAGS -Wp,-for_CPPFLAGS test.cxx
"""

test.run(arguments = '-Q -n test.obj', stdout=expect)

test.pass_test()