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SCons / test / MSVS / vs-6.0-variant_dir.py

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"""
Test that we can generate Visual Studio 6 project (.dsp) and solution
(.dsw) files that look correct when using a variant_dir.
"""

import TestSConsMSVS

test = TestSConsMSVS.TestSConsMSVS()

host_arch = test.get_vs_host_arch()


# Make the test infrastructure think we have this version of MSVS installed.
test._msvs_versions = ['6.0']

expected_dspfile = TestSConsMSVS.expected_dspfile_6_0
expected_dswfile = TestSConsMSVS.expected_dswfile_6_0
SConscript_contents = TestSConsMSVS.SConscript_contents_6_0


test.subdir('src')

test.write('SConstruct', """\
SConscript('src/SConscript', variant_dir='build')
""")

test.write(['src', 'SConscript'], SConscript_contents%{'HOST_ARCH': host_arch})

test.run(arguments=".")

dsp = test.read(['src', 'Test.dsp'], 'r')
expect = test.msvs_substitute(expected_dspfile, '6.0', None, 'SConstruct')
# don't compare the pickled data
assert dsp[:len(expect)] == expect, test.diff_substr(expect, dsp)

test.must_exist(test.workpath('src', 'Test.dsw'))
dsw = test.read(['src', 'Test.dsw'], 'r')
expect = test.msvs_substitute(expected_dswfile, '6.0', 'src')
assert dsw == expect, test.diff_substr(expect, dsw)

test.must_match(['build', 'Test.dsp'], """\
This is just a placeholder file.
The real project file is here:
%s
""" % test.workpath('src', 'Test.dsp'),
                mode='r')

test.must_match(['build', 'Test.dsw'], """\
This is just a placeholder file.
The real workspace file is here:
%s
""" % test.workpath('src', 'Test.dsw'),
                mode='r')



test.pass_test()

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