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SCons / test / VariantDir / Clean.py

#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""
Verify that we can Clean() files in a VariantDir() that's underneath us.
(At one point this didn't work because we were using str() instead of
abspath to remove the files, which would interfere with the removal by
returning a path relative to the VariantDir(), not the top-level SConstruct
directory, if the source directory was the top-level directory.)
"""

import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

test.write('SConstruct', """\
VariantDir('build0', '.', duplicate=0)
VariantDir('build1', '.', duplicate=1)

def build_sample(target, source, env):
    targetdir = str(target[0].dir)
    target = str(target[0])
    open(target, 'wb').write(open(str(source[0]), 'rb').read())
    open(targetdir+'/sample.junk', 'wb').write('Side effect!\\n')

t0 = Command("build0/sample.out", "sample.in", build_sample)
t1 = Command("build1/sample.out", "sample.in", build_sample)

Clean(t0, 'build0/sample.junk')
Clean(t1, 'build1/sample.junk')
""")

test.write('sample.in', "sample.in\n")

test.run(arguments = '.')

test.must_match(['build0', 'sample.out'], "sample.in\n")
test.must_exist(['build0', 'sample.junk'])

test.must_match(['build1', 'sample.out'], "sample.in\n")
test.must_exist(['build1', 'sample.junk'])

test.run(arguments = '-c .')

test.must_not_exist(['build', 'sample.out'])
test.must_not_exist(['build', 'sample.junk'])

test.pass_test()

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