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SCons / timings / Java / TimeSCons-run.py

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"""
This configuration times simple Java compilation.

We create $JAVA_COUNT on-disk Java files in a 'src' subdirectory,
and the SConstruct file builds them.  That's it.
"""

import TestSCons

# Full-build time of just under 10 seconds on ubuntu-timings slave,
# as determined by bin/calibrate.py on 21 May 2010:
#
# run   1:  14.564:  JAVA_COUNT=100
# run   2:   9.692:  JAVA_COUNT=68
# run   3:   9.654:  JAVA_COUNT=68
# run   4:   9.635:  JAVA_COUNT=68

test = TestSCons.TimeSCons(variables={'JAVA_COUNT':68})

test.subdir('src')

contents = """\
package src;
public class j%04d {}
"""

for d in range(test.variables['JAVA_COUNT']):
    test.write(['src', 'j%04d.java' % d], contents % d)

test.main()

test.pass_test()