SCons / test / CacheDir / SideEffect.py

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"""
Test that use of SideEffect() doesn't interfere with CacheDir.
"""

import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

test.subdir('cache', 'work')

cache = test.workpath('cache')

test.write(['work', 'SConstruct'], """\
def copy(source, target):
    open(target, "wb").write(open(source, "rb").read())

def build(env, source, target):
    s = str(source[0])
    t = str(target[0])
    copy(s, t)
    if target[0].side_effects:
        side_effect = open(str(target[0].side_effects[0]), "ab")
        side_effect.write(s + ' -> ' + t + '\\n')

CacheDir(r'%(cache)s')

Build = Builder(action=build)
env = Environment(BUILDERS={'Build':Build}, SUBDIR='subdir')
env.Build('f1.out', 'f1.in')
env.Build('f2.out', 'f2.in')
env.Build('f3.out', 'f3.in')
SideEffect('log.txt', ['f1.out', 'f2.out', 'f3.out'])
""" % locals())

test.write(['work', 'f1.in'], 'f1.in\n')
test.write(['work', 'f2.in'], 'f2.in\n')
test.write(['work', 'f3.in'], 'f3.in\n')

test.run(chdir='work', arguments='f1.out f2.out')

expect = """\
f1.in -> f1.out
f2.in -> f2.out
"""

test.must_match(['work', 'log.txt'], expect)



test.write(['work', 'f2.in'], 'f2.in 2 \n')

test.run(chdir='work', arguments='log.txt')

expect = """\
f1.in -> f1.out
f2.in -> f2.out
f2.in -> f2.out
f3.in -> f3.out
"""

test.must_match(['work', 'log.txt'], expect)



test.write(['work', 'f1.in'], 'f1.in 2 \n')

test.run(chdir='work', arguments=".")

expect = """\
f1.in -> f1.out
f2.in -> f2.out
f2.in -> f2.out
f3.in -> f3.out
f1.in -> f1.out
"""

test.must_match(['work', 'log.txt'], expect)



test.pass_test()
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