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SCons / test / QT / reentrant.py

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"""
Test creation from a copied environment that already has QT variables.
This makes sure the tool initialization is re-entrant.
"""

import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

test.Qt_dummy_installation('qt')

test.write(['qt', 'include', 'foo5.h'], """\
#include <stdio.h>
void
foo5(void)
{
#ifdef  FOO
    printf("qt/include/foo5.h\\n");
#endif
}
""")

test.Qt_create_SConstruct('SConstruct')

test.write('SConscript', """\
Import("env")
env = env.Clone(tools=['qt'])
env.Program('main', 'main.cpp', CPPDEFINES=['FOO'], LIBS=[])
""")

test.write('main.cpp', r"""
#include "foo5.h"
int main() { foo5(); return 0; }
""")

test.run()

test.run(program = test.workpath('main' + TestSCons._exe),
         stdout = 'qt/include/foo5.h\n')

test.pass_test()