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SCons / test / site_scons / sysdirs.py

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#!/usr/bin/env python
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import TestSCons

"""
Verify site_scons system dirs are getting loaded.
Uses an internal test fixture to get at the site_scons dirs.

TODO: it would be great to test if it can actually load site_scons
files from the system dirs, but the test harness can't put files in
those dirs (which may not even exist on a build system).
"""

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

test.write('SConstruct', """
import SCons.Script
SCons.Script.Main.test_load_all_site_scons_dirs(Dir('.').path)
""")

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

import SCons.Platform
platform = SCons.Platform.platform_default()
if platform in ('win32', 'cygwin'):
    dir_to_check_for='Application Data'
elif platform in ('darwin'):
    dir_to_check_for='Library'
else:
    dir_to_check_for='.scons'

if 'Loading site dir' not in test.stdout():
    print test.stdout()
    test.fail_test()
if dir_to_check_for not in test.stdout():
    print test.stdout()
    test.fail_test()

test.pass_test()

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