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SCons / test / TEX / biber_biblatex.py

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"""
Test creation of a Tex document that uses the multibib oackage

Test courtesy Rob Managan.
"""

import TestSCons
import os

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

latex = test.where_is('pdflatex')
if not latex:
    test.skip_test("Could not find 'pdflatex'; skipping test.\n")

biber = test.where_is('biber')
if not biber:
    test.skip_test("Could not find 'biber'; skipping test.\n")

gloss = os.system('kpsewhich biblatex.sty')
if not gloss==0:
    test.skip_test("biblatex.sty not installed; skipping test(s).\n")


test.write(['SConstruct'], """\
#!/usr/bin/env python

import os
env = Environment(ENV=os.environ)
env['BIBTEX'] = 'biber'
main_output = env.PDF('bibertest.tex')
""")


sources_bib_content = r"""
@book{mybook,
  title={Title},
  author={Author, A},
  year={%s},
  publisher={Publisher},
}
"""
test.write(['ref.bib'],sources_bib_content % '2013' )

test.write(['bibertest.tex'],r"""
\documentclass{article}

\usepackage[backend=biber]{biblatex}
\addbibresource{ref.bib}

\begin{document}

Hello. This is boring.
\cite{mybook}
And even more boring.

\printbibliography
\end{document}
""")


test.run()


# All (?) the files we expect will get created in the docs directory
files = [
    'bibertest.aux',
    'bibertest.bbl',
    'bibertest.bcf',
    'bibertest.blg',
    'bibertest.fls',
    'bibertest.log',
    'bibertest.pdf',
    'bibertest.run.xml',
]


for f in files:
    test.must_exist([ f])

pdf_output_1 = test.read('bibertest.pdf')



test.write(['ref.bib'],sources_bib_content % '1982')

test.run()

pdf_output_2 = test.read('bibertest.pdf')

pdf_output_1 = test.normalize_pdf(pdf_output_1)
pdf_output_2 = test.normalize_pdf(pdf_output_2)

# If the PDF file is the same as it was previously, then it didn't
# pick up the change from 1981 to 1982, so fail.
test.fail_test(pdf_output_1 == pdf_output_2)

test.pass_test()
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