SCons / test / CPPPATH / absolute-path.py

#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""
Verify the ability to #include a file with an absolute path name.  (Which
is not strictly a test of using $CPPPATH, but it's in the ball park...)
"""

import os

import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

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

inc1_h = test.workpath('include', 'inc1.h')
inc2_h = test.workpath('include', 'inc2.h')
does_not_exist_h = test.workpath('include', 'does_not_exist.h')

# Verify that including an absolute path still works even if they
# double the separators in the input file.  This can happen especially
# on Windows if they use \\ to represent an escaped backslash.
inc2_h = inc2_h.replace(os.sep, os.sep+os.sep)

test.write(['work', 'SConstruct'], """\
Program('prog.c')
""")

test.write(['work', 'prog.c'], """\
#include <stdio.h>
#include "%(inc1_h)s"
#include "%(inc2_h)s"
#if     0
#include "%(does_not_exist_h)s"
#endif

int
main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    argv[argc++] = "--";
    printf("%%s\\n", STRING1);
    printf("%%s\\n", STRING2);
    return 0;
}
""" % locals())

test.write(['include', 'inc1.h'], """\
#define STRING1  "include/inc1.h A\\n"
""")

test.write(['include', 'inc2.h'], """\
#define STRING2  "include/inc2.h A\\n"
""")

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

test.up_to_date(chdir = 'work', arguments = '.')

test.write(['include', 'inc1.h'], """\
#define STRING1  "include/inc1.h B\\n"
""")

test.not_up_to_date(chdir = 'work', arguments = '.')

test.write(['include', 'inc2.h'], """\
#define STRING2  "include/inc2.h B\\n"
""")

test.not_up_to_date(chdir = 'work', arguments = '.')

test.pass_test()

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