SCons / test / MSVS / vs-10.0-files.py

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"""
Test that we can generate Visual Studio 10.0 project (.vcxproj) and
solution (.sln) files that look correct.
"""

import os

import TestSConsMSVS

test = TestSConsMSVS.TestSConsMSVS()
host_arch = test.get_vs_host_arch()


# Make the test infrastructure think we have this version of MSVS installed.
test._msvs_versions = ['10.0']



expected_slnfile = TestSConsMSVS.expected_slnfile_10_0
expected_vcprojfile = TestSConsMSVS.expected_vcprojfile_10_0
SConscript_contents = TestSConsMSVS.SConscript_contents_10_0



test.write('SConstruct', SConscript_contents%{'HOST_ARCH': host_arch})

test.run(arguments="Test.vcxproj")

test.must_exist(test.workpath('Test.vcxproj'))
vcproj = test.read('Test.vcxproj', 'r')
expect = test.msvs_substitute(expected_vcprojfile, '10.0', None, 'SConstruct')
# don't compare the pickled data
assert vcproj[:len(expect)] == expect, test.diff_substr(expect, vcproj)

test.must_exist(test.workpath('Test.sln'))
sln = test.read('Test.sln', 'r')
expect = test.msvs_substitute(expected_slnfile, '10.0', None, 'SConstruct')
# don't compare the pickled data
assert sln[:len(expect)] == expect, test.diff_substr(expect, sln)

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

test.must_not_exist(test.workpath('Test.vcxproj'))
test.must_not_exist(test.workpath('Test.sln'))

test.run(arguments='Test.vcxproj')

test.must_exist(test.workpath('Test.vcxproj'))
test.must_exist(test.workpath('Test.sln'))

test.run(arguments='-c Test.sln')

test.must_not_exist(test.workpath('Test.vcxproj'))
test.must_not_exist(test.workpath('Test.sln'))



# Test that running SCons with $PYTHON_ROOT in the environment
# changes the .vcxproj output as expected.
os.environ['PYTHON_ROOT'] = 'xyzzy'
python = os.path.join('$(PYTHON_ROOT)', os.path.split(TestSConsMSVS.python)[1])

test.run(arguments='Test.vcxproj')

test.must_exist(test.workpath('Test.vcxproj'))
vcproj = test.read('Test.vcxproj', 'r')
expect = test.msvs_substitute(expected_vcprojfile, '10.0', None, 'SConstruct',
                              python=python)
# don't compare the pickled data
assert vcproj[:len(expect)] == expect, test.diff_substr(expect, vcproj)



test.pass_test()

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