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#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""
Verify basic operation of the env.Requires() method for specifying
order-only prerequisites.
"""

import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

test.write('SConstruct', """
def append_prereq_func(target, source, env):
    fp = open(str(target[0]), 'wb')
    for s in source:
        fp.write(open(str(s), 'rb').read())
    fp.write(open('prereq.out', 'rb').read())
    fp.close()
    return None
append_prereq = Action(append_prereq_func)
env = Environment()
env.Requires('file.out', 'prereq.out')
env.Command('file.out', 'file.in', append_prereq)
env.Command('prereq.out', 'prereq.in', Copy('$TARGET', '$SOURCES'))
""")

test.write('file.in', "file.in 1\n")
test.write('prereq.in', "prereq.in 1\n")

# First:  build file.out.  prereq.out should be built first, and if
# not, we'll get an error when the build action tries to use it to
# build file.out.

test.run(arguments = 'file.out')

test.must_match('prereq.out', "prereq.in 1\n")
test.must_match('file.out', "file.in 1\nprereq.in 1\n")

# Update the prereq.out file.  file.out should still be up to date because
# prereq.out is not actually a dependency, so we don't detect the
# underlying change.

test.write('prereq.out', "prereq.out 2\n")

test.up_to_date(arguments = 'file.out')

# Now update the prereq.in file.  Trying to rebuild file.out should
# cause prereq.out to be updated because of the change, but file.out
# should *not* be rebuilt because, again, prereq.out isn't actually
# a dependency that causes rebuilds.

test.write('prereq.in', "prereq.in 3\n")

test.run(arguments = 'file.out')

test.must_match('prereq.out', "prereq.in 3\n")
test.must_match('file.out', "file.in 1\nprereq.in 1\n")

# Now update file.in, which will cause file.out to be rebuilt, picking
# up the change(s) to prereq.out of which we were previously oblivious.

test.write('file.in', 'file.in 4\n')

test.run(arguments = 'file.out')

test.must_match('prereq.out', "prereq.in 3\n")
test.must_match('file.out', "file.in 4\nprereq.in 3\n")



test.pass_test()

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