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SCons / test / sconsign / corrupt.py

#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""
Test that we get proper warnings when .sconsign* files are corrupt.
"""

import TestSCons
import TestCmd

test = TestSCons.TestSCons(match = TestCmd.match_re)

test.subdir('work1', ['work1', 'sub'],
            'work2', ['work2', 'sub'])

work1__sconsign_dblite = test.workpath('work1', '.sconsign.dblite')
work2_sub__sconsign = test.workpath('work2', 'sub', '.sconsign')

SConstruct_contents = """\
def build1(target, source, env):
    open(str(target[0]), 'wb').write(open(str(source[0]), 'rb').read())
    return None

B1 = Builder(action = build1)
env = Environment(BUILDERS = { 'B1' : B1})
env.B1(target = 'sub/foo.out', source = 'foo.in')
"""



test.write(['work1', 'SConstruct'], SConstruct_contents)

test.write(['work1', 'foo.in'], "work1/foo.in\n")

stderr = '''
scons: warning: Ignoring corrupt .sconsign file: \.sconsign\.dblite
.*
'''

stdout = test.wrap_stdout('build1\(\["sub.foo\.out"\], \["foo\.in"\]\)\n')

test.write(work1__sconsign_dblite, 'not:a:sconsign:file')
test.run(chdir='work1', arguments='.', stderr=stderr, stdout=stdout)

test.write(work1__sconsign_dblite, '\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0')
test.run(chdir='work1', arguments='.', stderr=stderr, stdout=stdout)



# Test explicitly using a .sconsign file in each directory.

SConstruct_contents = """\
SConsignFile(None)
""" + SConstruct_contents

test.write(['work2', 'SConstruct'], SConstruct_contents)

test.write(['work2', 'foo.in'], "work2/foo.in\n")

stderr = '''
scons: warning: Ignoring corrupt .sconsign file: sub.\.sconsign
.*
'''

stdout = test.wrap_stdout('build1\(\["sub.foo\.out"\], \["foo\.in"\]\)\n')

test.write(work2_sub__sconsign, 'not:a:sconsign:file')
test.run(chdir='work2', arguments='.', stderr=stderr, stdout=stdout)

test.write(work2_sub__sconsign, '\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0')
test.run(chdir='work2', arguments='.', stderr=stderr, stdout=stdout)



test.pass_test()

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