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#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""
Verify that we correctly parse module names with spaces on the line after
the module name ; e.g. "%module test                 "
"""

import os.path
import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

swig = test.where_is('swig')
if not swig:
    test.skip_test('Can not find installed "swig", skipping test.\n')

python, python_include, python_libpath, python_lib = \
             test.get_platform_python_info()
Python_h = os.path.join(python_include, 'Python.h')
if not os.path.exists(Python_h):
    test.skip_test('Can not find %s, skipping test.\n' % Python_h)

test.write(['SConstruct'], """\
env = Environment(SWIGFLAGS = '-python -c++',
                  CPPPATH=[r'%(python_include)s'],
                  SWIG=[r'%(swig)s'],
                  LIBPATH=[r'%(python_libpath)s'],
                  LIBS='%(python_lib)s',
		  )

env.LoadableModule('test1.so', ['test1.i', 'test1.cc'])
""" % locals())

test.write(['test1.cc'], """\
int test1func()
{
  return 0;
}
""")

test.write(['test1.h'], """\
int test1func();
""")

test.write(['test1.i'], """\
%module test1       

%{
#include "test1.h"
%}

%include "test1.h"
""")

test.run(arguments = '.')

# If we erroneously think the generated Python module is called "test1".py
# rather than test1.py, the test will not be up to date
test.up_to_date(arguments = '.')

test.pass_test()

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