SCons / test / Dir / source.py

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"""
This test tests directories as source files.  The correct behavior is that
any file under a directory acts like a source file of that directory.
In other words, if a build has a directory as a source file, any
change in any file under that directory should trigger a rebuild.
"""

import TestSCons


test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

test.subdir('tstamp', [ 'tstamp', 'subdir' ],
            'content', [ 'content', 'subdir' ],
            'cmd-tstamp', [ 'cmd-tstamp', 'subdir' ],
            'cmd-content', [ 'cmd-content', 'subdir' ])

test.write('SConstruct', """\
def writeTarget(target, source, env):
    f=open(str(target[0]), 'wb')
    f.write("stuff\\n")
    f.close()
    return 0

test_bld_dir = Builder(action=writeTarget,
                       source_factory=Dir,
                       source_scanner=DirScanner)
test_bld_file = Builder(action=writeTarget)
env = Environment()
env['BUILDERS']['TestDir'] = test_bld_dir
env['BUILDERS']['TestFile'] = test_bld_file

env_tstamp = env.Clone()
env_tstamp.Decider('timestamp-newer')
env_tstamp.TestFile(source='junk.txt', target='tstamp/junk.out')
env_tstamp.TestDir(source='tstamp', target='tstamp.out')
env_tstamp.Command('cmd-tstamp-noscan.out', 'cmd-tstamp', writeTarget)
env_tstamp.Command('cmd-tstamp.out', 'cmd-tstamp', writeTarget,
                 source_scanner=DirScanner)

env_content = env.Clone()
env_content.Decider('content')
env_content.TestFile(source='junk.txt', target='content/junk.out')
env_content.TestDir(source='content', target='content.out')
env_content.Command('cmd-content-noscan.out', 'cmd-content', writeTarget)
env_content.Command('cmd-content.out', 'cmd-content', writeTarget,
                 source_scanner=DirScanner)
""")

test.write([ 'tstamp', 'foo.txt' ], 'foo.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'tstamp', '#hash.txt' ], 'hash.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'tstamp', 'subdir', 'bar.txt'], 'bar.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'tstamp', 'subdir', '#hash.txt'], 'hash.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'content', 'foo.txt' ], 'foo.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'content', '#hash.txt' ], 'hash.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'content', 'subdir', 'bar.txt' ], 'bar.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'content', 'subdir', '#hash.txt' ], 'hash.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'cmd-tstamp', 'foo.txt' ], 'foo.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'cmd-tstamp', '#hash.txt' ], 'hash.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'cmd-tstamp', 'subdir', 'bar.txt' ], 'bar.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'cmd-tstamp', 'subdir', '#hash.txt' ], 'hash.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'cmd-content', 'foo.txt' ], 'foo.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'cmd-content', '#hash.txt' ], '#hash.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'cmd-content', 'subdir', 'bar.txt' ], 'bar.txt 1\n')
test.write([ 'cmd-content', 'subdir', '#hash.txt' ], 'hash.txt 1\n')
test.write('junk.txt', 'junk.txt\n')

test.run(arguments=".", stderr=None)
test.must_match('tstamp.out', 'stuff\n')
test.must_match('content.out', 'stuff\n')
test.must_match('cmd-tstamp.out', 'stuff\n')
test.must_match('cmd-content.out', 'stuff\n')
test.must_match('cmd-tstamp-noscan.out', 'stuff\n')
test.must_match('cmd-content-noscan.out', 'stuff\n')

test.up_to_date(arguments='tstamp.out')
test.up_to_date(arguments='content.out')
test.up_to_date(arguments='cmd-tstamp.out')
test.up_to_date(arguments='cmd-content.out')
test.up_to_date(arguments='cmd-tstamp-noscan.out')
test.up_to_date(arguments='cmd-content-noscan.out')

test.write([ 'tstamp', 'foo.txt' ], 'foo.txt 2\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='tstamp.out')

test.write([ 'tstamp', 'new.txt' ], 'new.txt\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='tstamp.out')

test.write([ 'content', 'foo.txt' ], 'foo.txt 2\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='content.out')

test.write([ 'content', 'new.txt' ], 'new.txt\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='content.out')

test.write([ 'cmd-tstamp', 'foo.txt' ], 'foo.txt 2\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='cmd-tstamp.out')
test.up_to_date(arguments='cmd-tstamp-noscan.out')

test.write([ 'cmd-tstamp', 'new.txt' ], 'new.txt\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='cmd-tstamp.out')
test.up_to_date(arguments='cmd-tstamp-noscan.out')

test.write([ 'cmd-content', 'foo.txt' ], 'foo.txt 2\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='cmd-content.out')
test.up_to_date(arguments='cmd-content-noscan.out')

test.write([ 'cmd-content', 'new.txt' ], 'new.txt\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='cmd-content.out')
test.up_to_date(arguments='cmd-content-noscan.out')

test.write([ 'tstamp', 'subdir', 'bar.txt' ], 'bar.txt 2\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='tstamp.out')

test.write([ 'tstamp', 'subdir', 'new.txt' ], 'new.txt\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='tstamp.out')

test.write([ 'content', 'subdir', 'bar.txt' ], 'bar.txt 2\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='content.out')

test.write([ 'content', 'subdir', 'new.txt' ], 'new.txt\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='content.out')

test.write([ 'cmd-tstamp', 'subdir', 'bar.txt' ], 'bar.txt 2\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='cmd-tstamp.out')
test.up_to_date(arguments='cmd-tstamp-noscan.out')

test.write([ 'cmd-tstamp', 'subdir', 'new.txt' ], 'new.txt\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='cmd-tstamp.out')
test.up_to_date(arguments='cmd-tstamp-noscan.out')

test.write([ 'cmd-content', 'subdir', 'bar.txt' ], 'bar.txt 2\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='cmd-content.out')
test.up_to_date(arguments='cmd-content-noscan.out')

test.write([ 'cmd-content', 'subdir', 'new.txt' ], 'new.txt\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='cmd-content.out')
test.up_to_date(arguments='cmd-content-noscan.out')

test.write('junk.txt', 'junk.txt 2\n')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='tstamp.out')
test.not_up_to_date(arguments='content.out')

test.pass_test()

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