SCons / test / Install / directories.py

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"""
Test using Install() on directories.
"""

import os.path

import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

test.subdir('outside',
            'work',
            ['work', 'dir1'],
            ['work', 'dir1', 'sub'],
            ['work', 'dir2'],
            ['work', 'dir2', 'sub'],
            ['work', 'dir3'],
            ['work', 'dir3', 'sub'],
            ['work', 'dir4'],
            ['work', 'dir4', 'sub'])

test.write(['work', 'SConstruct'], """\
Install('../outside',  'dir1')
InstallAs('../outside/d2', 'dir2')

env = Environment()
env.Install('../outside',  'dir3')
env.InstallAs('../outside/d4',  'dir4')
""")

test.write(['work', 'f1'],                      "work/f1\n")
test.write(['work', 'dir1', 'f2'],              "work/dir1/f2\n")
test.write(['work', 'dir1', 'sub', 'f3'],       "work/dir1/sub/f3\n")
test.write(['work', 'dir2', 'f4'],              "work/dir2/f4\n")
test.write(['work', 'dir2', 'sub', 'f5'],       "work/dir2/sub/f5\n")
test.write(['work', 'dir3', 'f6'],              "work/dir3/f6\n")
test.write(['work', 'dir3', 'sub', 'f7'],       "work/dir3/sub/f7\n")
test.write(['work', 'dir4', 'f8'],              "work/dir4/f8\n")
test.write(['work', 'dir4', 'sub', 'f9'],       "work/dir4/sub/f9\n")


arguments = [
    test.workpath('outside', 'dir1'),
    test.workpath('outside', 'd2'),
    test.workpath('outside', 'dir3'),
    test.workpath('outside', 'd4'),
]

expect = test.wrap_stdout("""\
Install directory: "dir1" as "%s"
Install directory: "dir2" as "%s"
Install directory: "dir3" as "%s"
Install directory: "dir4" as "%s"
""" % tuple(arguments))

test.run(chdir = 'work', arguments = arguments, stdout = expect)

test.must_match(test.workpath('outside', 'dir1', 'f2'),         "work/dir1/f2\n")
test.must_match(test.workpath('outside', 'dir1', 'sub', 'f3'),  "work/dir1/sub/f3\n")
test.must_match(test.workpath('outside', 'd2', 'f4'),           "work/dir2/f4\n")
test.must_match(test.workpath('outside', 'd2', 'sub', 'f5'),    "work/dir2/sub/f5\n")
test.must_match(test.workpath('outside', 'dir3', 'f6'),         "work/dir3/f6\n")
test.must_match(test.workpath('outside', 'dir3', 'sub', 'f7'),  "work/dir3/sub/f7\n")
test.must_match(test.workpath('outside', 'd4', 'f8'),           "work/dir4/f8\n")
test.must_match(test.workpath('outside', 'd4', 'sub', 'f9'),    "work/dir4/sub/f9\n")

test.pass_test()

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