SCons / test / SideEffect / parallel.py

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"""
Verify that targets with the same SideEffect are not built in parallel
when the -j option is used.
"""

import TestSCons

_python_ = TestSCons._python_

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

test.write('build.py', """\
import os
import sys
import time

lockdir = 'build.lock'
logfile = 'log.txt'

try:
    os.mkdir(lockdir)
except OSError, e:
    msg = 'could not create lock directory: %s\\n' % e
    sys.stderr.write(msg)
    sys.exit(1)

src, target = sys.argv[1:]

open(logfile, 'ab').write('%s -> %s\\n' % (src, target))

# Give the other threads a chance to start.
time.sleep(1)

os.rmdir(lockdir)
""")

test.write('SConstruct', """\
Build = Builder(action=r'%(_python_)s build.py $SOURCE $TARGET')
env = Environment(BUILDERS={'Build':Build})
env.Build('h1.out', 'h1.in')
env.Build('g2.out', 'g2.in')
env.Build('f3.out', 'f3.in')
SideEffect('log.txt', ['h1.out', 'g2.out', 'f3.out'])
env.Build('log.out', 'log.txt')
""" % locals())

test.write('h1.in', 'h1.in\n')
test.write('g2.in', 'g2.in\n')
test.write('f3.in', 'f3.in\n')
test.write('baz.in', 'baz.in\n')


test.run(arguments = "-j 4 .")


build_lines =  [
    'build.py h1.in h1.out', 
    'build.py g2.in g2.out', 
    'build.py f3.in f3.out', 
]

test.must_contain_all_lines(test.stdout(), build_lines)

log_lines = [
    'f3.in -> f3.out',
    'h1.in -> h1.out',
    'g2.in -> g2.out',
]

test.must_contain_all_lines(test.read('log.txt'), log_lines)


test.pass_test()

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