SCons / test / Fortran / FORTRANMODDIR.py

#!/usr/bin/env python
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import os
import string
import sys
import TestSCons

_python_ = TestSCons._python_
_exe   = TestSCons._exe

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()



test.write('myfortran.py', r"""
import os.path
import re
import string
import sys
mod_regex = "(?im)^\\s*MODULE\\s+(?!PROCEDURE)(\\w+)"
contents = open(sys.argv[2]).read()
modules = re.findall(mod_regex, contents)
modules = map(lambda m: os.path.join(sys.argv[1], string.lower(m)+'.mod'), modules)
for t in sys.argv[3:] + modules:
    open(t, 'wb').write('myfortran.py wrote %s\n' % os.path.split(t)[1])
sys.exit(0)
""")

test.write('SConstruct', """
env = Environment(FORTRANCOM = r'%(_python_)s myfortran.py $FORTRANMODDIR $SOURCE $TARGET',
                  FORTRANMODDIR = 'modules')
env.Object(target = 'test1.obj', source = 'test1.f')
env.Object(target = 'sub2/test2.obj', source = 'test1.f',
           FORTRANMODDIR='${TARGET.dir}')
env.Object(target = 'sub3/test3.obj', source = 'test1.f',
           FORTRANCOM = r'%(_python_)s myfortran.py $_FORTRANMODFLAG $SOURCE $TARGET',
           FORTRANMODDIR='${TARGET.dir}')
""" % locals())

test.write('test1.f', """\
      PROGRAM TEST
      USE MOD_FOO
      USE MOD_BAR
      PRINT *,'TEST.f'
      CALL P
      STOP
      END
      MODULE MOD_FOO
         IMPLICIT NONE
         CONTAINS
         SUBROUTINE P
            PRINT *,'mod_foo'
         END SUBROUTINE P
      END MODULE MOD_FOO
      MODULE PROCEDURE MOD_BAR
         IMPLICIT NONE
         CONTAINS
         SUBROUTINE P
            PRINT *,'mod_bar'
         END SUBROUTINE P
      END MODULE MOD_BAR
""")

test.run(arguments = '.', stderr = None)

test.must_match('test1.obj', "myfortran.py wrote test1.obj\n")
test.must_match(['modules', 'mod_foo.mod'], "myfortran.py wrote mod_foo.mod\n")
test.must_not_exist(['modules', 'mod_bar.mod'])

test.must_match(['sub2', 'test2.obj'], "myfortran.py wrote test2.obj\n")
test.must_match(['sub2', 'mod_foo.mod'], "myfortran.py wrote mod_foo.mod\n")

test.must_match(['sub3', 'test3.obj'], "myfortran.py wrote test3.obj\n")
test.must_match(['sub3', 'mod_foo.mod'], "myfortran.py wrote mod_foo.mod\n")

test.up_to_date(arguments = '.')



test.pass_test()
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