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#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""
Verify that use of the Glob() function with the strings= option works
when they're used in the same SConscript file (and therefore the same
directory) as input to a Builder call.
"""

import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

test.subdir('src')

test.write('SConstruct', """\
VariantDir('var1', 'src')
VariantDir('var2', 'src')

SConscript('var1/SConscript')
SConscript('var2/SConscript')
""")

test.write(['src', 'SConscript'], """\
env = Environment() 

def concatenate(target, source, env):
    fp = open(str(target[0]), 'wb')
    for s in source:
        fp.write(open(str(s), 'rb').read())
    fp.close()

env['BUILDERS']['Concatenate'] = Builder(action=concatenate)

f_in = Glob('f*.in', strings=True)
f_in.sort()
env.Concatenate('f.out', f_in)
""")

test.write(['src', 'f1.in'], "src/f1.in\n")
test.write(['src', 'f2.in'], "src/f2.in\n")
test.write(['src', 'f3.in'], "src/f3.in\n")

test.run(arguments = '.')

test.must_match(['var1', 'f.out'], "src/f1.in\nsrc/f2.in\nsrc/f3.in\n")
test.must_match(['var2', 'f.out'], "src/f1.in\nsrc/f2.in\nsrc/f3.in\n")

test.pass_test()