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SCons / test / Win32 / scons-bat-error.py

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#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""
Verify that the scons.bat file returns error codes as we expect.
"""

__revision__ = "__FILE__ __REVISION__ __DATE__ __DEVELOPER__"

import os
import sys

import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

if sys.platform != 'win32':
    msg = "Skipping scons.bat test on non-Windows platform '%s'\n" % sys.platform
    test.skip_test(msg)

python = test.where_is('python')

if not python:
    msg = "Skipping scons.bat test; python is not on %PATH%.\n"
    test.skip_test(msg)

scons_bat = os.path.splitext(test.program)[0] + '.bat'

if not os.path.exists(scons_bat):
    msg = "Skipping scons.bat test; %s does not exist.\n" % scons_bat
    test.skip_test(msg)

test.write('scons.bat', test.read(scons_bat))

# The scons.bat file tries to import SCons.Script from its sys.prefix
# directories first (i.e., site-packages) which means this test might
# end up using an installed SCons in preference to something local.
# If so, create a SConstruct file that will exit with our expected
# error status.  If there is *not* an installed SCons, we still want
# this test to work, so we make a "SCons" package in the local
# directory with a Script.py module that contains a main() function
# that just exits with the expected status.

test.subdir('SCons')

test.write(['SCons', '__init__.py'], "")

test.write(['SCons', 'Script.py'], """\
import sys
def main():
    sys.exit(7)
""")

test.write('SConstruct', """\
import sys
sys.exit(7)
""")

test.run(program = 'scons.bat', status = 7)



test.pass_test()