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"""
Verify that we execute TeX in a subdirectory (if that's where the document
resides) by checking that all the auxiliary files get created there and
not in the top-level directory. Test this when variantDir is used
Add use of \include and \includegraphics from within the included file

Also check that we find files

Test case courtesy Joel B. Mohler.
"""

import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

#test.verbose_set(2)

latex = test.where_is('latex')
if not latex:
    test.skip_test("Could not find 'latex'; skipping test.\n")

pdflatex = test.where_is('pdflatex')
if not pdflatex:
    test.skip_test("Could not find 'pdflatex'; skipping test.\n")

test.subdir('docs')
test.subdir(['docs','content'])
test.subdir(['docs','fig'])

test.write('SConstruct', """\
import os
env = Environment(TOOLS = ['tex', 'pdftex'])

env.VariantDir('build', 'docs', duplicate=0)
pdf = env.PDF('build/main.tex')
""")

test.write(['docs','main.tex'],
r"""\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{makeidx}
\makeindex
\begin{document}
Hi there.
\index{info}
\include{content/chapter}
\printindex{}
\end{document}
""")

test.write(['docs','content','chapter.tex'], """\
Sub-document 1
\input{content/subchap}

""")

test.write(['docs','content','subchap.tex'], """\
Sub-chapter 2

""")

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

# next line tests that side effect nodes get disambiguated 
# and their directories created in a variantDir before 
# the builder tries to populate them and fails
test.run(arguments = 'build/main.pdf', stderr=None, stdout=None)

test.must_exist(['build', 'main.aux'])
test.must_exist(['build', 'main.fls'])
test.must_exist(['build', 'main.idx'])
test.must_exist(['build', 'main.ilg'])
test.must_exist(['build', 'main.ind'])
test.must_exist(['build', 'main.log'])
test.must_exist(['build', 'main.pdf'])

test.must_exist(['build', 'content', 'chapter.aux'])

test.must_not_exist('main.aux')
test.must_not_exist('main.dvi')
test.must_not_exist('main.idx')
test.must_not_exist('main.ilg')
test.must_not_exist('main.ind')
test.must_not_exist('main.log')
test.must_not_exist('main.pdf')

test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'main.aux'])
test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'main.dvi'])
test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'main.idx'])
test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'main.ilg'])
test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'main.ind'])
test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'main.log'])
test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'main.pdf'])

test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'content', 'main.aux'])
test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'content', 'main.dvi'])
test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'content', 'main.idx'])
test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'content', 'main.ilg'])
test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'content', 'main.ind'])
test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'content', 'main.log'])
test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'content', 'main.pdf'])

test.must_not_exist(['docs', 'content', 'chapter.aux'])

test.up_to_date(arguments = '.', stderr=None, stdout=None)

test.write(['docs','content', 'subchap.tex'], """\
Sub-document 2a
""")

test.not_up_to_date(arguments = '.')
#test.up_to_date(arguments = '.', stderr=None, stdout=None)

test.pass_test()

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