SCons / test / scons-time / func / file.py

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"""
Verify that config files specified with the -f and --file options
affect how the func subcommand processes things.
"""

import TestSCons_time

test = TestSCons_time.TestSCons_time()

try:
    import pstats
except ImportError:
    test.skip_test('No pstats module, skipping test.\n')

test.profile_data('foo-001-0.prof', 'prof1.py', '_main', """\
def _main():
    pass
""")

test.profile_data('foo-002-0.prof', 'prof2.py', '_main', """\
# line 1 (intentional comment to adjust starting line numbers)
def _main():
    pass
""")


test.write('st1.conf', """\
prefix = 'foo-001'
""")

expect1 = r'\d.\d\d\d prof1\.py:1\(_main\)' + '\n'

test.run(arguments = 'func -f st1.conf',
         match = TestSCons_time.match_re,
         stdout = expect1)


test.write('st2.conf', """\
prefix = 'foo'
title = 'ST2.CONF TITLE'
vertical_bars = (
    ( 1.4, 7, None ),
    ( 1.5, 7, "label 1.5" ),
    ( 1.6, 7, "label 1.6" ),
)
""")

expect2 = \
r"""set title "ST2.CONF TITLE"
set key bottom left
set label 3 "label 1.5" at 0.5,0.5 right
set label 4 "label 1.6" at 0.6,0.4 right
plot '-' title "Startup" with lines lt 1, \\
     '-' notitle with lines lt 7, \\
     '-' title "label 1.5" with lines lt 7, \\
     '-' title "label 1.6" with lines lt 7
# Startup
1 0.000
2 0.\d*
e
1.4 0
1.4 1
e
1.5 0
1.5 1
e
1.6 0
1.6 1
e
"""

test.run(arguments = 'func --file st2.conf --fmt gnuplot')

test.must_contain_exactly_lines(test.stdout(), expect2, find=TestSCons.search_re_in_list)

test.pass_test()

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