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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright (c) 2014 Google Inc. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
Verifies that a swift framework builds correctly.
import TestGyp
import TestMac
import collections
import sys
import subprocess
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
test = TestGyp.TestGyp(formats=['xcode'])
# Ensures that the given symbol is present in the given file, by running nm.
def CheckHasSymbolName(path, symbol):
output = subprocess.check_output(['nm', '-j', path])
idx = output.find(symbol)
if idx == -1:
print 'Swift: Could not find symobl: %s' % symbol
test_cases = []
# Run this for iOS on XCode 6.0 or greater
if TestMac.Xcode.Version() >= '0600':
test_cases.append(('Default', 'iphoneos'))
test_cases.append(('Default', 'iphonesimulator'))
# Run it for Mac on XCode 6.1 or greater
if TestMac.Xcode.Version() >= '0610':
test_cases.append(('Default', None))
# Generate the project.
test.run_gyp('test.gyp', chdir='swift-library')
# Build and verify for each configuration.
for configuration, sdk in test_cases:
kwds = collections.defaultdict(list)
if test.format == 'xcode':
if sdk is not None:
kwds['arguments'].extend(['-sdk', sdk])
test.set_configuration(configuration)'test.gyp', 'SwiftFramework', chdir='swift-library', **kwds)
filename = 'SwiftFramework.framework/SwiftFramework'
result_file = test.built_file_path(filename, chdir='swift-library')
# Check to make sure that our swift class (GypSwiftTest) is present in the
# built binary
CheckHasSymbolName(result_file, "C14SwiftFramework12GypSwiftTest")