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# -*-perl-*-
$description = "This test is about grouped multiple targets indicated by &:";
$details = "Here we test for requirements like\n"
."- if multiple such targets are updated, the recipe is run once\n"
."- parsing issues related to the &: syntax itself\n";
# Parsing: &: allowed without any targets.
run_make_test(q{
.PHONY: all
&:;
all: ;@printf ''
},
'', "");
# Parsing: &: works not preceded by whitespace.
run_make_test(q{
foo&:;@echo foo
},
'foo', "foo");
# Ordinary rule runs recipe four times for t1 t2 t3 t4.
# Grouped target rule runs recipe once; others are considered updated.
run_make_test(q{
.PHONY: t1 t2 t3 t4 g1 g2 g3 g4
t1 t2 t3 t4: ; @echo $@
g1 g2 g3 g4 &: ; @echo $@
},
't1 t2 t3 t4 g1 g2 g3 g4',
"t1\n"
."t2\n"
."t3\n"
."t4\n"
."g1\n"
."#MAKE#: Nothing to be done for 'g2'.\n"
."#MAKE#: Nothing to be done for 'g3'.\n"
."#MAKE#: Nothing to be done for 'g4'.");
# Similar to previous test, but targets come from m1 phony
# rather than from the command line. We don't see "Nothing to
# be done for" messages. Also, note reversed order g4 g3 ...
# Thus the auto variable $@ is "g4" when that rule fires.
run_make_test(q{
.PHONY: m1 t1 t2 t3 t4 g1 g2 g3 g4
m1: t1 t2 t3 t4 g4 g3 g2 g1
t1 t2 t3 t4: ; @echo $@
g1 g2 g3 g4&: ; @echo $@
},
'',
"t1\nt2\nt3\nt4\ng4");
# Set a grouped target recipe for existing targets
run_make_test(q{
.PHONY: M a b
M: a b
a:
a b&: ; @echo Y
b:
},
'',
"Y");
# grouped targets require a recipe
run_make_test(q{
.PHONY: M a b
M: a b
a b&:
},
'',
"#MAKEFILE#:4: *** grouped targets must provide a recipe. Stop.", 512);
# Pattern rules use grouped targets anyway so it's a no-op
run_make_test(q{
.PHONY: M
M: a.q b.q
a.% b.%&: ; @echo Y
},
'',
"Y");
# Double-colon grouped target rules.
run_make_test(q{
.PHONY: M a b c d e f g h
M: a b
a b c&:: ; @echo X
c d e&:: ; @echo Y
f g h&:: ; @echo Z
},
'',
"X");
run_make_test(q{
.PHONY: M a b c d e f g h
M: c
a b c&:: ; @echo X
c d e&:: ; @echo Y
f g h&:: ; @echo Z
},
'',
"X\nY");
run_make_test(q{
.PHONY: M a b c d e f g h
M: a b c d e
a b c&:: ; @echo X
c d e&:: ; @echo Y
f g h&:: ; @echo Z
},
'',
"X\nY");
run_make_test(q{
.PHONY: M a b c d e f g h
M: d e
a b c&:: ; @echo X
c d e&:: ; @echo Y
f g h&:: ; @echo Z
},
'',
"Y");
run_make_test(q{
.PHONY: M a b c d e f g h
M: f g h
a b c&:: ; @echo X
c d e&:: ; @echo Y
f g h&:: ; @echo Z
},
'',
"Z");
# This tells the test driver that the perl test script executed properly.
1;