Subject: Re: [boost] [python] run python script from bjam
From: lcaminiti (lorcaminiti_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-06-03 11:20:08
Dave Abrahams wrote
> on Fri May 25 2012, lcaminiti <lorcaminiti-AT-gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I build a Boost.Python module and install it using bjam as follow:
>> python-extension pydef : deduced_params_pydef.cpp
>> : <library>/boost/python//boost_python
>> install pydef_install : pydef
>> : <install-dependencies>on
>> I the same dir I have a python script deduced_params_pydef.py which will
>> import the module and test it.
>> How do I run the python script automatically from bjam so to fully
>> and test the module that my code generates?
>> Something like (this doesn't work of course):
>> # Make sure pydef target is built first, then runs python
>> run-py pydef_install : deduced_params_pydef.py ;
> Take a look at Boost.Python's own tests; that should give you everything
> you need.
Yes, I figured it out. Boost.Python used bpl-test (or a rule named like
that) but I ended up using
type.register UNIT_TEST_RAW : UNIT_TEST ;
generators.register-standard testing.unit-test : : UNIT_TEST_RAW ;
rule py-test ( name : pyscript : commandline )
unit-test-raw $(name) : $(pyscript) :
<testing.launcher>"python "$(pyscript)" "$(commandline) ;
always $(name) ;
This worked better for what I needed to do.
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