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# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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# along with GCC; see the file COPYING3. If not see
# <>.
# Run GCC with the input file also specified as output file. Check that the
# compiler prints an error message and does not overwrite the input file.
load_lib gcc-defs.exp
load_lib target-supports.exp
# These tests don't run runtest_file_p consistently if it
# doesn't return the same values, so disable parallelization
# of this *.exp file. The first parallel runtest to reach
# this will run all the tests serially.
if ![gcc_parallel_test_run_p output] {
# I'm not sure if this is needed here. It was in options.exp.
gcc_parallel_test_enable 0
proc check_gcc_overwrite_input {} {
set filename test-[pid]
set fd [open $filename.c w]
puts $fd "int main (void) \{ return 0; \}"
close $fd
remote_download host $filename.c
set test "input overwrite test"
set compiler cc1
set gcc_output [gcc_target_compile $filename.c $filename.c executable ""]
# Is this right, or do I need to use something like remote_upload?
set fd [open $filename.c r]
set file_data [read $fd]
close $fd
remote_file build delete $filename.c
# check if the contents of the input file has changed
if {!($file_data eq "int main (void) \{ return 0; \}\n")} {
fail "$test (input overwritten)"
# check if the error message was printed
if {![regexp -- "same as output" $gcc_output]} {
fail "$test (no error printed)"
pass $test
gcc_parallel_test_enable 1