File dejagnu.spec of Package dejagnu.8195

# spec file for package dejagnu
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Name:           dejagnu
Version:        1.6.1
Release:        0
Summary:        Framework for Running Test Suites on Software Tools
License:        GPL-2.0-or-later
Group:          Development/Tools/Building
Source3:        site.exp
Patch0:         close-wait-program.patch
BuildRequires:  expect
BuildRequires:  fdupes
BuildRequires:  gcc-c++
Requires:       expect
Requires:       info
Requires:       tcl
Requires(post): %{install_info_prereq}
Requires(preun): %{install_info_prereq}
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build
BuildArch:      noarch

DejaGnu is a framework for testing other programs.  Its purpose is to
provide a single front-end for all tests.  Beyond this, DejaGnu offers
several advantages for testing:

1. The flexibility and consistency of the DejaGnu framework make it
   easy to write tests for any program.

1. DejaGnu provides a layer of abstraction that allows you to write
   tests that are portable to any host or target where a program
   must be tested.  For instance, a test for GDB can run (from any
   Unix-based host) on any target architecture that DejaGnu

1. All tests have the same output format.  This makes it easy to
   integrate testing into other software development processes.
   DejaGnu's output is designed to be parsed by other filtering
   scripts and it is also human-readable.

DejaGnu is written in expect, which in turn uses "Tcl"--Tool command

Running tests requires two things: the testing framework and the test
suites themselves.

%setup -q
%patch0 -p1

make %{?_smp_mflags}

make check

make %{?_smp_mflags} DESTDIR=%{buildroot} install
install -D -m 0644 %{SOURCE3} %{buildroot}%{_sysconfdir}/dejagnu/site.exp
ln -s -f %{_sysconfdir}/dejagnu/site.exp %{buildroot}%{_datadir}/dejagnu/site.exp
%fdupes -s %{buildroot}

%install_info --info-dir=%{_infodir} %{_infodir}/

%install_info_delete --info-dir=%{_infodir} %{_infodir}/

%defattr(-, root, root)
%license COPYING
%dir %{_datadir}/dejagnu
%dir %{_sysconfdir}/dejagnu
%config(noreplace) %{_sysconfdir}/dejagnu/site.exp

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