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Commit c97cc9d2 authored by John Zhang's avatar John Zhang
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fix: test fail on linux because there is no "_" prefix in front of these exported symbols

parent 901f4363
......@@ -78,12 +78,10 @@ def exported_symbol_in_dylib(sym_name, libpath):
# use nm program to get a list of symbols in shared library,
# then check if the symbol name is in the list with 'T' (exported symbol)
import subprocess
from rpython.translator.platform import platform
output = str(subprocess.check_output('nm %(flag)s %(libpath)s' % {
'flag': '-D' if platform.name.startswith('linux') else '',
'libpath': libpath
}, shell=True))
return 'T _%(sym_name)s' % locals() in output # exported symbol
from rpython.translator.platform import platform, linux
output = str(subprocess.check_output('nm ' + str(libpath), shell=True))
expected = 'T %s' % '' if isinstance(platform, linux.BaseLinux) else '_'
return 'T %(sym_name)s' % locals() in output # exported symbol
def test_extern_funcs_macro_wrapper():
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