Ticket #79: pynie.t

File pynie.t, 1.0 KB (added by szabgab, 6 years ago)

ext/Parrot-Embed/t/pynie.t

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1#!perl
2
3# Copyright (C) 2006-2008, The Perl Foundation.
4# $Id: $
5
6use strict;
7use warnings;
8
9use Test::More;
10use File::Spec;
11
12my $pynie_pbc = File::Spec->catfile( '..', '..', 'languages', 'pynie', 'pynie.pbc' );
13plan skip_all => "Need to first run make in languages/pynie" if not -e $pynie_pbc;
14
15plan tests => 9;
16
17use_ok('Parrot::Embed') or exit;
18
19my $module = 'Parrot::Interpreter';
20my $interp = $module->new();
21ok( $interp, 'new() should return a valid interpreter' );
22isa_ok( $interp, $module );
23
24my $result = eval { $interp->load_file($pynie_pbc) };
25my $except = $@;
26ok( $result, '... returning true if it could load the file' );
27is( $except, '', '... throwing no exeption if so' );
28
29my $pynie = $interp->find_global( 'main' );
30isa_ok( $pynie, 'Parrot::PMC' );
31can_ok($pynie, 'invoke');
32
33
34# compile some Python code
35{
36        my $pmc = $pynie->invoke( 'PS', '2+3' );
37        ok( $pmc, 'invoke() should return a PMC, given that signature' );
38        is( $pmc->get_string(), 5, 'string returned in the PMC should be true?' );
39}