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# REQUIRES: x86-registered-target
# Mock 'compile_commands.json' to contain a driver name targeting fuchsia OS.
# Afterwards check that correct target is passed into clang.
# RUN: rm -rf %t.dir && mkdir -p %t.dir
# RUN: echo '[{"directory": "%/t.dir", "command": "%/t.dir/x86_64-fuchsia-clang -x c++ the-file.cpp -v", "file": "the-file.cpp"}]' > %t.dir/compile_commands.json
# RUN: sed -e "s|INPUT_DIR|%/t.dir|g" %s > %t.test.1
# On Windows, we need the URI in didOpen to look like "uri":"file:///C:/..."
# (with the extra slash in the front), so we add it here.
# RUN: sed -E -e "s|file://([A-Z]):/|file:///\1:/|g" %t.test.1 > %t.test
# RUN: clangd -lit-test < %t.test 2>&1 | FileCheck -strict-whitespace %t.test
"params": {
"textDocument": {
"uri": "file://INPUT_DIR/the-file.cpp",
# Make sure we have target passed into cc1 driver, which is printed due to -v in
# the compile_commands.json
# CHECK: Target: x86_64-unknown-fuchsia