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## This test shows that the name of the file is printed under the right
## circumstances and with the correct formatting for object inputs.

# RUN: yaml2obj %s -o %t1
# RUN: cp %t1 %t2

## Show that the file name is not printed for a single input for GNU output.
# RUN: llvm-readelf --file-headers %t1 \
# RUN:   | FileCheck %s --implicit-check-not=File: --check-prefix=GNU-SINGLE

## Show that the very first line of the output is the one with "ELF Header" on.
# GNU-SINGLE:      {{^}}
# GNU-SINGLE-SAME: ELF Header:

## Show that the file names are printed for all inputs for GNU output.
# RUN: llvm-readelf --file-headers %t1 %t2 \
# RUN:   | FileCheck %s --check-prefixes=NAME1,GNU,NAME2 -DFILE1=%t1 -DFILE2=%t2

## Show that the file name is printed for a single input for LLVM output.
# RUN: llvm-readobj --file-headers %t1 | FileCheck %s --check-prefix=NAME1 -DFILE1=%t1

## Show that the file name is printed with correct spacing for multiple inputs
## with LLVM output.
# RUN: llvm-readobj --file-headers %t1 %t2 \
# RUN:   | FileCheck %s --check-prefixes=NAME1,LLVM,NAME2 -DFILE1=%t1 -DFILE2=%t2

## The very first line should be blank. CHECK-EMPTY isn't allowed on the first line.
# NAME1:      {{^$}}
# NAME1-NEXT: {{^}}File: [[FILE1]]{{$}}

# GNU:          Section header string table index:
# LLVM:         StringTableSectionIndex:
# LLVM-NEXT:  }
# NAME2-EMPTY:
# NAME2-NEXT: {{^}}File: [[FILE2]]{{$}}

--- !ELF
FileHeader:
  Class:    ELFCLASS64
  Data:     ELFDATA2LSB
  Type:     ET_REL
  Machine:  EM_X86_64