How to use get_display_info method in Airtest

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...12 def test_config(self):13 from xpra.x11.fakeXinerama import save_fakeXinerama_config, cleanup_fakeXinerama, log14 #silence warnings during tests:15 log.warn = log.debug16 def get_display_info(*monitors):17 #display_name, width, height, width_mm, height_mm, \18 #monitors, work_x, work_y, work_width, work_height = s[:11]19 return (20 "fake-display",21 1920, 1080, 400, 300,22 monitors, 0, 60, 1920, 1020,23 )24 monitor0 = ("plug0", 0, 0, 1920, 1080, 400, 300)25 monitor1 = ("plug1", 1920, 0, 1920, 1080, 300, 200)26 for ss in (27 get_display_info(),28 get_display_info((0, 0)),29 get_display_info(monitor0),30 get_display_info(monitor0, monitor1),31 (800, 600),32 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5),33 ):34 save_fakeXinerama_config(True, "", (ss, ))35 cleanup_fakeXinerama()36def main():37 #can only work with an X11 server38 if POSIX and not OSX:39 unittest.main()40if __name__ == '__main__':...

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...7# hscommon.util import format_size9from core import fs10from core.util import format_timestamp, format_perc, format_words, format_dupe_count11def get_display_info(dupe, group, delta):12 size = dupe.size13 mtime = dupe.mtime14 m = group.get_match_of(dupe)15 if m:16 percentage = m.percentage17 dupe_count = 018 if delta:19 r = group.ref20 size -= r.size21 mtime -= r.mtime22 else:23 percentage = group.percentage24 dupe_count = len(group.dupes)25 return {26 "name":,27 "folder_path": str(dupe.folder_path),28 "size": format_size(size, 0, 1, False),29 "extension": dupe.extension,30 "mtime": format_timestamp(mtime, delta and m),31 "percentage": format_perc(percentage),32 "words": format_words(dupe.words) if hasattr(dupe, "words") else "",33 "dupe_count": format_dupe_count(dupe_count),34 }35class File(fs.File):36 def get_display_info(self, group, delta):37 return get_display_info(self, group, delta)38class Folder(fs.Folder):39 def get_display_info(self, group, delta):...

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