How to use InlineStringIO method in autotest

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...7import textwrap8import time9import unittest10import monitors_util11def InlineStringIO(text):12 return StringIO.StringIO(textwrap.dedent(text).strip())13class WriteLoglineTestCase(unittest.TestCase):14 def setUp(self):15 self.time_tuple = (2008, 10, 31, 18, 58, 17, 4, 305, 1)16 self.format = '[%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S]'17 self.formatted_time_tuple = '[2008-10-31 18:58:17]'18 self.msg = 'testing testing'19 # Stub out time.localtime()20 self.orig_localtime = time.localtime21 time.localtime = lambda: self.time_tuple22 def tearDown(self):23 time.localtime = self.orig_localtime24 def test_prepend_timestamp(self):25 timestamped = monitors_util.prepend_timestamp(26 self.msg, self.format)27 self.assertEquals(28 '%s\t%s' % (self.formatted_time_tuple, self.msg), timestamped)29 def test_write_logline_with_timestamp(self):30 logfile = StringIO.StringIO()31 monitors_util.write_logline(logfile, self.msg, self.format)32 written = self.assertEquals(35 '%s\t%s\n' % (self.formatted_time_tuple, self.msg), written)36 def test_write_logline_without_timestamp(self):37 logfile = StringIO.StringIO()38 monitors_util.write_logline(logfile, self.msg)39 written = self.assertEquals(42 '%s\n' % self.msg, written)43class AlertHooksTestCase(unittest.TestCase):44 def setUp(self):45 self.msg_template = 'alert yay %s haha %s'46 self.params = ('foo', 'bar')47 self.epoch_seconds = 1225501829.930061148 # Stub out time.time49 self.orig_time = time.time50 time.time = lambda: self.epoch_seconds51 def tearDown(self):52 time.time = self.orig_time53 def test_make_alert(self):54 warnfile = StringIO.StringIO()55 alert = monitors_util.make_alert(warnfile, "MSGTYPE",56 self.msg_template)57 alert(*self.params)58 written = ts = str(int(self.epoch_seconds))61 expected = '%s\tMSGTYPE\t%s\n' % (ts, self.msg_template % self.params)62 self.assertEquals(expected, written)63 def test_build_alert_hooks(self):64 warnfile = StringIO.StringIO()65 patterns_file = InlineStringIO("""66 BUG67 ^.*Kernel panic ?(.*)68 machine panic'd (%s)69 BUG70 ^.*Oops ?(.*)71 machine Oops'd (%s)72 """)73 hooks = monitors_util.build_alert_hooks(patterns_file, warnfile)74 self.assertEquals(len(hooks), 2)75class ProcessInputTestCase(unittest.TestCase):76 def test_process_input_simple(self):77 input = InlineStringIO("""78 woo yay79 this is a line80 booya81 """)82 logfile = StringIO.StringIO()83 monitors_util.process_input(input, logfile)84 self.assertEquals(87 '%s\n%s\n' % (, monitors_util.TERM_MSG),88 FollowFilesTestCase(unittest.TestCase):90 def setUp(self):91 self.logfile_dirpath = tempfile.mkdtemp()...

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