How to use _encode_args method in autotest

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...28 self.remote = "suse-remote"29 def _load(self, prefix, ids):30 name = f"{prefix}_{ids}.xml"31 return load_fixture(name)32 def _encode_args(self, *args):33 if args:34 return repr(args)35 return "None"36 def overwrite(self, *args, **kwargs):37 url = args[0]38 args = args[1:]39 if url in self.overrides:40 # The first arg is the endpoint.41 enc = self._encode_args(*args)42 if enc in self.overrides[url]:43 return self.overrides[url][enc]()44 return None45 def get(self, *args, **kwargs):46 """Replacement for HTTP-get requests.47 Will first check if the requested URL is registered as an override.48 If so the override-data will be returned, otherwise the URL will49 be mapped to the filesystem storage for test-fixtures.50 """51 overwrite = self.overwrite(*args, **kwargs)52 if overwrite:53 logging.debug("MOCK::Overwrite: {0}".format(overwrite))54 return overwrite55 url = args[0]56 args = args[1:]57 logging.debug("MOCK::URL: {0}".format(url))58 try:59 cls, identifier = url.split("/", 1)60 except ValueError:61 if url == "group":62 cls = "group"63 identifier = args[0]["login"]64 else:65 raise66 return self._load(cls, identifier)67 def delete(self, *args, **kwargs):68 called = "Call-Args: %s. Call-Kwargs: %s" % (args, kwargs)69 self.delete_calls.append(called)70 def post(self, *args, **kwargs):71 called = "Call-Args: %s. Call-Kwargs: %s" % (args, kwargs)72 overwrite = self.overwrite(*args, **kwargs)73 if overwrite:74 return overwrite75 self.post_calls.append(called)76 def register_url(self, url, callback, *args):77 """Allow specifying a override for a given relative url.78 :param url: Url that should trigger a callback.79 :type url: str80 :param callback: Function to call when the url is hit.81 :type callback: () -> Either(str | Exception)82 :param *args: Additional arguments that might be passed to in the body83 of the request.84 """85 enc = self._encode_args(*args)...

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1import six2def _encode_args(*args, **kwargs):3 argv = []4 def encode_string(value):5 if isinstance(value, six.string_types + six.integer_types):6 return unicode(value).encode('utf-8')7 else:8 TypeError("Do not know how to interpret type {} as a command-line argument: {}"9 .format(type(value), value))10 for arg in args:11 argv.append(unicode(arg).encode('utf-8'))12 for key, value in kwargs.items():13 if value is False or value is None:14 continue15 elif value is True:16 argv.append('--{}'.format(key))17 else:18 argv.extend(['--{}'.format(key), encode_string(value)])19 return argv20def commcare_cloud(*args, **kwargs):21 from .cli_utils import print_command22 from .commcare_cloud import call_commcare_cloud23 argv = _encode_args('commcare-cloud', *args, **kwargs)24 print_command(argv)...

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