How to use _make_rsync_compatible_globs method in autotest

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...56 appropriate scp command for encoding it. Remote paths must be57 pre-encoded. """58 command = "scp -rpq -P %d %s '%s'"59 return command % (self.port, " ".join(sources), dest)60 def _make_rsync_compatible_globs(self, path, is_local):61 """ Given an rsync-style path, returns a list of globbed paths62 that will hopefully provide equivalent behaviour for scp. Does not63 support the full range of rsync pattern matching behaviour, only that64 exposed in the get/send_file interface (trailing slashes).65 The is_local param is flag indicating if the paths should be66 interpreted as local or remote paths. """67 # non-trailing slash paths should just work68 if len(path) == 0 or path[-1] != "/":69 return [path]70 # make a function to test if a pattern matches any files71 if is_local:72 def glob_matches_files(path):73 return len(glob.glob(path)) > 074 else:75 def glob_matches_files(path):76 result ="ls \"%s\"" % utils.sh_escape(path),77 ignore_status=True)78 return result.exit_status == 079 # take a set of globs that cover all files, and see which are needed80 patterns = ["*", ".[!.]*"]81 patterns = [p for p in patterns if glob_matches_files(path + p)]82 # convert them into a set of paths suitable for the commandline83 path = utils.sh_escape(path)84 if is_local:85 return ["\"%s\"%s" % (path, pattern) for pattern in patterns]86 else:87 return ["\"%s\"" % (path + pattern) for pattern in patterns]88 def _make_rsync_compatible_source(self, source, is_local):89 """ Applies the same logic as _make_rsync_compatible_globs, but90 applies it to an entire list of sources, producing a new list of91 sources, properly quoted. """92 return sum((self._make_rsync_compatible_globs(path, is_local)93 for path in source), [])94 def _set_umask_perms(self, dest):95 """Given a destination file/dir (recursively) set the permissions on96 all the files and directories to the max allowed by running umask."""97 # now this looks strange but I haven't found a way in Python to _just_98 # get the umask, apparently the only option is to try to set it99 umask = os.umask(0)100 os.umask(umask)101 max_privs = 0777 & ~umask102 def set_file_privs(filename):103 file_stat = os.stat(filename)104 file_privs = max_privs105 # if the original file permissions do not have at least one106 # executable bit then do not set it anywhere...

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