How to use _preprocess_path_dummy method in autotest

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...666 return rpm_kernel_suse(job, rpm_package, subdir)667 else:668 return rpm_kernel(job, rpm_package, subdir)669# just make the preprocessor a nop670def _preprocess_path_dummy(path):671 return path.strip()672# pull in some optional site-specific path pre-processing673preprocess_path = utils.import_site_function(__file__,674 "autotest_lib.client.bin.site_kernel", "preprocess_path",675 _preprocess_path_dummy)676def auto_kernel(job, path, subdir, tmp_dir, build_dir, leave=False):677 """678 Create a kernel object, dynamically selecting the appropriate class to use679 based on the path provided.680 """681 kernel_paths = [preprocess_path(path)]682 if kernel_paths[0].endswith('.list'):683 # Fetch the list of packages to install684 kernel_list = os.path.join(tmp_dir, 'kernel.list')...

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