How to use _push_file method in autotest

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...120 gpl_txt]121 for fname in incorrect:122 help_text.append((' ' * 4) + fname)123'\n'.join(help_text))124 def _push_file(self, dict_, fname, line_no):125 if fname not in dict_:126 dict_[fname] = [line_no]127 else:128 dict_[fname].append(line_no)129 def _format_message(self, dict_, message):130 files = ["%s: %s" % (f, ', '.join([str(i + 1) for i in lines]))131 for f, lines in dict_.items()]132 files.sort()133 return message + '\n\n %s' % ('\n '.join(files))134 def _iter_source_files_lines(self):135 for fname, text in get_source_file_contents():136 lines = text.splitlines(True)137 last_line_no = len(lines) - 1138 for line_no, line in enumerate(lines):139 yield fname, line_no, line140 def test_no_tabs(self):141 """Check that there are no tabs in Python files."""142 tabs = {}143 for fname, line_no, line in self._iter_source_files_lines():144 if '\t' in line:145 self._push_file(tabs, fname, line_no)146 if tabs:147,148 'Tab characters were found in the following source files.'149 '\nThey should either be replaced by "\\t" or by spaces:'))150 def test_unix_newlines(self):151 """Check for unix new lines."""152 illegal_newlines = {}153 for fname, line_no, line in self._iter_source_files_lines():154 if not line.endswith('\n') or line.endswith('\r\n'):155 self._push_file(illegal_newlines, fname, line_no)156 if illegal_newlines:157,158 'Non-unix newlines were found in the following source files:'))159 def test_trailing_whitespace(self):160 """Check that there is not trailing whitespace in Python files."""161 trailing_whitespace = {}162 for fname, line_no, line in self._iter_source_files_lines():163 if line.rstrip("\n").endswith(" "):164 self._push_file(trailing_whitespace, fname, line_no)165 if trailing_whitespace:166,167 'Trailing whitespace was found in the following source files.'))168 def test_shebang_lines(self):169 """Check that files with shebang lines and only those are executable."""170 files_with_shebang = {}171 files_without_shebang= {}172 for fname, line_no, line in self._iter_source_files_lines():173 if line_no >= 1:174 continue175 executable = (os.stat(fname).st_mode & 0o111)176 has_shebang = line.startswith("#!")177 if has_shebang and not executable:178 self._push_file(files_with_shebang, fname, line_no)179 if not has_shebang and executable:180 self._push_file(files_without_shebang, fname, line_no)181 if files_with_shebang:182,183 'Files with shebang line that are not executable:'))184 if files_without_shebang:185,...

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