How to use _queue_entry_to_dict method in autotest

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...406 job_dict = None407 if special_task.queue_entry:408 job_dict = special_task.queue_entry.job.get_object_dict()409 return _common_entry_to_dict(special_task, special_task.task, job_dict)410def _queue_entry_to_dict(queue_entry):411 return _common_entry_to_dict(queue_entry, 'Job',412 queue_entry.job.get_object_dict())413def _compute_next_job_for_tasks(queue_entries, special_tasks):414 """415 For each task, try to figure out the next job that ran after that task.416 This is done using two pieces of information:417 * if the task has a queue entry, we can use that entry's job ID.418 * if the task has a time_started, we can try to compare that against the419 started_on field of queue_entries. this isn't guaranteed to work perfectly420 since queue_entries may also have null started_on values.421 * if the task has neither, or if use of time_started fails, just use the422 last computed job ID.423 """424 next_job_id = None # most recently computed next job425 hqe_index = 0 # index for scanning by started_on times426 for task in special_tasks:427 if task.queue_entry:428 next_job_id = task.queue_entry.job.id429 elif task.time_started is not None:430 for queue_entry in queue_entries[hqe_index:]:431 if queue_entry.started_on is None:432 continue433 if queue_entry.started_on < task.time_started:434 break435 next_job_id = queue_entry.job.id436 task.next_job_id = next_job_id437 # advance hqe_index to just after next_job_id438 if next_job_id is not None:439 for queue_entry in queue_entries[hqe_index:]:440 if < next_job_id:441 break442 hqe_index += 1443def interleave_entries(queue_entries, special_tasks):444 """445 Both lists should be ordered by descending ID.446 """447 _compute_next_job_for_tasks(queue_entries, special_tasks)448 # start with all special tasks that've run since the last job449 interleaved_entries = []450 for task in special_tasks:451 if task.next_job_id is not None:452 break453 interleaved_entries.append(_special_task_to_dict(task))454 # now interleave queue entries with the remaining special tasks455 special_task_index = len(interleaved_entries)456 for queue_entry in queue_entries:457 interleaved_entries.append(_queue_entry_to_dict(queue_entry))458 # add all tasks that ran between this job and the previous one459 for task in special_tasks[special_task_index:]:460 if task.next_job_id < break462 interleaved_entries.append(_special_task_to_dict(task))463 special_task_index += 1...

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