How to use _verify_path method in autotest

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...21class Django(func_module.FuncModule):22 version = "0.0.1"23 api_version = "0.0.1"24 description = "Django control module."25 def _verify_path(self, project_path):26 """27 Verifies the project path exists and is readable.28 project_path is the path to the Django project.29 """30 # Verify path exists31 if not os.access(project_path, os.F_OK):32 raise exceptions.OSError(33 "Path %s doesn't exist." % project_path)34 # .. and that we can read it35 if not os.access(project_path, os.R_OK):36 raise exceptions.OSError(37 "Path %s is not readable." % project_path)38 return True39 def _get_settings(self, project_path):40 """41 Gets the settings object.42 project_path is the path to the Django project.43 """44 self._verify_path(project_path)45 # Append the settings to the path46 sys.path.append(project_path)47 import settings48 del sys.path[-1]49 return settings50 def settings(self, project_path):51 """52 Simple gets the settings for a specific application.53 project_path is the path to the Django project.54 """55 self._verify_path(project_path)56 settings = self._get_settings(project_path)57 items = {}58 # for each item in settings attempt to append the setting to items59 for item in dir(settings):60 # ... assuming it isn't _*61 if item[1] != '_':62 setting = getattr(settings, item)63 # See if we can directly append64 if type(setting) in [types.TupleType,65 types.StringType,66 types.DictType,67 types.ListType]:68 items[item] = setting69 else:70 # Else force it to a string71 items[item] = str(setting)72 # Remove the settings from the path73 return items74 def setting(self, project_path, a_setting):75 """76 Returns a single setting.77 project_path is the path to the Django project.78 """79 items = self.settings(project_path)80 return items[a_setting]81 def manage(self, project_path, command):82 """83 Executes adding the path and settings84 variables for a command.85 project_path is the path to the Django project.86 command is the command to run.87 """88 self._verify_path(project_path)89 settings = self._get_settings(project_path)90 command = " %s --pythonpath=%s --settings=settings" % (91 command, project_path)92 cmdref = sub_process.Popen(command.split(), stdout=sub_process.PIPE,93 stderr=sub_process.PIPE, shell=False,94 close_fds=True)95 data = cmdref.communicate()96 return (cmdref.returncode, data[0], data[1])97 def environment(self, project_path):98 """99 Gets the environment information that the project is running on.100 project_path is the path to the Django project.101 """102 self._verify_path(project_path)103 import platform104 from django import get_version105 return {'django_version': get_version(),106 'uname': platform.uname(),107 'dist': platform.dist(),...

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