How to use assert_config_change_dict method in autotest

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...73 (_, output) = commands.getstatusoutput(command)74 lines = output.split('\n')75 changes[file_paths[i]] = parse_unified_diff_output(lines)76 return changes77def assert_config_change_dict(actual_result, expected_result):78 """79 Calculates unexpected line changes.80 The arguments actual_result and expected_results are of81 the same data structure type: Dict[file_path] --> (adds, removes),82 where adds = [added_line, ...] and removes = [removed_line, ...].83 The return value has the following structure:84 Dict[file_path] --> (unexpected_adds,85 not_present_adds,86 unexpected_removes,87 not_present_removes)88 """89 change_diffs = {}90 for file_path, actual_changes in actual_result.items():91 expected_changes = expected_result[file_path]92 actual_adds = actual_changes[0]93 actual_removes = actual_changes[1]94 expected_adds = expected_changes[0]95 expected_removes = expected_changes[1]96 # Additional unexpected adds -- they should have been not added97 unexpected_adds = sorted(set(actual_adds) - set(expected_adds))98 # Not present expected adds -- they should have been added99 not_present_adds = sorted(set(expected_adds) - set(actual_adds))100 # Additional unexpected removes - they should have been not removed101 unexpected_removes = sorted(set(actual_removes) - set(expected_removes))102 # Not present expected removes - they should have been removed103 not_present_removes = sorted(set(expected_removes) -104 set(actual_removes))105 change_diffs[file_path] = (unexpected_adds, not_present_adds,106 unexpected_removes, not_present_removes)107 return change_diffs108def assert_config_change(actual_result, expected_result):109 """110 Wrapper of the upper method returning boolean true if no config changes111 were detected.112 """113 change_diffs = assert_config_change_dict(actual_result, expected_result)114 for file_change in change_diffs.values():115 for line_change in file_change:116 if len(line_change) != 0:117 return False118 return True119def print_change_diffs(change_diffs):120 """121 Pretty prints the output of the evaluate_config_changes function122 """123 diff_strings = []124 for file_path, change_diff in change_diffs.items():125 if not (change_diff[0] or change_diff[1] or126 change_diff[2] or change_diff[3]):127 continue...

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