How to use find_executable method in autotest

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...34 exe = os.path.join(tmpdir, 'foo.bat')35 self.write_file(exe, 'exit 0')36 os.chmod(exe, 0o777)37 spawn([exe]) # should work without any error38 def test_find_executable(self):39 with test_support.temp_dir() as tmp_dir:40 # use TESTFN to get a pseudo-unique filename41 program_noeext = test_support.TESTFN42 # Give the temporary program an ".exe" suffix for all.43 # It's needed on Windows and not harmful on other platforms.44 program = program_noeext + ".exe"45 filename = os.path.join(tmp_dir, program)46 with open(filename, "wb"):47 pass48 os.chmod(filename, stat.S_IXUSR)49 # test path parameter50 rv = find_executable(program, path=tmp_dir)51 self.assertEqual(rv, filename)52 if sys.platform == 'win32':53 # test without ".exe" extension54 rv = find_executable(program_noeext, path=tmp_dir)55 self.assertEqual(rv, filename)56 # test find in the current directory57 with test_support.change_cwd(tmp_dir):58 rv = find_executable(program)59 self.assertEqual(rv, program)60 # test non-existent program61 dont_exist_program = "dontexist_" + program62 rv = find_executable(dont_exist_program , path=tmp_dir)63 self.assertIsNone(rv)64 # PATH='': no match, except in the current directory65 with test_support.EnvironmentVarGuard() as env:66 env['PATH'] = ''67 with unittest.mock.patch('distutils.spawn.os.confstr',68 return_value=tmp_dir, create=True), \69 unittest.mock.patch('distutils.spawn.os.defpath',70 tmp_dir):71 rv = find_executable(program)72 self.assertIsNone(rv)73 # look in current directory74 with test_support.change_cwd(tmp_dir):75 rv = find_executable(program)76 self.assertEqual(rv, program)77 # PATH=':': explicitly looks in the current directory78 with test_support.EnvironmentVarGuard() as env:79 env['PATH'] = os.pathsep80 with unittest.mock.patch('distutils.spawn.os.confstr',81 return_value='', create=True), \82 unittest.mock.patch('distutils.spawn.os.defpath', ''):83 rv = find_executable(program)84 self.assertIsNone(rv)85 # look in current directory86 with test_support.change_cwd(tmp_dir):87 rv = find_executable(program)88 self.assertEqual(rv, program)89 # missing PATH: test os.confstr("CS_PATH") and os.defpath90 with test_support.EnvironmentVarGuard() as env:91 env.pop('PATH', None)92 # without confstr93 with unittest.mock.patch('distutils.spawn.os.confstr',94 side_effect=ValueError,95 create=True), \96 unittest.mock.patch('distutils.spawn.os.defpath',97 tmp_dir):98 rv = find_executable(program)99 self.assertEqual(rv, filename)100 # with confstr101 with unittest.mock.patch('distutils.spawn.os.confstr',102 return_value=tmp_dir, create=True), \103 unittest.mock.patch('distutils.spawn.os.defpath', ''):104 rv = find_executable(program)105 self.assertEqual(rv, filename)106 def test_spawn_missing_exe(self):107 with self.assertRaises(DistutilsExecError) as ctx:108 spawn(['does-not-exist'])109 self.assertIn("command 'does-not-exist' failed", str(ctx.exception))110def test_suite():111 return unittest.makeSuite(SpawnTestCase)112if __name__ == "__main__":...

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