How to use get_deps_dir method in autotest

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1import os2from SCons.Script import Environment3def get_android_api(env):4 return env["android_api_level"] if int(env["android_api_level"]) > 28 else "28"5def get_deps_dir(env):6 return env.Dir("#deps").abspath7def get_deps_build_dir(env):8 return get_deps_dir(env) + "/build/build{}.{}.dir".format(env["suffix"], "RelWithDebInfo" if env["debug_symbols"] else "Release")9def get_rtc_source_dir(env):10 return get_deps_dir(env) + "/libdatachannel"11def get_rtc_build_dir(env):12 return get_deps_build_dir(env) + "/libdatachannel"13def get_rtc_include_dir(env):14 return get_rtc_source_dir(env) + "/include"15def get_ssl_source_dir(env):16 return get_deps_dir(env) + "/openssl"17def get_ssl_build_dir(env):18 return get_deps_build_dir(env) + "/openssl"19def get_ssl_install_dir(env):20 return get_ssl_build_dir(env) + "/dest"21def get_ssl_include_dir(env):22 return get_ssl_install_dir(env) + "/include"23def ssl_emitter(target, source, env):24 build_dir = get_ssl_build_dir(env)25 libs = ["libssl.a", "libcrypto.a"]26 install_dir = get_ssl_install_dir(env)27 ssl_include = os.path.join(source[0].abspath, "include")28 return [env.File(build_dir + "/" + l) for l in libs], source29def ssl_action(target, source, env):30 build_dir = get_ssl_build_dir(env)...

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...69 if tag:70 return 'hg up -r "%s"' % tag71 else:72 return 'hg up'73def get_deps_dir(dependencies):74 deps_dir = dependencies.get('location')75 if not os.path.isabs(deps_dir):76 deps_dir = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(CURDIR, deps_dir))77 if not os.path.exists(deps_dir):78 os.mkdir(deps_dir)79 return deps_dir80def pull_app(package, dependencies):81 type, repo, branch, tag = dependencies.get('project')82 name = os.path.basename(repo).split('.')[0]83 update_cmd = _update_cmd("", type)84 print "updating %s with: %s" % (name, update_cmd)85 _run(update_cmd)86def pull_deps(dependencies):87 """Will make sure dependencies are up-to-date"""88 location = os.getcwd()89 # do we want the latest tags ?90 try:91 deps_dir = get_deps_dir(dependencies)92 for project in dependencies.get('projects', []):93 type, repo, branch, tag = project94 name = os.path.basename(repo).split('.')[0]95 target = os.path.join(deps_dir, name)96 if not os.path.exists(target):97 print "cloning ", name98 if type == 'git':99 _run('git clone %s %s' % (repo, target))100 else:101 _run('hg clone %s %s' % (repo, target))102 os.chdir(target)103 if type == 'git' and branch:104 print "checkout branch %s for %s" % (branch, name)105 _run('git checkout %s' % branch)106 update_cmd = _update_cmd(tag, type)107 print "updating %s with: %s" % (name, update_cmd)108 _run(update_cmd)109 finally:110 os.chdir(location)111def get_package(package):112 return json.load(open(package))113def get_dependencies(dependencies):114 return json.load(open(dependencies))115def pull_release(options, package, dependencies):116 project = dependencies.get('project', [])117 project[3] = options.reltag118 pull_app(package, dependencies)119 # update dependencies now120 dependencies = get_dependencies(options.dependencies)121 pull_deps(dependencies)122def tag_release(package, dependencies):123 rel_tag = "v%(version)s" % package124 if verify_tag(rel_tag):125 raise Exception("repository already tagged for release")126 location = os.getcwd()127 # get the current revision and branch we're working with, update128 # dependencies.json, then tag the repository we're in129 import copy130 old_deps = copy.copy(dependencies)131 try:132 deps_dir = get_deps_dir(dependencies)133 for project in dependencies.get('projects', []):134 type, repo, branch, tag = project135 name = os.path.basename(repo).split('.')[0]136 target = os.path.join(deps_dir, name)137 os.chdir(target)138 # tag the repo139 if type == 'git':140 # lightweight tags for dependency repos141 p = os.popen("git log --pretty=format:'%h' -n 1")142 project[3] = else:144 raise Exception("tagging not implemented for ", type)145 print "tagging %s with %s" % (name, project[3])146 print dependencies...

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