How to use get_section_values method in autotest

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...61 62 def has_subsection(self, key):63 return bool(self.get_subsection_names(key))64 65 def get_section_values(self, key):66 """Returns the data for the given section.67 68 The section `key` can consist of a path like `section:subsection`.69 In that case, the returned dict will be a merge of `[section]`70 and `[section:subsection]` values.71 72 Example :73 74 >>> parser = IniParser(raw_data = \"\"\"\\75 ... [section]76 ... value1 = 177 ... value2 = 278 ... [section:subsection]79 ... value2 = 2280 ... value3 = 381 ... \"\"\")82 >>> section = parser.get_section_values('section:subsection')83 >>> section == {'value1': '1', 'value2': '22', 'value3': '3'}84 True85 86 :param string key: the ini-file section name87 """88 89 parser = self.parser90 section, subsection = parse_full_section_name(key)91 section_dict = self._get_section_dict(parser, section)92 subsection_dict = self._get_section_dict(parser, key)93 if subsection_dict is None:94 raise MissingSection('%s:%s' % (section, subsection))95 values = {}96 if section_dict is not None:97 values.update(section_dict)98 values.update(subsection_dict)99 return values100 101 def _get_section_dict(self, parser, section):102 if section is None or not parser.has_section(section):103 return None104 return dict((option, parser.get(section, option)) for option in parser.options(section))105class ParserAccess(object):106 """Mixin for class wanting to play with an ini file parser"""107 _dict = dict108 109 def get_subsection_values(self, basename):110 keys = self.get_subsection_names(basename)111 return dict((key.split(PATH_SEPARATOR)[1], self.get_section_values(key)) for key in keys)112class ConfigSection(ParserAccess):113 """Represents an ini file section."""114 __metaclass__ = DeclarativeOptionMetaclass115 section = None116 required = True117 allow_extra_options = True118 ignore_extra_options = False119 120 def __init__(self, parser, subsection=None):121 self.subsection = subsection122 if subsection is not None:123 = '%s:%s' % (self.section, self.subsection)124 else:125 = self.section126 self.parser = parser127 self._values = None128 def __getitem__(self, key):129 return self.values[key]130 @property131 def values(self):132 if self._values is None:133 self._values = self._get_values()134 return self._values135 def _get_values(self):136 values = self.get_defaults()137 try:138 raw_values = self.parser.get_section_values( except MissingSection:140 if self.required:141 raise142 return values143 values.update(self.clean_values(raw_values))144 return values145 146 def get_defaults(self):147# return self._dict((, option.default) for option in self._options.itervalues())148 return self._dict((k, option.default) for (k, option) in self._options.items())149 150 def clean_values(self, raw_values):151 values = self._dict()152 raw_values = copy(raw_values)...

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1import configparser2import os3class EnvVariables:4 @staticmethod5 def get_section_values(sections):6 valid_path = ""7 cf = configparser.SafeConfigParser()8 env_variables = {}10 for section in sections:11 for key in cf.options(section):12 val = cf.get(section, key, vars=os.environ) # use it here13 # print('### [{}] -> {}: {!r}'.format(section, key, val))14 env_variables[key.upper()] = val15 return env_variables16class Headers:17 content_headers = {18 "Content-type": "application/json",19 "Accept": "application/json",20 }21 content_headers_abbyy = {22 "Content-type": "application/json",23 "Accept": "application/json",24 }25class Endpoint:26 sections = ["APIS"]27 env_variables = EnvVariables.get_section_values(sections)28 abbyy_api = env_variables.get("ABBYY_API")29class Auth:30 auth_sections = ["AUTH"]31 auth_variables = EnvVariables.get_section_values(auth_sections)32 abbyy_appid = auth_variables.get("ABBYY_APPID")...

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