How to use tee_line method in autotest

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...285 str[i] = " "286 if split:287 return "|".join(str[ignore_col:])288 return "|".join(str)289 def tee_line(content, file, n=None):290 fd = open(file, "a")291 print content292 str = ""293 str += "<TR ALIGN=CENTER>"294 content = content.split("|")295 for i in range(len(content)):296 if n and i >= 2 and i < ignore_col + 2:297 str += "<TD ROWSPAN=%d WIDTH=1%% >%s</TD>" % (n, content[i])298 else:299 str += "<TD WIDTH=1%% >%s</TD>" % content[i]300 str += "</TR>"301 fd.write(str + "\n")302 fd.close()303 for l in range(len(lists[0])):304 if not re.findall("[a-zA-Z]", lists[0][l]):305 break306 tee("<TABLE BORDER=1 CELLSPACING=1 CELLPADDING=1 width=10%><TBODY>",307 f)308 tee("<h3>== %s " % sum + "==</h3>", f)309 category = 0310 for i in range(len(lists[0])):311 for n in range(len(lists)):312 is_diff = False313 for j in range(len(lists)):314 if lists[0][i] != lists[j][i]:315 is_diff = True316 if len(lists) == 1 and not re.findall("[a-zA-Z]", lists[j][i]):317 is_diff = True318 pfix = prefix1[0]319 if len(prefix1) != 1:320 pfix = prefix1[n]321 if is_diff:322 if n == 0:323 tee_line(pfix + lists[n][i], f, n=len(lists) + len(rates))324 else:325 tee_line(pfix + str_ignore(lists[n][i], True), f)326 if not is_diff and n == 0:327 if '|' in lists[n][i]:328 tee_line(prefix0 + lists[n][i], f)329 elif "Category:" in lists[n][i]:330 if category != 0 and prefix3:331 if len(allpvalues[category - 1]) > 0:332 tee_line(prefix3 + str_ignore(333 allpvalues[category - 1][0]), f)334 tee("</TBODY></TABLE>", f)335 tee("<br>", f)336 tee("<TABLE BORDER=1 CELLSPACING=1 CELLPADDING=1 "337 "width=10%><TBODY>", f)338 category += 1339 tee("<TH colspan=3 >%s</TH>" % lists[n][i], f)340 else:341 tee("<TH colspan=3 >%s</TH>" % lists[n][i], f)342 for n in range(len(rates)):343 if lists[0][i] != rates[n][i] and not re.findall("[a-zA-Z]",344 rates[n][i]):345 tee_line(prefix2[n] + str_ignore(rates[n][i], True), f)346 if prefix3 and len(allpvalues[-1]) > 0:347 tee_line(prefix3 + str_ignore(allpvalues[category - 1][0]), f)348 tee("</TBODY></TABLE>", f)349def analyze(test, type, arg1, arg2, configfile):350 """ Compute averages/p-vales of two samples, print results nicely """351 config = ConfigParser.ConfigParser()352 ignore_col = int(config.get(test, "ignore_col"))354 avg_update = config.get(test, "avg_update")355 desc = config.get(test, "desc")356 def get_list(dir):357 result_file_pattern = config.get(test, "result_file_pattern")358 cmd = 'find %s|grep "%s.*/%s"' % (dir, test, result_file_pattern)359 print cmd360 return commands.getoutput(cmd)361 if type == 'file':...

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1#-*- coding: utf-8 -*-2from __future__ import print_function3import itertools as it, operator as op, functools as ft4from collections import Iterable5import os, sys, types, re6from sphinx.ext.autodoc import Documenter7_autodoc_add_line = Documenter.add_line8@ft.wraps(_autodoc_add_line)9def autodoc_add_line(self, line, *argz, **kwz):10 tee = if tee:12 tee_line = self.indent + line13 if isinstance(tee, file): tee.write(tee_line + '\n')14 elif tee is True: print(tee_line)15 else:16 raise ValueError('Unrecognized value for "autodoc_dump_rst" option: {!r}'.format(tee))17 return _autodoc_add_line(self, line, *argz, **kwz)18Documenter.add_line = autodoc_add_line19def process_docstring(app, what, name, obj, options, lines):20 if not lines: return21 i, ld = 0, dict(enumerate(lines)) # to allow arbitrary peeks22 i_max = max(ld)23 def process_line(i):24 line, i_next = ld[i], i + 125 while i_next not in ld and i_next <= i_max: i_next += 126 line_next = ld.get(i_next)27 if line_next and line_next[0] in u' \t': # tabbed continuation of the sentence28 ld[i] = u'{} {}'.format(line, line_next.strip())29 del ld[i_next]30 process_line(i)31 elif line.endswith(u'.') or (line_next and line_next[0].isupper()): ld[i + 0.5] = u''32 for i in xrange(i_max + 1):33 if i not in ld: continue # was removed34 process_line(i)35 # Overwrite the list items inplace, extending the list if necessary36 for i, (k, line) in enumerate(sorted(ld.viewitems())):37 try: lines[i] = line38 except IndexError: lines.append(line)39 for i in xrange(max(0, i_max- i)): lines.pop() # trim the leftovers, if any40def skip_override(app, what, name, obj, skip, options):41 if options.get('exclude-members'):42 include_only = set(re.compile(k[3:])43 for k in options['exclude-members'] if k.startswith('rx:'))44 if include_only:45 for pat in include_only:46 if break47 else: return True48 if what == 'exception':49 return False if name == '__init__' \50 and isinstance(obj, types.UnboundMethodType) else True51 elif what == 'class':52 if ( name in ['__init__', '__call__'] \53 and isinstance(obj, types.UnboundMethodType) )\54 or getattr(obj, 'im_class', None) is type: return False55 return skip56def setup(app):57 app.connect('autodoc-process-docstring', process_docstring)58 app.connect('autodoc-skip-member', skip_override)...

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