How to use touch_init method in autotest

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...3# Eric Li <>4import logging, os, pickle, re, sys5import common6from autotest_lib.client.bin import setup_job as client_setup_job7def touch_init(parent_dir, child_dir):8 """9 Touch file all alone through from dir_patent to child_dir.10 So client tests could be loaded as Python modules. Assume child_dir is a11 subdirectory of parent_dir.12 """13 if not child_dir.startswith(parent_dir):14 logging.error('%s is not a subdirectory of %s' % (child_dir,15 parent_dir))16 return17 sub_parent_dirs = parent_dir.split(os.path.sep)18 sub_child_dirs = child_dir.split(os.path.sep)19 for sub_dir in sub_child_dirs[len(sub_parent_dirs):]:20 sub_parent_dirs.append(sub_dir)21 path = os.path.sep.join(sub_parent_dirs)22 init_py = os.path.join(path, '')23 open(init_py, 'a').close()24def init_test(testdir):25 """26 Instantiate a client test object from a given test directory.27 @param testdir The test directory.28 @returns A test object or None if failed to instantiate.29 """30 class options:31 tag = ''32 verbose = None33 cont = False34 harness = 'autoserv'35 hostname = None36 user = None37 log = True38 return client_setup_job.init_test(options, testdir)39def setup(autotest_client_dir, client_test_dir):40 """41 Setup prebuild of a client test.42 @param autotest_client_dir: The autotest/client base directory.43 @param client_test_dir: The actual test directory under client.44 """45 os.environ['AUTODIR'] = autotest_client_dir46 touch_init(autotest_client_dir, client_test_dir)47 # instantiate a client_test instance.48 client_test = init_test(client_test_dir)...

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1import os2import shutil3D = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__))4directory = os.path.join(D, '../')5def touch_init(d):6 with open(os.path.join(d, ''), 'w') as fh:7 fh.write('\n')8def gen_module_examples():9 d0 = os.path.join(directory, 'image')10 if os.path.isdir(d0):11 shutil.rmtree(d0)12 os.makedirs(d0)13 touch_init(d0)14 d1 = os.path.join(d0, 'filetypes')15 os.makedirs(d1)16 touch_init(d1)17 for f in ('', '', ''):18 with open(os.path.join(d1, f), 'w') as fh:19 fh.write("""20def open_image(filename):21 print 'opening {0}'.format(filename)""")22 d2 = os.path.join(d0, 'manipulate')23 os.makedirs(d2)24 touch_init(d2)25 for f in ('', '', ''):26 fun = f.split('.')[0]27 with open(os.path.join(d2, f), 'w') as fh:28 fh.write("""29def {0}(filename):...

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