How to use version_limit method in autotest

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...35 for n in range(0, len(bits), 2):36 if len(bits[n]) == 1:37 bits[n] = '0' + bits[n]38 return ''.join(bits)39def version_limit(version, n):40 bits = encode_sep.split(version)41 return ''.join(bits[0:n])42def version_len(version):43 return len(encode_sep.split(version))44#45# Given a list of versions find the nearest version which is deemed46# less than or equal to the target. Versions are in linux order47# as follows:48#49# 2.6.0 -> 2.6.1 -> 2.6.2-rc1 -> 2.6.2-rc2 -> 2.6.2 -> 2.6.3-rc150# | |\51# | | 2.6.2-rc1-mm1 -> 2.6.2-rc1-mm252# | \53# | 2.6.2-rc1-ac1 -> 2.6.2-rc1-ac254# \55# 2.6.1-mm1 -> 2.6.1-mm256#57# Note that a 2.6.1-mm1 is not a predecessor of 2.6.2-rc1-mm1.58#59def version_choose_config(version, candidates):60 # Check if we have an exact match ... if so magic61 if version in candidates:62 return version63 # Sort the search key into the list ordered by 'age'64 deco = [ (version_encode(v), i, v) for i, v in65 enumerate(candidates + [ version ]) ]66 deco.sort()67 versions = [ v for _, _, v in deco ]68 # Everything sorted below us is of interst.69 for n in range(len(versions) - 1, -1, -1):70 if versions[n] == version:71 break72 n -= 173 # Try ever shorter 'prefixes' 2.6.20-rc3-mm, 2.6.20-rc, 2.6. etc74 # to match against the ordered list newest to oldest.75 length = version_len(version) - 176 version = version_limit(version, length)77 while length > 1:78 for o in range(n, -1, -1):79 if version_len(versions[o]) == (length + 1) and \80 version_limit(versions[o], length) == version:81 return versions[o]82 length -= 283 version = version_limit(version, length)84 return None85def is_released_kernel(version):86 # True if version name suggests a released kernel,87 # not some release candidate or experimental kernel name88 # e.g. 2.6.18-smp-200.0 includes no other text, underscores, etc89 version = version.strip('01234567890.-')90 return version in ['', 'smp', 'smpx', 'pae']91def is_release_candidate(version):92 # True if version names a released kernel or release candidate,93 # not some experimental name containing arbitrary text94 # e.g. 2.6.18-smp-220.0_rc3 but not 2.6.18_patched95 version = re.sub(r'[_-]rc\d+', '', version)...

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