How to use _log_calls method in avocado

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1from inspect import getframeinfo, stack2from glearn.utils.printing import colorize3def log(message, color=None, bold=False, highlight=False):4 if color is not None:5 message = colorize(message, color, bold=bold, highlight=highlight)6 print(message)7def log_warning(message, once=False):8 if once and _log_call(message):9 return10 log(message, color="yellow")11def log_error(message, once=False):12 if once and _log_call(message):13 return14 log(message, color="red", bold=True)15class Loggable(object):16 @property17 def debugging(self):18 return False19 def debug(self, message, color=None, bold=False, highlight=False):20 if self.debugging:21 log(message, color=color, bold=bold, highlight=highlight)22 def log(self, message, color=None, bold=False, highlight=False):23 log(message, color=color, bold=bold, highlight=highlight)24 def warning(self, message, once=False):25 if once and _log_call(message):26 return27 log_warning(message)28 def error(self, message, once=False):29 if once and _log_call(message):30 return31 log_error(message)32_log_calls = {}33def _log_call(message):34 # log callstack35 caller = getframeinfo(stack()[2][0])36 key = f"{caller.filename}:{caller.lineno}"37 if _log_calls.get(key, None) == message:38 return True39 _log_calls[key] = message...

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1import asyncio2from typing import Optional3from unittest.mock import patch, MagicMock, AsyncMock4class CLIMockingAssistant:5 def __init__(self):6 self._prompt_patch = patch(7 "hummingbot.client.ui.hummingbot_cli.HummingbotCLI.prompt"8 )9 self._prompt_mock: Optional[AsyncMock] = None10 self._prompt_replies = asyncio.Queue()11 self._log_patch = patch(12 "hummingbot.client.ui.hummingbot_cli.HummingbotCLI.log"13 )14 self._log_mock: Optional[MagicMock] = None15 self._log_calls = []16 self.ev_loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()17 def start(self):18 self._prompt_mock = self._prompt_patch.start()19 self._prompt_mock.side_effect = self._get_next_prompt_reply20 self._log_mock = self._log_patch.start()21 self._log_mock.side_effect = self._register_log_call22 def stop(self):23 self._prompt_patch.stop()24 self._log_patch.stop()25 def queue_prompt_reply(self, msg: str):26 self._prompt_replies.put_nowait(msg)27 def check_log_called_with(self, msg: str) -> bool:28 called_with = msg in self._log_calls29 return called_with30 async def _get_next_prompt_reply(self, prompt: str, is_password: bool = False):31 msg = await self._prompt_replies.get()32 return msg33 def _register_log_call(self, text: str, save_log: bool = True):...

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