How to use _namelist method in avocado

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1""" Data types useful for Internet programming. """2from libs.util import *3import logging4from socket import inet_ntoa, inet_aton5import struct6class InetAddr:7 """ Internet address type. """8 def __init__(self, s):9 """ Initialize from a user-supplied dotted quad string. """10 self._a = s11 def toNetwork(self):12 """ Convert to network data format (four packed binary bytes). """13 return inet_aton(self._a)14 def __str__(self):15 return self._a16 def __repr__(self):17 return "<InetAddr %s>" % (self._a,)18 def __hash__(self):19 """ Returns a hash of this object based on its string rep. """20 return hash(self._a)21 def __cmp__(self, other):22 return cmp(self._a, other._a)23 def __eq__(self, other):24 return self._a == other._a25 @staticmethod26 def fromNetwork(n):27 return InetAddr(inet_ntoa(n))28class DomainName:29 """ Representation of a DNS domain name. """30 def __init__(self, s = ""):31 """ Initialize from a user-supplied string (optionally empty). """32 self._namelist = s.lstrip(".").split(".") # XXX this is subtle33 @staticmethod34 def fromData(data, offset = 0):35 """ Return a DomainName object from user-supplied packed binary36 data, with an optional offset modifier. """37 dn = DomainName()38 dn._namelist = [ ]39 dn._length = 040 followedPointer = False41 while offset < len(data): # loop over label sequence42 (labellen,) = struct.unpack_from("B", data, offset)43 if not labellen:44 dn._namelist.append('')45 if not followedPointer:46 dn._length += 147 break48 elif (labellen >> 6) == 3:49 # this is a pointer label (see RFC 1035, Section 4.1.4)50 (pointer,) = struct.unpack_from(">H", data, offset)51 pointer &= 0x3FFF52 offset = pointer53 if not followedPointer:54 dn._length += 255 followedPointer = True56 else:57 # else, this is a normal label (see RFC 1035, Section 4.1.2)58 offset = offset + 159 (labeldata,) = struct.unpack_from("%ds" % (labellen,), data, offset)60 offset = offset + labellen61 if not followedPointer:62 dn._length += 1 + labellen63 dn._namelist.append(labeldata)64 return dn65 def parent(self):66 """ Return a DomainName object that represents the parent domain. """67 if self != DomainName("."):68 res = DomainName()69 res._namelist = self._namelist[1:]70 return res71 return None72 def __copy__(self):73 """ Return a copy of this DomainName object that loses any74 pointer information that may exist in this object's rep. """75 res = DomainName(str(self))76 return res77 def __len__(self):78 """ Returns the length of the RFC 1035-compliant binary79 representation, taking into account pointers. """80 if not hasattr(self, '_length'):81 l = 082 for name in self._namelist:83 l += len(name) + 184 return l85 return self._length86 def __str__(self):87 """ Returns a '.'-terminated string representation of this88 object. """89 self._namelist90 res = []91 for n in self._namelist:92 if type(n) == str:93 res.append(n.lower())94 else:95 res.append(n.decode('utf-8','backslashreplace').lower())96 # XXX subtle again, same reason97 return ".".join(res).rstrip(".") + "." 98 def __hash__(self):99 """ Returns a hash of this object based on its string rep. """100 return hash(str(self))101 def __cmp__(self, other):102 return cmp(str(self).lower(), str(other).lower())103 def __eq__(self, other):104 return str(self).lower() == str(other).lower()105 def __repr__(self):106 return str(self)107 def pack(self):108 """ Packs this object into RFC 1035-compliant data and returns the109 resulting binary-packed string. """110 l = []111 for name in self._namelist:112 l.append(struct.pack("B", len(name)).decode('unicode-escape'))113 if type(name) == str:114 l.append(name)115 else:116 l.append(name.decode('unicode-escape'))117 res = ("".join(l)).encode('ISO-8859-1')...

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1# ImageSetsに追加した画像分を書き込む2# ランダム抽出のプログラム適当に書くかなぁ3# trainval.txt=train.txt4# val.txt=test.txt5import glob6import random7import os8class SplitData:9 def __init__(self, _rootPath, _perTrain):10 self.rootPath = _rootPath11 self.xmlPath = f"{_rootPath}Annotations/"12 self.imagePath = f"{_rootPath}JPEGImages/"13 self.perTrain = _perTrain14 def GetFileName(self, _listPath):15 _nameList = []16 for path in _listPath:17 _imName = os.path.splitext(os.path.basename(path))[0]18 _nameList.append(_imName)19 return _nameList20 def JoinPath(self, _nameList, _basePath):21 _pathList = []22 for name in _nameList:23 _joinPath = f"{_basePath}{name}.jpg"24 # print(_joinPath)25 _pathList.append(_joinPath)26 return _pathList27 def SplitList(self, _list, _perTrain):28 # listを8:2に分割(train:test)29 MaxSize = len(_list)30 size = int(MaxSize*_perTrain)31 # print(MaxSize,size,len(_list))32 train = _list[:size]33 test = _list[size:]34 return train, test35 def WriteTxt(self, _dataList, _file):36 path = f"{self.rootPath}ImageSets/Main/{_file}"37 with open(path, 'wt') as f:38 for data in _dataList:39 f.write("%s\n" % data)40 def Main(self):41 # xmlフォルダリストの取得42 _xmlList = glob.glob(f"{self.xmlPath}*.xml")43 # xmlフォルダリストをランダムに並び替える44 random.shuffle(_xmlList)45 # xmlのnameのみ取得46 _nameList = self.GetFileName(_xmlList)47 # print(len(_nameList)) # 4192:正常48 # 同様のimgフォルダリストを作成(たぶんいらん)49 _imgList = self.JoinPath(_nameList, self.imagePath)50 # train : test = trainval : val = 9 : 1 でImageSetsにファイル名を追記51 train, test = self.SplitList(_nameList, self.perTrain)52 train.sort()53 test.sort()54 print(f"{len(train),len(test),len(train)+len(test)}")55 # txtに追記56 self.WriteTxt(train, "train.txt")57 self.WriteTxt(test, "test.txt")58 print("complete!!")59if __name__ == '__main__':60 # trainデータの割合61 perTrain = 0.962 perTest = 0.163 # ----------------------64 _rootPath = "H:/dataset/BearVer2_VOC/"65 a = SplitData(_rootPath, perTrain)...

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