How to use _save_to_default_file method in avocado

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...181 self.line_buffer = b""182 if not data.endswith(b"\n"):183 self.line_buffer = data_lines.pop()184 return data_lines185 def _save_to_default_file(self, message, task):186 """187 It will save message log into the default log file.188 The default log file is based on `DEFAULT_LOG_FILE` variable and every189 line of log will be saved with prefix based on `_tag` variable190 :param message: message from runner191 :type message: dict192 :param task: runtime_task which message is related to193 :type task: :class:`avocado.core.nrunner.Task`194 """195 if message.get("encoding"):196 data = message.get("log", b"").splitlines(True)197 else:198 data = self._split_complete_lines(message.get("log", b""))199 if data:200 data = self._tag + self._tag.join(data)201 self._save_message_to_file(202 DEFAULT_LOG_FILE, data, task, message.get("encoding")203 )204 @staticmethod205 def _message_to_line(message, encoding):206 """207 Converts the message to string.208 When the message doesn't end with a new line, the new line is added.209 :param message: message for decoding210 :type message: bytes211 :param encoding: encoding of the message212 :type encoding: str213 :return: encoded message with new line character214 :rtype: str215 """216 message = message.decode(encoding)217 if not message.endswith("\n"):218 message = f"{message}\n"219 return message220 @staticmethod221 def _save_message_to_file(filename, buff, task, encoding=None):222 """223 Method for saving messages into the file224 It can decode and save messages.The message will be decoded when225 encoding is not None. When the decoded message doesn't end with a new226 line the new line will be added. Every message is saved in the append227 mode.228 :param filename: name of the file229 :type filename: str230 :param buff: message to be saved231 :type buff: bytes232 :param task: message related task.233 :type task: :class:`avocado.core.nrunner.Task`234 :param encoding: encoding of buff, default is None235 :type encoding: str236 """237 def _save_to_file(file_name, mode):238 with open(file_name, mode) as fp: # pylint: disable=W1514239 fp.write(buff)240 file = os.path.join(task.metadata["task_path"], filename)241 if encoding:242 buff = BaseRunningMessageHandler._message_to_line(buff, encoding)243 _save_to_file(file, "a")244 else:245 _save_to_file(file, "ab")246class LogMessageHandler(BaseRunningMessageHandler):247 """248 Handler for log message.249 It will save the log to the debug.log file in the task directory.250 :param status: 'running'251 :param type: 'log'252 :param log: log message253 :type log: string254 :param time: Time stamp of the message255 :type time: float256 example: {'status': 'running', 'type': 'log', 'log': 'log message',257 'time': 18405.55351474}258 """259 _tag = b"[stdlog] "260 def handle(self, message, task, job):261 """Logs a textual message to a file.262 This assumes that the log message will not contain a newline, and thus263 one is explicitly added here.264 """265 if task.metadata.get("logfile") is None:266 task.metadata["logfile"] = os.path.join(267 task.metadata["task_path"], "debug.log"268 )269 self._save_to_default_file(message, task)270class StdoutMessageHandler(BaseRunningMessageHandler):271 """272 Handler for stdout message.273 It will save the stdout to the stdout and debug file in the task directory.274 :param status: 'running'275 :param type: 'stdout'276 :param log: stdout message277 :type log: bytes278 :param encoding: optional value for decoding messages279 :type encoding: str280 :param time: Time stamp of the message281 :type time: float282 example: {'status': 'running', 'type': 'stdout', 'log': 'stdout message',283 'time': 18405.55351474}284 """285 _tag = b"[stdout] "286 def handle(self, message, task, job):287 self._save_to_default_file(message, task)288 self._save_message_to_file(289 "stdout", message["log"], task, message.get("encoding", None)290 )291class StderrMessageHandler(BaseRunningMessageHandler):292 """293 Handler for stderr message.294 It will save the stderr to the stderr and debug file in the task directory.295 :param status: 'running'296 :param type: 'stderr'297 :param log: stderr message298 :type log: bytes299 :param encoding: optional value for decoding messages300 :type encoding: str301 :param time: Time stamp of the message302 :type time: float303 example: {'status': 'running', 'type': 'stderr', 'log': 'stderr message',304 'time': 18405.55351474}305 """306 _tag = b"[stderr] "307 def handle(self, message, task, job):308 self._save_to_default_file(message, task)309 self._save_message_to_file(310 "stderr", message["log"], task, message.get("encoding", None)311 )312class WhiteboardMessageHandler(BaseRunningMessageHandler):313 """314 Handler for whiteboard message.315 It will save the stderr to the whiteboard file in the task directory.316 :param status: 'running'317 :param type: 'whiteboard'318 :param log: whiteboard message319 :type log: bytes320 :param encoding: optional value for decoding messages321 :type encoding: str322 :param time: Time stamp of the message...

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