How to use file_log_factory method in avocado

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...17import os18from avocado.core.output import LOG_UI19from avocado.core.parser import FileOrStdoutAction20from avocado.core.plugin_interfaces import CLI, ResultEvents21def file_log_factory(log_file):22 """23 Generates a function which simulates writes to logger and outputs to file24 :param log_file: The output file25 """26 def writeln(msg, *writeargs):27 """28 Format msg and append '\n'29 """30 if writeargs:31 try:32 msg %= writeargs33 except TypeError as details:34 raise TypeError("%s: msg='%s' args='%s'" %35 (details, msg, writeargs))36 ret = log_file.write(msg + "\n")37 return ret38 return writeln39class TAPResult(ResultEvents):40 """41 TAP output class42 """43 name = 'tap'44 description = "TAP - Test Anything Protocol results"45 def __init__(self, args):46 self.__logs = []47 self.__open_files = []48 output = getattr(args, 'tap', None)49 if output == '-':50 log = LOG_UI.debug51 self.__logs.append(log)52 elif output is not None:53 log = open(output, "w", 1)54 self.__open_files.append(log)55 self.__logs.append(file_log_factory(log))56 self.__include_logs = getattr(args, 'tap_include_logs', False)57 self.is_header_printed = False58 def __write(self, msg, *writeargs):59 """60 Pass through the message to all registered log functions61 """62 for log in self.__logs:63 log(msg, *writeargs)64 def __flush(self):65 """66 Force-flush the output to opened files.67 """68 for opened_file in self.__open_files:69 opened_file.flush()70 os.fsync(opened_file)71 def pre_tests(self, job):72 """73 Log the test plan74 """75 # Should we add default results.tap?76 if getattr(job.args, 'tap_job_result', 'off') == 'on':77 log = open(os.path.join(job.logdir, 'results.tap'), "w", 1)78 self.__open_files.append(log)79 self.__logs.append(file_log_factory(log))80 def start_test(self, result, state):81 pass82 def end_test(self, result, state):83 """84 Log the test status and details85 """86 if not self.is_header_printed:87 self.__write("1..%d", result.tests_total)88 self.__flush()89 self.is_header_printed = True90 status = state.get("status", "ERROR")91 name = state.get("name")92 if not name:93 name = "Unknown"...

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