How to use get_importable_spec method in avocado

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...214 parent_class,215 imported_symbol,216 symbol_is_module,217 ) = _get_attributes_for_further_examination(parent, module)218 found_spec = imported_symbol.get_importable_spec(symbol_is_module)219 if found_spec is None:220 continue221 except ClassNotSuitable:222 continue223 _info, _disabled, _match = _examine_class(224 target_module,225 target_class,226 determine_match,227 found_spec.origin,228 parent_class,229 match,230 )231 if _info:232 _extend_test_list(info, _info)233 disabled.update(_disabled)234 if _match is not match:235 match = _match236 if not match and module.interesting_klass_found:237 imported_symbol = module.imported_symbols[class_name]238 if imported_symbol:239 found_spec = imported_symbol.get_importable_spec()240 if found_spec:241 _info, _disabled, _match = _examine_class(242 target_module,243 target_class,244 determine_match,245 found_spec.origin,246 class_name,247 match,248 )249 if _info:250 _extend_test_list(info, _info)251 disabled.update(_disabled)252 if _match is not match:253 match = _match254 return info, disabled, match255def find_python_tests(target_module, target_class, determine_match, path):256 """257 Attempts to find Python tests from source files258 A Python test in this context is a method within a specific type259 of class (or that inherits from a specific class).260 :param target_module: the name of the module from which a class should261 have come from. When attempting to find a Python262 unittest, the target_module will most probably263 be "unittest", as per the standard library module264 name. When attempting to find Avocado tests, the265 target_module will most probably be "avocado".266 :type target_module: str267 :param target_class: the name of the class that is considered to contain268 test methods. When attempting to find Python269 unittests, the target_class will most probably be270 "TestCase". When attempting to find Avocado tests,271 the target_class will most probably be "Test".272 :type target_class: str273 :type determine_match: a callable that will determine if a given module274 and class is contains valid Python tests275 :type determine_match: function276 :param path: path to a Python source code file277 :type path: str278 :returns: tuple where first item is dict with class name and additional279 info such as method names and tags; the second item is280 set of class names which look like Python tests but have been281 forcefully disabled.282 :rtype: tuple283 """284 module = PythonModule(path, target_module, target_class)285 # The resulting test classes286 result = collections.OrderedDict()287 disabled = set()288 for klass in module.iter_classes():289 docstring = ast.get_docstring(klass)290 # Looking for a class that has in the docstring either291 # ":avocado: enable" or ":avocado: disable292 if check_docstring_directive(docstring, "disable"):293 disabled.add( continue295 if check_docstring_directive(docstring, "enable"):296 info = get_methods_info(297 klass.body,298 get_docstring_directives_tags(docstring),299 get_docstring_directives_dependencies(docstring),300 )301 result[] = info302 continue303 # From this point onwards we want to do recursive discovery, but304 # for now we don't know whether it is avocado.Test inherited305 # (Ifs are optimized for readability, not speed)306 # If "recursive" tag is specified, it is forced as test307 if check_docstring_directive(docstring, "recursive"):308 match = True309 else:310 match = module.is_matching_klass(klass)311 info = get_methods_info(312 klass.body,313 get_docstring_directives_tags(docstring),314 get_docstring_directives_dependencies(docstring),315 )316 # Getting the list of parents of the current class317 parents = klass.bases318 match = _examine_same_module(319 parents,320 info,321 disabled,322 match,323 module,324 target_module,325 target_class,326 determine_match,327 )328 # If there are parents left to be discovered, they329 # might be in a different module.330 for parent in parents:331 try:332 (333 parent_class,334 imported_symbol,335 symbol_is_module,336 ) = _get_attributes_for_further_examination(parent, module)337 found_spec = imported_symbol.get_importable_spec(symbol_is_module)338 if found_spec is None:339 continue340 except ClassNotSuitable:341 continue342 _info, _dis, _match = _examine_class(343 target_module,344 target_class,345 determine_match,346 found_spec.origin,347 parent_class,348 match,349 )350 if _info:351 info.extend(_info)...

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...70 previous = components[index - 1]71 else:72 previous = ""73 yield (component, previous)74 def get_importable_spec(self, symbol_is_module=False):75 """Returns the specification of an actual importable module.76 This is a check based on the limitations that we do not77 actually perform an import, and assumes a directory structure78 with modules.79 :param symbol_is_module: if it's known that the symbol is also80 a module, include it in the search for81 an importable spec82 :type symbol_is_module: bool83 """84 modules_paths = sys.path85 modules_paths.insert(0, self.get_relative_module_fs_path())86 spec = None87 for component, previous in self._walk_importable_components(symbol_is_module):88 if previous:89 modules_paths = [90 os.path.join(mod, previous) for mod in modules_paths[:]91 ]92 spec = PathFinder.find_spec(component, modules_paths)93 if spec is None:94 break95 return spec96 def is_importable(self, symbol_is_module=False):97 """Checks whether this imported symbol seems to be importable.98 This is a check based on the limitations that we do not99 actually perform an import, and assumes a directory structure100 with modules.101 :param symbol_is_module: if it's known that the symbol is also102 a module, include it in the search for103 an importable spec104 :type symbol_is_module: bool105 """106 return self.get_importable_spec(symbol_is_module) is not None107 @staticmethod108 def _split_last_module_path_component(module_path):109 """Splits a module path into a lower and topmost components.110 It also discards any information about relative location.111 :param module_path: a module path, such as "os" or "os.path"112 or "..selftests.utils"113 :type module_path: str114 :returns: the lower and topmost components115 :rtype: tuple116 """117 non_relative = module_path.strip(".")118 if "." in non_relative:119 module_components = non_relative.rsplit(".", 1)120 if len(module_components) == 2:...

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