How to use has_pycdlib method in avocado

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...128class PyCDLib(BaseIso9660):129 """130 PyCDLib-based check131 """132 @unittest.skipUnless(iso9660.has_pycdlib(), "pycdlib not installed")133 def setUp(self):134 super(PyCDLib, self).setUp()135 self.iso = iso9660.ISO9660PyCDLib(self.iso_path)136 def test_basic_workflow(self):137 """Call the basic workflow"""138 self.basic_workflow()139 def test_create_write(self):140 new_iso_path = os.path.join(self.tmpdir, 'new.iso')141 new_iso = iso9660.ISO9660PyCDLib(new_iso_path)142 new_iso.create()143 content = b"AVOCADO"144 for path in ("README", "/readme", "readme.txt", "quite-long-readme.txt"):145 new_iso.write(path, content)146 new_iso.close()...

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1#!/usr/bin/python2# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-3# Job Céspedes <> idea from4# GNU General Public License v3.0+ (see COPYING or = {7 'metadata_version': '1.1',8 'status': ['preview'],9 'supported_by': 'community'10}11DOCUMENTATION = r'''12---13author: Job Céspedes (@jobcespedes)14module: create_ks_iso15short_description: Create OEMDRV ISO with kickstart file16description:17- This module creates an OEMDRV ISO with a kickstart file to boot from it18version_added: "2.7"19options:20 src:21 description:22 - The kickstart file source to include in the iso.23 required: true24 dest:25 description:26 - The destination directory for the iso.27 required: true28'''29EXAMPLES = r'''30- name: Create OEMDRV ISO with kickstart file31 create_ks_iso:32 src: /tmp/ks.cfg33 dest: /tmp/ks-iso.img34'''35RETURN = r'''36#37'''38import os39HAS_PYCDLIB = False40try:41 import pycdlib42 HAS_PYCDLIB = True43except ImportError:44 pass45from ansible.module_utils.basic import AnsibleModule46def run_module():47 # define available arguments/parameters a user can pass to the module48 module_args = dict(49 src=dict(type='str', required=True),50 dest=dict(type='str', required=True)51 )52 # seed the result dict in the object53 result = dict(54 changed=False,55 )56 # AnsibleModule object57 module = AnsibleModule(58 argument_spec=module_args,59 supports_check_mode=True60 )61 src = module.params['src']62 dest = module.params['dest']63 # checks64 if not os.path.exists(os.path.dirname(dest)):65 module.fail_json(msg='Directory "%s" does not exist' % os.path.dirname(dest), **result)66 if not os.path.exists(src):67 module.fail_json(msg='Kickstart file "%s" does not exist' % src, **result)68 # if check mode69 if module.check_mode:70 module.exit_json(**result)71 # iso creation72 iso = pycdlib.PyCdlib()73"OEMDRV", rock_ridge="1.09")74 iso.add_file(src, "/KS.CFG;1", rr_name="ks.cfg")75 iso.write(dest)76 iso.close()77 result['changed'] = True78 # successful module execution79 module.exit_json(**result)80def main():81 run_module()82if __name__ == '__main__':...

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