How to use list_mount_points method in avocado

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2Utilities for working with unix-style mounts.3"""4import os5import subprocess6def list_mount_points():7 """8 Return list of current mount points9 Note: unix-like OS specific10 """11 mount_points = []12 likely_locations = ['/sbin/mount', '/bin/mount']13 for mount in likely_locations:14 if os.path.exists(mount):15 p = subprocess.Popen(mount, stdout=subprocess.PIPE)16 p.wait()17 for l in p.stdout.readlines():18 rec = l.split()19 device = rec[0] 20 mount_point = rec[2]21 assert rec[1] == 'on'22 # looking at the output of mount on linux, osx, and 23 # sunos, the first 3 elements are always the same24 # devicename on path25 # everything after that displays the attributes26 # of the mount points in wildly differing formats27 mount_points.append(mount_point)28 return mount_points29 else:30 raise RuntimeError("Couldn't find a mount executable")31def is_mounted(point_to_check):32 """33 Return true if argument exactly matches a current mount point.34 """35 for mount_point in list_mount_points():36 if point_to_check == mount_point:37 return True38 else:39 return False40def find_mount_point_for(pathname):41 """42 Find the deepest mount point pathname is located on43 """44 realpath = os.path.realpath(pathname)45 mount_points = list_mount_points()46 prefixes = set()47 for current_mount in mount_points:48 cp = os.path.commonprefix([current_mount, realpath])49 prefixes.add((len(cp), cp))50 prefixes = list(prefixes)51 prefixes.sort()52 if len(prefixes) == 0:53 return None54 else:55 # return longest common prefix...

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1# Copyright (C) 2007-2011 Andrea Francia Trivolzio(PV) Italy2import sys,os3def restore():4 from trashcli.restore import RestoreCmd5 try: # Python 26 input23 = raw_input7 except: # Python 38 input23 = input9 RestoreCmd(10 stdout = sys.stdout,11 stderr = sys.stderr,12 environ = os.environ,13 exit = sys.exit,14 input = input2315 ).run(sys.argv)16def empty(argv = sys.argv,17 stdout = sys.stdout,18 stderr = sys.stderr,19 environ = os.environ):20 from trashcli.empty import EmptyCmd21 from trashcli.list_mount_points import mount_points22 from datetime import datetime23 from trashcli.trash import FileSystemReader24 from trashcli.fs import FileRemover25 from trashcli.trash import version26 return EmptyCmd(27 out = stdout,28 err = stderr,29 environ = environ,30 list_volumes = mount_points,31 now =,32 file_reader = FileSystemReader(),33 getuid = os.getuid,34 file_remover = FileRemover(),35 version = version,36 ).run(*argv)37def list():38 from trashcli.list import ListCmd39 from trashcli.list_mount_points import mount_points40 ListCmd(41 out = sys.stdout,42 err = sys.stderr,43 environ = os.environ,44 getuid = os.getuid,45 list_volumes = mount_points,...

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