How to use name_for_file_contains method in avocado

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...98 '''99 if self.check_name_for_file():100 if os.path.exists(self.CHECK_FILE):101 return self.CHECK_FILE_DISTRO_NAME102 def check_name_for_file_contains(self):103 '''104 Checks if this class will look for text on a file and return a distro105 The conditions that must be true include the file that identifies the106 distro file being set (:attr:`CHECK_FILE`), the text to look for107 inside the distro file (:attr:`CHECK_FILE_CONTAINS`) and the name108 of the distro to be returned (:attr:`CHECK_FILE_DISTRO_NAME`)109 '''110 if self.CHECK_FILE is None:111 return False112 if self.CHECK_FILE_CONTAINS is None:113 return False114 if self.CHECK_FILE_DISTRO_NAME is None:115 return False116 return True117 def name_for_file_contains(self):118 '''119 Get the distro if the :attr:`CHECK_FILE` is set and has content120 '''121 if self.check_name_for_file_contains():122 if os.path.exists(self.CHECK_FILE):123 for line in open(self.CHECK_FILE).readlines():124 if self.CHECK_FILE_CONTAINS in line:125 return self.CHECK_FILE_DISTRO_NAME126 def check_version(self):127 '''128 Checks if this class will look for a regex in file and return a distro129 '''130 if self.CHECK_FILE is None:131 return False132 if self.CHECK_VERSION_REGEX is None:133 return False134 return True135 def _get_version_match(self):136 '''137 Returns the match result for the version regex on the file content138 '''139 if self.check_version():140 if os.path.exists(self.CHECK_FILE):141 version_file_content = open(self.CHECK_FILE).read()142 else:143 return None144 return self.CHECK_VERSION_REGEX.match(version_file_content)145 def version(self):146 '''147 Returns the version of the distro148 '''149 version = UNKNOWN_DISTRO_VERSION150 match = self._get_version_match()151 if match is not None:152 if match.groups() > 0:153 version = match.groups()[0]154 return version155 def check_release(self):156 '''157 Checks if this has the conditions met to look for the release number158 '''159 return (self.check_version() and160 self.CHECK_VERSION_REGEX.groups > 1)161 def release(self):162 '''163 Returns the release of the distro164 '''165 release = UNKNOWN_DISTRO_RELEASE166 match = self._get_version_match()167 if match is not None:168 if match.groups() > 1:169 release = match.groups()[1]170 return release171 def get_distro(self):172 '''173 Returns the :class:`LinuxDistro` this probe detected174 '''175 name = None176 version = UNKNOWN_DISTRO_VERSION177 release = UNKNOWN_DISTRO_RELEASE178 arch = UNKNOWN_DISTRO_ARCH179 distro = None180 if self.check_name_for_file():181 name = self.name_for_file()182 self.score += 1183 if self.check_name_for_file_contains():184 name = self.name_for_file_contains()185 self.score += 1186 if self.check_version():187 version = self.version()188 self.score += 1189 if self.check_release():190 release = self.release()191 self.score += 1192 # can't think of a better way to do this193 arch = os.uname()[4]194 # name is the first thing that should be identified. If we don't know195 # the distro name, we don't bother checking for versions196 if name is not None:197 distro = LinuxDistro(name, version, release, arch)198 else:...

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