How to use stdout_text method in avocado

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1# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-2# Copyright (C) 2012 Anaconda, Inc3# SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause4from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function, unicode_literals5from import attach_stderr_handler, captured, CaptureTarget6from io import StringIO7from logging import DEBUG, NOTSET, WARN, getLogger8import sys9def test_captured():10 stdout_text = "stdout text"11 stderr_text = "stderr text"12 def print_captured(*args, **kwargs):13 with captured(*args, **kwargs) as c:14 print(stdout_text, end="")15 print(stderr_text, end="", file=sys.stderr)16 return c17 c = print_captured()18 assert c.stdout == stdout_text19 assert c.stderr == stderr_text20 c = print_captured(CaptureTarget.STRING, CaptureTarget.STRING)21 assert c.stdout == stdout_text22 assert c.stderr == stderr_text23 c = print_captured(stderr=CaptureTarget.STDOUT)24 assert c.stdout == stdout_text + stderr_text25 assert c.stderr is None26 caller_stdout = StringIO()27 caller_stderr = StringIO()28 c = print_captured(caller_stdout, caller_stderr)29 assert c.stdout is caller_stdout30 assert c.stderr is caller_stderr31 assert caller_stdout.getvalue() == stdout_text32 assert caller_stderr.getvalue() == stderr_text33 with captured() as outer_c:34 inner_c = print_captured(None, None)35 assert inner_c.stdout is None36 assert inner_c.stderr is None37 assert outer_c.stdout == stdout_text38 assert outer_c.stderr == stderr_text39def test_attach_stderr_handler():40 name = 'abbacadabba'41 logr = getLogger(name)42 assert len(logr.handlers) == 043 assert logr.level is NOTSET44 debug_message = "debug message 1329-485"45 with captured() as c:46 attach_stderr_handler(WARN, name)47 logr.warn('test message')48 logr.debug(debug_message)49 assert len(logr.handlers) == 150 assert logr.handlers[0].name == 'stderr'51 assert logr.handlers[0].level is WARN52 assert logr.level is NOTSET53 assert c.stdout == ''54 assert 'test message' in c.stderr55 assert debug_message not in c.stderr56 # round two, with debug57 with captured() as c:58 attach_stderr_handler(DEBUG, name)59 logr.warn('test message')60 logr.debug(debug_message)61'info message')62 assert len(logr.handlers) == 163 assert logr.handlers[0].name == 'stderr'64 assert logr.handlers[0].level is DEBUG65 assert logr.level is NOTSET66 assert c.stdout == ''67 assert 'test message' in c.stderr...

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