How to use system_wide_or_base_path method in avocado

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...83 help_msg = (84 "File with list of commands that will be executed and "85 "have their output collected"86 )87 default = system_wide_or_base_path("etc/avocado/sysinfo/commands")88 settings.register_option(89 section="sysinfo.collectibles",90 key="commands",91 key_type=prepend_base_path,92 default=default,93 help_msg=help_msg,94 )95 help_msg = (96 "File with list of commands that will be executed and "97 "have their output collected, in case of failed test"98 )99 default = system_wide_or_base_path("etc/avocado/sysinfo/fail_commands")100 settings.register_option(101 section="sysinfo.collectibles",102 key="fail_commands",103 key_type=prepend_base_path,104 default=default,105 help_msg=help_msg,106 )107 help_msg = "File with list of files that will be collected verbatim"108 default = system_wide_or_base_path("etc/avocado/sysinfo/files")109 settings.register_option(110 section="sysinfo.collectibles",111 key="files",112 key_type=prepend_base_path,113 default=default,114 help_msg=help_msg,115 )116 help_msg = (117 "File with list of files that will be collected verbatim"118 ", in case of failed test"119 )120 default = system_wide_or_base_path("etc/avocado/sysinfo/fail_files")121 settings.register_option(122 section="sysinfo.collectibles",123 key="fail_files",124 key_type=prepend_base_path,125 default=default,126 help_msg=help_msg,127 )128 help_msg = "File with list of commands that will run alongside the job/test"129 default = system_wide_or_base_path("etc/avocado/sysinfo/profilers")130 settings.register_option(131 section="sysinfo.collectibles",132 key="profilers",133 key_type=prepend_base_path,134 default=default,135 help_msg=help_msg,136 )137class SysInfoJob(JobPreTests, JobPostTests):138 name = "sysinfo"139 description = "Collects system information before/after the job is run"140 def __init__(self, config):141 self.sysinfo = None142 self.sysinfo_enabled = config.get("sysinfo.collect.enabled")143 def _init_sysinfo(self, job_logdir):...

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...5 if not expanded.startswith(("/", "~", ".")):6 dist = get_distribution("avocado-framework")7 return os.path.join(dist.location, "avocado", expanded)8 return expanded9def system_wide_or_base_path(file_path):10 """Returns either a system wide path, or one relative to the base.11 If "etc/avocado/avocado.conf" is given as input, it checks for the12 existence of "/etc/avocado/avocado.conf". If that path does not exist,13 then a path starting with the avocado's Python's distribution is returned.14 In that case it'd return something like15 "/usr/lib/python3.9/site-packages/avocado/etc/avocado/avocado.conf".16 :param file_path: a filesystem path that can either be absolute, or17 relative. If relative, the absolute equivalent18 (that is, by prefixing the filesystem root location)19 is checked for existence. If it does not exist, a20 path relative to the Python's distribution base path21 is returned.22 :type file_path: str23 :rtype: str...

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