How to use test_asset_purge method in avocado

Best Python code snippet using avocado_python Github


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...98 config = self.config_file.name99 cmd_line = f"{AVOCADO} --config {config} assets register hosts {url}"100 result = self.assertIn("Now you can reference it by name hosts", result.stdout_text)102 def test_asset_purge(self):103 """Make sure that we can remove a asset from cache."""104 # creates a single byte asset105 asset_file = tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(, delete=False)106 asset_file.write(b"\xff")107 asset_file.close()108 config = self.config_file.name109 url = asset_file.name110 name = "should-be-removed"111 cmd_line = f"{AVOCADO} --config {config} assets register {name} {url}"112 result = self.assertIn(f"Now you can reference it by name {name}", result.stdout_text)114 cmd_line = (115 f"{AVOCADO} --config {config} assets purge " f"--by-size-filter '==1'"116 )...

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