How to use test_exec_test_failure_fields method in avocado

Best Python code snippet using avocado_python Github


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...874 "avocado.conf",875 "[simpletests.status]\n" "failure_fields = ['stdout', 'stderr']\n",876 )877 def test_exec_test_failure_fields(self):879 fail_test = os.path.join(BASEDIR, "examples", "tests", "")880 cmd_line = (881 f"{AVOCADO} --config {self.config_file.path} run "882 f"--job-results-dir {} "883 f"--disable-sysinfo -- {fail_test}"884 )885 result =, ignore_status=True)886 expected_rc = exit_codes.AVOCADO_TESTS_FAIL887 self.assertEqual(888 result.exit_status,889 expected_rc,890 f"Avocado did not return rc {expected_rc}:\n{result}",891 )892 self.assertNotIn("Exited with status: '1'", result.stdout_text)...

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