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AUTHOR = "Steve Howard <>"
NAME = "Sample - Autotest console"
TEST_TYPE = "client"
TEST_CLASS = "Kernel"
TEST_CATEGORY = "Functional"
DOC = """
Gives you an interactive interpreter within an autotest control file.
If you install IPython (, Ubuntu and Fedora's package
"ipython"), you'll get a snazzy IPython console with readline and completion
and all that. Otherwise you'll get a simple python console.
The point of this control file is to give you an interactive interpreter with
all autotest 'magic' loaded in, so you can inspect objects and have fun.
import IPython
ipshell = IPython.Shell.IPShellEmbed(argv=[], banner='autotest console')
except ImportError:
import code
code.interact('autotest console', raw_input)