How to use the sarge.Pipeline function in sarge

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	@mock.patch.object(sarge.Pipeline, 'wait_events')
	def test_flash_worker_ok(self, mock_dirname, mock_sarge_run, mock_wait_events, mock_send_status):
		# Set Up
		self.plugin = octoprint_firmwareupdater.FirmwareupdaterPlugin()
		self.plugin._settings = settings_mock()
		self.plugin._logger = logger_mock()
		self.plugin._printer = printer_mock()
		p = pipeline_mock()
		mock_sarge_run.return_value = p

		hex_file = named_temporary_file_mock()
		hex_file.close = mock.MagicMock(name='close')

		# Call test subject
		self.plugin._flash_worker(hex_file, "port")


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