How to use the tuna.module_groups.built_in_deprecated function in tuna

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def _add_color(tree, ancestor_is_built_in):
    for item in tree:
        module_name = item["name"].split(".")[0]
        is_built_in = (
            or module_name in built_in
            or module_name in built_in_deprecated
        color = 1 if is_built_in else 0
        if module_name in built_in_deprecated:
            color = 2
        item["color"] = color
        if "children" in item:
            _add_color(item["children"], is_built_in)