How to use 'conda list channels' in Python

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38def channel_list(cli):
39 cli.send("LIST")

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283def list_channels(package, channel_class=Channel):
284 """
285 List all channels for a given package
287 Args:
288 package (:obj:`str`): package name in the format "namespace/name" or ""
289 channel_class (:obj:`kpm.models.channel_base:ChannelBase`): the implemented Channel class to use
291 Returns:
292 :obj:`list of dict`: list channels:
293 * channel (str): channel name
294 * current (str): latest/default release associated to the channel
295 * releases (list): list channel's releases
297 Example:
298 >>> kpm.api.impl.registry.list_channels("myns/package")
299 [{'channel': u'stable', 'current': '1.10.2', 'releases': [u'1.10.2']},
300 {'channel': u'dev', 'current': 2.0.0-beta, 'releases': [1.10.2, 2.0.0-beta]}]
302 See Also:
303 * :obj:`kpm.api.registry.list_channels`
304 """
305 channels = channel_class.all_channels(package).values()
306 return channels

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