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redapple0204/my-boring-python
1ab378e9d4f39ad920ff542ef3b2db68f0575a98
pythonenv3.8/lib/python3.8/site-packages/pip/_vendor/ipaddress.py
python
_BaseNetwork.num_addresses
(self)
return int(self.broadcast_address) - int(self.network_address) + 1
Number of hosts in the current subnet.
Number of hosts in the current subnet.
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def num_addresses(self): """Number of hosts in the current subnet.""" return int(self.broadcast_address) - int(self.network_address) + 1
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https://github.com/redapple0204/my-boring-python/blob/1ab378e9d4f39ad920ff542ef3b2db68f0575a98/pythonenv3.8/lib/python3.8/site-packages/pip/_vendor/ipaddress.py#L847-L849
facebookarchive/nuclide
2a2a0a642d136768b7d2a6d35a652dc5fb77d70a
modules/atom-ide-debugger-python/VendorLib/vs-py-debugger/pythonFiles/experimental/ptvsd/ptvsd/_vendored/pydevd/pydevd_attach_to_process/winappdbg/thread.py
python
Thread.get_stack_trace_with_labels
(self, depth = 16, bMakePretty = True)
return trace
Tries to get a stack trace for the current function. Only works for functions with standard prologue and epilogue. @type depth: int @param depth: Maximum depth of stack trace. @type bMakePretty: bool @param bMakePretty: C{True} for user readable labels, C{False} for labels that can be passed to L{Process.resolve_label}. "Pretty" labels look better when producing output for the user to read, while pure labels are more useful programatically. @rtype: tuple of tuple( int, int, str ) @return: Stack trace of the thread as a tuple of ( return address, frame pointer label ). @raise WindowsError: Raises an exception on error.
Tries to get a stack trace for the current function. Only works for functions with standard prologue and epilogue.
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def get_stack_trace_with_labels(self, depth = 16, bMakePretty = True): """ Tries to get a stack trace for the current function. Only works for functions with standard prologue and epilogue. @type depth: int @param depth: Maximum depth of stack trace. @type bMakePretty: bool @param bMakePretty: C{True} for user readable labels, C{False} for labels that can be passed to L{Process.resolve_label}. "Pretty" labels look better when producing output for the user to read, while pure labels are more useful programatically. @rtype: tuple of tuple( int, int, str ) @return: Stack trace of the thread as a tuple of ( return address, frame pointer label ). @raise WindowsError: Raises an exception on error. """ try: trace = self.__get_stack_trace(depth, True, bMakePretty) except Exception: trace = () if not trace: trace = self.__get_stack_trace_manually(depth, True, bMakePretty) return trace
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https://github.com/facebookarchive/nuclide/blob/2a2a0a642d136768b7d2a6d35a652dc5fb77d70a/modules/atom-ide-debugger-python/VendorLib/vs-py-debugger/pythonFiles/experimental/ptvsd/ptvsd/_vendored/pydevd/pydevd_attach_to_process/winappdbg/thread.py#L1258-L1286
Opentrons/opentrons
466e0567065d8773a81c25cd1b5c7998e00adf2c
api/src/opentrons/hardware_control/api.py
python
API.resume
(self, pause_type: PauseType)
Resume motion after a call to :py:meth:`pause`.
Resume motion after a call to :py:meth:`pause`.
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def resume(self, pause_type: PauseType): """ Resume motion after a call to :py:meth:`pause`. """ self._pause_manager.resume(pause_type) if self._pause_manager.should_pause: return # Resume must be called immediately to awaken thread running hardware # methods (ThreadManager) self._backend.resume() async def _chained_calls(): # mirror what happens API.pause. await self._execution_manager.resume() self._backend.resume() asyncio.run_coroutine_threadsafe(_chained_calls(), self._loop)
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https://github.com/Opentrons/opentrons/blob/466e0567065d8773a81c25cd1b5c7998e00adf2c/api/src/opentrons/hardware_control/api.py#L639-L657
webrtc/apprtc
db975e22ea07a0c11a4179d4beb2feb31cf344f4
src/third_party/oauth2client/client.py
python
OAuth2WebServerFlow.step2_exchange
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Exhanges a code for OAuth2Credentials. Args: code: string or dict, either the code as a string, or a dictionary of the query parameters to the redirect_uri, which contains the code. http: httplib2.Http, optional http instance to use to do the fetch Returns: An OAuth2Credentials object that can be used to authorize requests. Raises: FlowExchangeError if a problem occured exchanging the code for a refresh_token.
Exhanges a code for OAuth2Credentials.
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def step2_exchange(self, code, http=None): """Exhanges a code for OAuth2Credentials. Args: code: string or dict, either the code as a string, or a dictionary of the query parameters to the redirect_uri, which contains the code. http: httplib2.Http, optional http instance to use to do the fetch Returns: An OAuth2Credentials object that can be used to authorize requests. Raises: FlowExchangeError if a problem occured exchanging the code for a refresh_token. """ if not (isinstance(code, str) or isinstance(code, unicode)): if 'code' not in code: if 'error' in code: error_msg = code['error'] else: error_msg = 'No code was supplied in the query parameters.' raise FlowExchangeError(error_msg) else: code = code['code'] body = urllib.urlencode({ 'grant_type': 'authorization_code', 'client_id': self.client_id, 'client_secret': self.client_secret, 'code': code, 'redirect_uri': self.redirect_uri, 'scope': self.scope, }) headers = { 'content-type': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded', } if self.user_agent is not None: headers['user-agent'] = self.user_agent if http is None: http = httplib2.Http() resp, content = http.request(self.token_uri, method='POST', body=body, headers=headers) d = _parse_exchange_token_response(content) if resp.status == 200 and 'access_token' in d: access_token = d['access_token'] refresh_token = d.get('refresh_token', None) token_expiry = None if 'expires_in' in d: token_expiry = datetime.datetime.utcnow() + datetime.timedelta( seconds=int(d['expires_in'])) if 'id_token' in d: d['id_token'] = _extract_id_token(d['id_token']) logger.info('Successfully retrieved access token') return OAuth2Credentials(access_token, self.client_id, self.client_secret, refresh_token, token_expiry, self.token_uri, self.user_agent, revoke_uri=self.revoke_uri, id_token=d.get('id_token', None), token_response=d) else: logger.info('Failed to retrieve access token: %s' % content) if 'error' in d: # you never know what those providers got to say error_msg = unicode(d['error']) else: error_msg = 'Invalid response: %s.' % str(resp.status) raise FlowExchangeError(error_msg)
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axa-group/Parsr
3a2193b15c56a8fbcafe5efbddd83adbb0f8fd9d
clients/python-client/parsr_client/parsr_client.py
python
ParsrClient.set_server
(self, server: str)
Setter for the Parsr server's address
Setter for the Parsr server's address
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prometheus-ar/vot.ar
72d8fa1ea08fe417b64340b98dff68df8364afdf
msa/core/armve/protocol.py
python
Printer.do_print
(self)
Envia el comando CMD_PRINTER_PRINT al ARM.
Envia el comando CMD_PRINTER_PRINT al ARM.
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def do_print(self): """Envia el comando CMD_PRINTER_PRINT al ARM.""" self._send_command(CMD_PRINTER_PRINT)
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sagemath/cloud
054854b87817edfa95e9044c793059bddc361e67
sage_salvus.py
python
exercise
(code)
r""" Use the %exercise cell decorator to create interactive exercise sets. Put %exercise at the top of the cell, then write Sage code in the cell that defines the following (all are optional): - a ``question`` variable, as an HTML string with math in dollar signs - an ``answer`` variable, which can be any object, or a pair (correct_value, interact control) -- see the docstring for interact for controls. - an optional callable ``check(answer)`` that returns a boolean or a 2-tuple (True or False, message), where the first argument is True if the answer is correct, and the optional second argument is a message that should be displayed in response to the given answer. NOTE: Often the input "answer" will be a string, so you may have to use Integer, RealNumber, or sage_eval to evaluate it, depending on what you want to allow the user to do. - hints -- optional list of strings to display in sequence each time the user enters a wrong answer. The last string is displayed repeatedly. If hints is omitted, the correct answer is displayed after three attempts. NOTE: The code that defines the exercise is executed so that it does not impact (and is not impacted by) the global scope of your variables elsewhere in your session. Thus you can have many %exercise cells in a single worksheet with no interference between them. The following examples further illustrate how %exercise works. An exercise to test your ability to sum the first $n$ integers:: %exercise title = "Sum the first n integers, like Gauss did." n = randint(3, 100) question = "What is the sum $1 + 2 + \\cdots + %s$ of the first %s positive integers?"%(n,n) answer = n*(n+1)//2 Transpose a matrix:: %exercise title = r"Transpose a $2 \times 2$ Matrix" A = random_matrix(ZZ,2) question = "What is the transpose of $%s?$"%latex(A) answer = A.transpose() Add together a few numbers:: %exercise k = randint(2,5) title = "Add %s numbers"%k v = [randint(1,10) for _ in range(k)] question = "What is the sum $%s$?"%(' + '.join([str(x) for x in v])) answer = sum(v) The trace of a matrix:: %exercise title = "Compute the trace of a matrix." A = random_matrix(ZZ, 3, x=-5, y = 5)^2 question = "What is the trace of $$%s?$$"%latex(A) answer = A.trace() Some basic arithmetic with hints and dynamic feedback:: %exercise k = randint(2,5) title = "Add %s numbers"%k v = [randint(1,10) for _ in range(k)] question = "What is the sum $%s$?"%(' + '.join([str(x) for x in v])) answer = sum(v) hints = ['This is basic arithmetic.', 'The sum is near %s.'%(answer+randint(1,5)), "The answer is %s."%answer] def check(attempt): c = Integer(attempt) - answer if c == 0: return True if abs(c) >= 10: return False, "Gees -- not even close!" if c < 0: return False, "too low" if c > 0: return False, "too high"
r""" Use the %exercise cell decorator to create interactive exercise sets. Put %exercise at the top of the cell, then write Sage code in the cell that defines the following (all are optional):
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def exercise(code): r""" Use the %exercise cell decorator to create interactive exercise sets. Put %exercise at the top of the cell, then write Sage code in the cell that defines the following (all are optional): - a ``question`` variable, as an HTML string with math in dollar signs - an ``answer`` variable, which can be any object, or a pair (correct_value, interact control) -- see the docstring for interact for controls. - an optional callable ``check(answer)`` that returns a boolean or a 2-tuple (True or False, message), where the first argument is True if the answer is correct, and the optional second argument is a message that should be displayed in response to the given answer. NOTE: Often the input "answer" will be a string, so you may have to use Integer, RealNumber, or sage_eval to evaluate it, depending on what you want to allow the user to do. - hints -- optional list of strings to display in sequence each time the user enters a wrong answer. The last string is displayed repeatedly. If hints is omitted, the correct answer is displayed after three attempts. NOTE: The code that defines the exercise is executed so that it does not impact (and is not impacted by) the global scope of your variables elsewhere in your session. Thus you can have many %exercise cells in a single worksheet with no interference between them. The following examples further illustrate how %exercise works. An exercise to test your ability to sum the first $n$ integers:: %exercise title = "Sum the first n integers, like Gauss did." n = randint(3, 100) question = "What is the sum $1 + 2 + \\cdots + %s$ of the first %s positive integers?"%(n,n) answer = n*(n+1)//2 Transpose a matrix:: %exercise title = r"Transpose a $2 \times 2$ Matrix" A = random_matrix(ZZ,2) question = "What is the transpose of $%s?$"%latex(A) answer = A.transpose() Add together a few numbers:: %exercise k = randint(2,5) title = "Add %s numbers"%k v = [randint(1,10) for _ in range(k)] question = "What is the sum $%s$?"%(' + '.join([str(x) for x in v])) answer = sum(v) The trace of a matrix:: %exercise title = "Compute the trace of a matrix." A = random_matrix(ZZ, 3, x=-5, y = 5)^2 question = "What is the trace of $$%s?$$"%latex(A) answer = A.trace() Some basic arithmetic with hints and dynamic feedback:: %exercise k = randint(2,5) title = "Add %s numbers"%k v = [randint(1,10) for _ in range(k)] question = "What is the sum $%s$?"%(' + '.join([str(x) for x in v])) answer = sum(v) hints = ['This is basic arithmetic.', 'The sum is near %s.'%(answer+randint(1,5)), "The answer is %s."%answer] def check(attempt): c = Integer(attempt) - answer if c == 0: return True if abs(c) >= 10: return False, "Gees -- not even close!" if c < 0: return False, "too low" if c > 0: return False, "too high" """ f = closure(code) def g(): x = f() return x.get('title',''), x.get('question', ''), x.get('answer',''), x.get('check',None), x.get('hints',None) title, question, answer, check, hints = g() obj = {} obj['E'] = Exercise(question, answer, check, hints) obj['title'] = title def title_control(t): return text_control('<h3 class="lighten">%s</h3>'%t) the_times = [] @interact(layout=[[('go',1), ('title',11,'')],[('')], [('times',12, "<b>Times:</b>")]], flicker=True) def h(go = button("&nbsp;"*5 + "Go" + "&nbsp;"*7, label='', icon='fa-refresh', classes="btn-large btn-success"), title = title_control(title), times = text_control('')): c = interact.changed() if 'go' in c or 'another' in c: interact.title = title_control(obj['title']) def cb(obj): the_times.append("%.1f"%obj['time']) h.times = ', '.join(the_times) obj['E'].ask(cb) title, question, answer, check, hints = g() # get ready for next time. obj['title'] = title obj['E'] = Exercise(question, answer, check, hints)
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kemayo/maphilight
e00d927f648c00b634470bc6c4750378b4953cc0
tools/parse_path.py
python
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(token)
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openwisp/openwisp-controller
0bfda7a28c86092f165b177c551c07babcb40630
openwisp_controller/subnet_division/rule_types/base.py
python
BaseSubnetDivisionRuleType.should_create_subnets_ips
(cls, instance, **kwargs)
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sbrshk/whatever
f7ba72effd6f836ca701ed889c747db804d5ea8f
node_modules/node-gyp/gyp/pylib/gyp/generator/android.py
python
AndroidMkWriter.ComputeAndroidModule
(self, spec)
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bt5/erp5_big_file/DocumentTemplateItem/portal_components/document.erp5.BigFile.py
python
BigFile._appendData
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append data chunk to the end of the file NOTE if content_type is specified, it will change content_type for the whole file.
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def _appendData(self, data_chunk, content_type=None): """append data chunk to the end of the file NOTE if content_type is specified, it will change content_type for the whole file. """ data, size = self._read_data(data_chunk, data=self._baseGetData()) content_type=self._get_content_type(data_chunk, data, self.__name__, content_type or self.content_type) self.update_data(data, content_type, size)
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GoogleCloudPlatform/PerfKitExplorer
9efa61015d50c25f6d753f0212ad3bf16876d496
server/perfkit/explorer/samples_mart/explorer_method.py
python
ExplorerQueryBase.__init__
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Create credentials and storage service. If a data_client is not provided, a credential_file will be used to get a data connection. Args: data_client: A class that provides data connectivity. Typically a BigQueryClient instance or specialization. dataset_name: The name of the BigQuery dataset that contains the results.
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def __init__(self, data_client=None, dataset_name=None): """Create credentials and storage service. If a data_client is not provided, a credential_file will be used to get a data connection. Args: data_client: A class that provides data connectivity. Typically a BigQueryClient instance or specialization. dataset_name: The name of the BigQuery dataset that contains the results. """ self._data_client = data_client self.dataset_name = dataset_name or big_query_client.DATASET_ID self._Initialize()
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replit-archive/jsrepl
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extern/python/closured/lib/python2.7/difflib.py
python
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def unified_diff(a, b, fromfile='', tofile='', fromfiledate='', tofiledate='', n=3, lineterm='\n'): r""" Compare two sequences of lines; generate the delta as a unified diff. Unified diffs are a compact way of showing line changes and a few lines of context. The number of context lines is set by 'n' which defaults to three. By default, the diff control lines (those with ---, +++, or @@) are created with a trailing newline. This is helpful so that inputs created from file.readlines() result in diffs that are suitable for file.writelines() since both the inputs and outputs have trailing newlines. For inputs that do not have trailing newlines, set the lineterm argument to "" so that the output will be uniformly newline free. The unidiff format normally has a header for filenames and modification times. Any or all of these may be specified using strings for 'fromfile', 'tofile', 'fromfiledate', and 'tofiledate'. The modification times are normally expressed in the ISO 8601 format. Example: >>> for line in unified_diff('one two three four'.split(), ... 'zero one tree four'.split(), 'Original', 'Current', ... '2005-01-26 23:30:50', '2010-04-02 10:20:52', ... lineterm=''): ... print line # doctest: +NORMALIZE_WHITESPACE --- Original 2005-01-26 23:30:50 +++ Current 2010-04-02 10:20:52 @@ -1,4 +1,4 @@ +zero one -two -three +tree four """ started = False for group in SequenceMatcher(None,a,b).get_grouped_opcodes(n): if not started: started = True fromdate = '\t{}'.format(fromfiledate) if fromfiledate else '' todate = '\t{}'.format(tofiledate) if tofiledate else '' yield '--- {}{}{}'.format(fromfile, fromdate, lineterm) yield '+++ {}{}{}'.format(tofile, todate, lineterm) first, last = group[0], group[-1] file1_range = _format_range_unified(first[1], last[2]) file2_range = _format_range_unified(first[3], last[4]) yield '@@ -{} +{} @@{}'.format(file1_range, file2_range, lineterm) for tag, i1, i2, j1, j2 in group: if tag == 'equal': for line in a[i1:i2]: yield ' ' + line continue if tag in ('replace', 'delete'): for line in a[i1:i2]: yield '-' + line if tag in ('replace', 'insert'): for line in b[j1:j2]: yield '+' + line
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oldj/SwitchHosts
d0eb2321fe36780ec32c914cbc69a818fc1918d3
alfred/workflow/web.py
python
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redapple0204/my-boring-python
1ab378e9d4f39ad920ff542ef3b2db68f0575a98
pythonenv3.8/lib/python3.8/site-packages/pip/_internal/utils/temp_dir.py
python
TempDirectory.create
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def create(self): """Create a temporary directory and store its path in self.path """ if self.path is not None: logger.debug( "Skipped creation of temporary directory: {}".format(self.path) ) return # We realpath here because some systems have their default tmpdir # symlinked to another directory. This tends to confuse build # scripts, so we canonicalize the path by traversing potential # symlinks here. self.path = os.path.realpath( tempfile.mkdtemp(prefix="pip-{}-".format(self.kind)) ) logger.debug("Created temporary directory: {}".format(self.path))
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mdipierro/web2py-appliances
f97658293d51519e5f06e1ed503ee85f8154fcf3
FacebookConnectExample/modules/plugin_fbconnect/facebook.py
python
PhotosProxy.upload
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def upload(self, image, aid=None, caption=None, size=(604, 1024)): """Facebook API call. See http://developers.facebook.com/documentation.php?v=1.0&method=photos.upload size -- an optional size (width, height) to resize the image to before uploading. Resizes by default to Facebook's maximum display width of 604. """ args = {} if aid is not None: args['aid'] = aid if caption is not None: args['caption'] = caption args = self._client._build_post_args('facebook.photos.upload', self._client._add_session_args(args)) try: import cStringIO as StringIO except ImportError: import StringIO try: import Image except ImportError: data = StringIO.StringIO(open(image, 'rb').read()) else: img = Image.open(image) if size: img.thumbnail(size, Image.ANTIALIAS) data = StringIO.StringIO() img.save(data, img.format) content_type, body = self.__encode_multipart_formdata(list(args.iteritems()), [(image, data)]) h = httplib.HTTP('api.facebook.com') h.putrequest('POST', '/restserver.php') h.putheader('Content-Type', content_type) h.putheader('Content-Length', str(len(body))) h.putheader('MIME-Version', '1.0') h.putheader('User-Agent', 'PyFacebook Client Library') h.endheaders() h.send(body) reply = h.getreply() if reply[0] != 200: raise Exception('Error uploading photo: Facebook returned HTTP %s (%s)' % (reply[0], reply[1])) response = h.file.read() return self._client._parse_response(response, 'facebook.photos.upload')
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aosabook/500lines
fba689d101eb5600f5c8f4d7fd79912498e950e2
contingent/code/contingent/graphlib.py
python
Graph.immediate_consequences_of
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SteeltoeOSS/Samples
a27be0f2fd2af0e263f32aceb131df21fb54c82b
steps/browser_steps.py
python
step_impl
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:type context: behave.runner.Context :type data: str :type url: str
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replit-archive/jsrepl
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extern/python/closured/lib/python2.7/xml/dom/expatbuilder.py
python
Namespaces.install
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def install(self, parser): """Insert the namespace-handlers onto the parser.""" ExpatBuilder.install(self, parser) if self._options.namespace_declarations: parser.StartNamespaceDeclHandler = ( self.start_namespace_decl_handler)
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opencoweb/coweb
7b3a87ee9eda735a859447d404ee16edde1c5671
servers/python/coweb/service/manager/object.py
python
ObjectServiceManager.get_manager_id
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return 'object'
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ctripcorp/tars
d7954fccaf1a17901f22d844d84c5663a3d79c11
tars/api/views/deployment.py
python
DeploymentViewSet.reset
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return self.retrieve(request)
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xtk/X
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lib/pypng-0.0.9/code/png.py
python
Reader.validate_signature
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mceSystems/node-jsc
90634f3064fab8e89a85b3942f0cc5054acc86fa
deps/v8/gypfiles/vs_toolchain.py
python
Update
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return 0
Requests an update of the toolchain to the specific hashes we have at this revision. The update outputs a .json of the various configuration information required to pass to gyp which we use in |GetToolchainDir()|.
Requests an update of the toolchain to the specific hashes we have at this revision. The update outputs a .json of the various configuration information required to pass to gyp which we use in |GetToolchainDir()|.
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def Update(force=False): """Requests an update of the toolchain to the specific hashes we have at this revision. The update outputs a .json of the various configuration information required to pass to gyp which we use in |GetToolchainDir()|. """ if force != False and force != '--force': print >>sys.stderr, 'Unknown parameter "%s"' % force return 1 if force == '--force' or os.path.exists(json_data_file): force = True depot_tools_win_toolchain = \ bool(int(os.environ.get('DEPOT_TOOLS_WIN_TOOLCHAIN', '1'))) if ((sys.platform in ('win32', 'cygwin') or force) and depot_tools_win_toolchain): import find_depot_tools depot_tools_path = find_depot_tools.add_depot_tools_to_path() # Necessary so that get_toolchain_if_necessary.py will put the VS toolkit # in the correct directory. os.environ['GYP_MSVS_VERSION'] = GetVisualStudioVersion() get_toolchain_args = [ sys.executable, os.path.join(depot_tools_path, 'win_toolchain', 'get_toolchain_if_necessary.py'), '--output-json', json_data_file, ] + _GetDesiredVsToolchainHashes() if force: get_toolchain_args.append('--force') subprocess.check_call(get_toolchain_args) return 0
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nodejs/http2
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deps/npm/node_modules/node-gyp/gyp/pylib/gyp/ordered_dict.py
python
OrderedDict.values
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agoravoting/agora-ciudadana
a7701035ea77d7a91baa9b5c2d0c05d91d1b4262
agora_site/agora_core/resources/agora.py
python
AgoraResource.join_action
(self, request, agora, **kwargs)
return self.create_response(request, dict(status="success"))
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def join_action(self, request, agora, **kwargs): ''' Action that an user can execute to join an agora if it has permissions ''' request.user.get_profile().add_to_agora(agora_id=agora.id, request=request) return self.create_response(request, dict(status="success"))
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odoo/odoo
8de8c196a137f4ebbf67d7c7c83fee36f873f5c8
odoo/tools/translate.py
python
trans_load_data
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def trans_load_data(cr, fileobj, fileformat, lang, verbose=True, create_empty_translation=False, overwrite=False): """Populates the ir_translation table. :param fileobj: buffer open to a translation file :param fileformat: format of the `fielobj` file, one of 'po' or 'csv' :param lang: language code of the translations contained in `fileobj` language must be present and activated in the database :param verbose: increase log output :param create_empty_translation: create an ir.translation record, even if no value is provided in the translation entry :param overwrite: if an ir.translation already exists for a term, replace it with the one in `fileobj` """ if verbose: _logger.info('loading translation file for language %s', lang) env = odoo.api.Environment(cr, odoo.SUPERUSER_ID, {}) try: if not env['res.lang']._lang_get(lang): _logger.error("Couldn't read translation for lang '%s', language not found", lang) return None # now, the serious things: we read the language file fileobj.seek(0) reader = TranslationFileReader(fileobj, fileformat=fileformat) # read the rest of the file with a cursor-like object for fast inserting translations" Translation = env['ir.translation'] irt_cursor = Translation._get_import_cursor(overwrite) def process_row(row): """Process a single PO (or POT) entry.""" # dictionary which holds values for this line of the csv file # {'lang': ..., 'type': ..., 'name': ..., 'res_id': ..., # 'src': ..., 'value': ..., 'module':...} dic = dict.fromkeys(('type', 'name', 'res_id', 'src', 'value', 'comments', 'imd_model', 'imd_name', 'module')) dic['lang'] = lang dic.update(row) # do not import empty values if not create_empty_translation and not dic['value']: return irt_cursor.push(dic) # First process the entries from the PO file (doing so also fills/removes # the entries from the POT file). for row in reader: process_row(row) irt_cursor.finish() Translation.clear_caches() if verbose: _logger.info("translation file loaded successfully") except IOError: iso_lang = get_iso_codes(lang) filename = '[lang: %s][format: %s]' % (iso_lang or 'new', fileformat) _logger.exception("couldn't read translation file %s", filename)
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deps/chakrashim/third_party/jinja2/jinja2/utils.py
python
LRUCache.__setitem__
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Sets the value for an item. Moves the item up so that it has the highest priority then.
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mozilla/spidernode
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deps/npm/node_modules/node-gyp/gyp/pylib/gyp/generator/android.py
python
AndroidMkWriter.ComputeOutput
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jxcore/jxcore
b05f1f2d2c9d62c813c7d84f3013dbbf30b6e410
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atom-community/ide-python
c046f9c2421713b34baa22648235541c5bb284fe
dist/debugger/VendorLib/vs-py-debugger/pythonFiles/experimental/ptvsd/ptvsd/_vendored/pydevd/_pydev_imps/_pydev_SocketServer.py
python
TCPServer.fileno
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datahuborg/datahub
f066b472c2b66cc3b868bbe433aed2d4557aea32
src/examples/python/gen_py/datahub/DataHub.py
python
Iface.create_repo
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Parameters: - con - repo_name
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replit-archive/jsrepl
36d79b6288ca5d26208e8bade2a168c6ebcb2376
extern/python/unclosured/lib/python2.7/urllib.py
python
ftperrors
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return _ftperrors
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ayojs/ayo
45a1c8cf6384f5bcc81d834343c3ed9d78b97df3
deps/npm/node_modules/node-gyp/gyp/pylib/gyp/MSVSSettings.py
python
_Type.ValidateMSVS
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xtk/X
04c1aa856664a8517d23aefd94c470d47130aead
lib/selenium/selenium/webdriver/common/alert.py
python
Alert.accept
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Accepts the alert available
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CaliOpen/Caliopen
5361ebc5d4d2c525a87f737468b8a8e2aefbe3e8
src/backend/components/py.pi/caliopen_pi/qualifiers/base.py
python
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return p, c
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nodejs/node
ac3c33c1646bf46104c15ae035982c06364da9b8
tools/gyp/pylib/gyp/generator/ninja.py
python
Target.PreCompileInput
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return self.actions_stamp or self.precompile_stamp
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UWFlow/rmc
00bcc1450ffbec3a6c8d956a2a5d1bb3a04bfcb9
server/view_helpers.py
python
redirect_to_profile
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Returns a flask.redirect() to a given user's profile. Basically redirect the request to the /profile endpoint with their ObjectId Args: user: The user's profile to redirects to. Should NOT be None.
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python
Target.PreActionInput
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Southpaw-TACTIC/TACTIC
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src/pyasm/prod/service/base_xmlrpc.py
python
BaseXMLRPC.create_set
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libs/three/blenderExporter/io_three/exporter/api/object.py
python
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" "ex: --add-suffix='3' will generate .py3 files.") # Parse command line arguments refactor_stdin = False flags = {} options, args = parser.parse_args(args) if options.write_unchanged_files: flags["write_unchanged_files"] = True if not options.write: warn("--write-unchanged-files/-W implies -w.") options.write = True # If we allowed these, the original files would be renamed to backup names # but not replaced. if options.output_dir and not options.nobackups: parser.error("Can't use --output-dir/-o without -n.") if options.add_suffix and not options.nobackups: parser.error("Can't use --add-suffix without -n.") if not options.write and options.no_diffs: warn("not writing files and not printing diffs; that's not very useful") if not options.write and options.nobackups: parser.error("Can't use -n without -w") if options.list_fixes: print "Available transformations for the -f/--fix option:" for fixname in refactor.get_all_fix_names(fixer_pkg): print fixname if not args: return 0 if not args: print >> sys.stderr, "At least one file or directory argument required." print >> sys.stderr, "Use --help to show usage." return 2 if "-" in args: refactor_stdin = True if options.write: print >> sys.stderr, "Can't write to stdin." return 2 if options.print_function: flags["print_function"] = True # Set up logging handler level = logging.DEBUG if options.verbose else logging.INFO logging.basicConfig(format='%(name)s: %(message)s', level=level) logger = logging.getLogger('lib2to3.main') # Initialize the refactoring tool avail_fixes = set(refactor.get_fixers_from_package(fixer_pkg)) unwanted_fixes = set(fixer_pkg + ".fix_" + fix for fix in options.nofix) explicit = set() if options.fix: all_present = False for fix in options.fix: if fix == "all": all_present = True else: explicit.add(fixer_pkg + ".fix_" + fix) requested = avail_fixes.union(explicit) if all_present else explicit else: requested = avail_fixes.union(explicit) fixer_names = requested.difference(unwanted_fixes) input_base_dir = os.path.commonprefix(args) if (input_base_dir and not input_base_dir.endswith(os.sep) and not os.path.isdir(input_base_dir)): # One or more similar names were passed, their directory is the base. # os.path.commonprefix() is ignorant of path elements, this corrects # for that weird API. input_base_dir = os.path.dirname(input_base_dir) if options.output_dir: input_base_dir = input_base_dir.rstrip(os.sep) logger.info('Output in %r will mirror the input directory %r layout.', options.output_dir, input_base_dir) rt = StdoutRefactoringTool( sorted(fixer_names), flags, sorted(explicit), options.nobackups, not options.no_diffs, input_base_dir=input_base_dir, output_dir=options.output_dir, append_suffix=options.add_suffix) # Refactor all files and directories passed as arguments if not rt.errors: if refactor_stdin: rt.refactor_stdin() else: try: rt.refactor(args, options.write, options.doctests_only, options.processes) except refactor.MultiprocessingUnsupported: assert options.processes > 1 print >> sys.stderr, "Sorry, -j isn't " \ "supported on this platform." return 1 rt.summarize() # Return error status (0 if rt.errors is zero) return int(bool(rt.errors))
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NVIDIA-AI-IOT/deepstream_360_d_smart_parking_application
b9b1f9e9aa84e379c573063fc5622ef50d38898d
tracker/code/mctrack/mctracker.py
python
MulticamTracker.select_rep_member_from_list
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def select_rep_member_from_list(self, json_list): """ This method selects one representative dict from the list of vehicle detections (in json_list) Returns: [dict] -- A representative day2 schema dictionary of selected representative vehicle detection """ retval = None if json_list: retval = json_list[0] pref = 100 min_obj_id = None for ele in json_list: # 1st pref = entry/exit # 2nd pref = one with videopath if ele["event"]["type"] in ["entry", "exit"]: retval = ele pref = 1 elif(pref > 1) and (ele["videoPath"] != ""): retval = ele pref = 2 elif(pref > 2) and (min_obj_id is None or min_obj_id > ele["object"]["id"]): retval = ele min_obj_id = ele["object"]["id"] pref = 3 return retval
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agora_site/misc/utils.py
python
rest
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Converts a RPC-like call to something like a HttpRequest, passes it to the right view function (via django's url resolver) and returns the result.
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def rest(path, query={}, data={}, headers={}, method="GET", request=None): """ Converts a RPC-like call to something like a HttpRequest, passes it to the right view function (via django's url resolver) and returns the result. Args: path: a uri-like string representing an API endpoint. e.g. /resource/27. /api/v2/ is automatically prepended to the path. query: dictionary of GET-like query parameters to pass to view data: dictionary of POST-like parameters to pass to view headers: dictionary of extra headers to pass to view (will end up in request.META) method: HTTP verb for the emulated request Returns: a tuple of (status, content): status: integer representing an HTTP response code content: string, body of response; may be empty """ #adjust for lack of trailing slash, just in case if path[-1] != '/': path += '/' hreq = FakeHttpRequest() hreq.path = '/api/v1' + path hreq.GET = query if isinstance(data, basestring): hreq.POST = customstr(data) else: hreq.POST = customstr(json.dumps(data)) hreq.META = headers hreq.method = method if request: hreq.user = request.user try: view = resolve(hreq.path) res = view.func(hreq, *view.args, **view.kwargs) except Resolver404: return (404, '') #container is the untouched content before HttpResponse mangles it return (res.status_code, res._container)
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src/backend/tools/py.CLI/caliopen_cli/commands/setup_storage.py
python
setup_storage
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Create cassandra models.
Create cassandra models.
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def setup_storage(settings=None): """Create cassandra models.""" from caliopen_storage.core import core_registry # Make discovery happen from caliopen_main.user.core import User from caliopen_main.user.core import (UserIdentity, IdentityLookup, IdentityTypeLookup) from caliopen_main.contact.objects.contact import Contact from caliopen_main.message.objects.message import Message from caliopen_main.common.objects.tag import ResourceTag from caliopen_main.device.core import Device from caliopen_main.notification.core import Notification, NotificationTtl from caliopen_main.protocol.core import Provider from cassandra.cqlengine.management import sync_table, \ create_keyspace_simple keyspace = Configuration('global').get('cassandra.keyspace') if not keyspace: raise Exception('Configuration missing for cassandra keyspace') # XXX tofix : define strategy and replication_factor in configuration create_keyspace_simple(keyspace, 1) for name, kls in core_registry.items(): log.info('Creating cassandra model %s' % name) if hasattr(kls._model_class, 'pk'): # XXX find a better way to detect model from udt sync_table(kls._model_class)
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deps/npm/node_modules/node-gyp/gyp/pylib/gyp/msvs_emulation.py
python
MsvsSettings.AdjustMidlIncludeDirs
(self, midl_include_dirs, config)
return [self.ConvertVSMacros(p, config=config) for p in includes]
Updates midl_include_dirs to expand VS specific paths, and adds the system include dirs used for platform SDK and similar.
Updates midl_include_dirs to expand VS specific paths, and adds the system include dirs used for platform SDK and similar.
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def AdjustMidlIncludeDirs(self, midl_include_dirs, config): """Updates midl_include_dirs to expand VS specific paths, and adds the system include dirs used for platform SDK and similar.""" config = self._TargetConfig(config) includes = midl_include_dirs + self.msvs_system_include_dirs[config] includes.extend(self._Setting( ('VCMIDLTool', 'AdditionalIncludeDirectories'), config, default=[])) return [self.ConvertVSMacros(p, config=config) for p in includes]
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replit-archive/jsrepl
36d79b6288ca5d26208e8bade2a168c6ebcb2376
extern/python/reloop-closured/lib/python2.7/smtplib.py
python
SMTP.starttls
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return (resp, reply)
Puts the connection to the SMTP server into TLS mode. If there has been no previous EHLO or HELO command this session, this method tries ESMTP EHLO first. If the server supports TLS, this will encrypt the rest of the SMTP session. If you provide the keyfile and certfile parameters, the identity of the SMTP server and client can be checked. This, however, depends on whether the socket module really checks the certificates. This method may raise the following exceptions: SMTPHeloError The server didn't reply properly to the helo greeting.
Puts the connection to the SMTP server into TLS mode.
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def starttls(self, keyfile=None, certfile=None): """Puts the connection to the SMTP server into TLS mode. If there has been no previous EHLO or HELO command this session, this method tries ESMTP EHLO first. If the server supports TLS, this will encrypt the rest of the SMTP session. If you provide the keyfile and certfile parameters, the identity of the SMTP server and client can be checked. This, however, depends on whether the socket module really checks the certificates. This method may raise the following exceptions: SMTPHeloError The server didn't reply properly to the helo greeting. """ self.ehlo_or_helo_if_needed() if not self.has_extn("starttls"): raise SMTPException("STARTTLS extension not supported by server.") (resp, reply) = self.docmd("STARTTLS") if resp == 220: if not _have_ssl: raise RuntimeError("No SSL support included in this Python") self.sock = ssl.wrap_socket(self.sock, keyfile, certfile) self.file = SSLFakeFile(self.sock) # RFC 3207: # The client MUST discard any knowledge obtained from # the server, such as the list of SMTP service extensions, # which was not obtained from the TLS negotiation itself. self.helo_resp = None self.ehlo_resp = None self.esmtp_features = {} self.does_esmtp = 0 return (resp, reply)
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replit-archive/jsrepl
36d79b6288ca5d26208e8bade2a168c6ebcb2376
extern/python/closured/lib/python2.7/collections.py
python
Counter.__missing__
(self, key)
return 0
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The count of elements not in the Counter is zero.
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nkrode/RedisLive
e1d7763baee558ce4681b7764025d38df5ee5798
src/dataprovider/redisprovider.py
python
RedisStatsProvider.save_info_command
(self, server, timestamp, info)
Save Redis info command dump Args: server (str): id of server timestamp (datetime): Timestamp. info (dict): The result of a Redis INFO command.
Save Redis info command dump
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def save_info_command(self, server, timestamp, info): """Save Redis info command dump Args: server (str): id of server timestamp (datetime): Timestamp. info (dict): The result of a Redis INFO command. """ self.conn.set(server + ":Info", json.dumps(info))
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replit-archive/jsrepl
36d79b6288ca5d26208e8bade2a168c6ebcb2376
extern/python/reloop-closured/lib/python2.7/random.py
python
WichmannHill.seed
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Initialize internal state from hashable object. None or no argument seeds from current time or from an operating system specific randomness source if available. If a is not None or an int or long, hash(a) is used instead. If a is an int or long, a is used directly. Distinct values between 0 and 27814431486575L inclusive are guaranteed to yield distinct internal states (this guarantee is specific to the default Wichmann-Hill generator).
Initialize internal state from hashable object.
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def seed(self, a=None): """Initialize internal state from hashable object. None or no argument seeds from current time or from an operating system specific randomness source if available. If a is not None or an int or long, hash(a) is used instead. If a is an int or long, a is used directly. Distinct values between 0 and 27814431486575L inclusive are guaranteed to yield distinct internal states (this guarantee is specific to the default Wichmann-Hill generator). """ if a is None: try: a = long(_hexlify(_urandom(16)), 16) except NotImplementedError: import time a = long(time.time() * 256) # use fractional seconds if not isinstance(a, (int, long)): a = hash(a) a, x = divmod(a, 30268) a, y = divmod(a, 30306) a, z = divmod(a, 30322) self._seed = int(x)+1, int(y)+1, int(z)+1 self.gauss_next = None
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atom-community/ide-python
c046f9c2421713b34baa22648235541c5bb284fe
dist/debugger/VendorLib/vs-py-debugger/pythonFiles/experimental/ptvsd/ptvsd/_vendored/pydevd/pydevd_attach_to_process/winappdbg/win32/user32.py
python
Point._as_parameter_
(self)
return POINT(self.x, self.y)
Compatibility with ctypes. Allows passing transparently a Point object to an API call.
Compatibility with ctypes. Allows passing transparently a Point object to an API call.
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TeamvisionCorp/TeamVision
aa2a57469e430ff50cce21174d8f280efa0a83a7
distribute/0.0.4/build_shell/teamvision/teamvision/issue/views/dashboard_view.py
python
index
(request,env_id)
return page_worker.get_dashboard_index(request,"all")
index page
index page
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def index(request,env_id): ''' index page''' page_worker=ENVDashBoardPageWorker(request) return page_worker.get_dashboard_index(request,"all")
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aaPanel/aaPanel
d2a66661dbd66948cce5a074214257550aec91ee
class/pyotp/totp.py
python
TOTP.__init__
(self, *args, **kwargs)
:param interval: the time interval in seconds for OTP. This defaults to 30. :type interval: int
:param interval: the time interval in seconds for OTP. This defaults to 30. :type interval: int
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Nexedi/erp5
44df1959c0e21576cf5e9803d602d95efb4b695b
product/Zelenium/zuite.py
python
Zuite._getZipFile
( self, include_selenium=True )
return stream.getvalue()
Generate a zip file containing both tests and scaffolding.
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def _getZipFile( self, include_selenium=True ): """ Generate a zip file containing both tests and scaffolding. """ stream = StringIO.StringIO() archive = zipfile.ZipFile( stream, 'w' ) def convertToBytes(body): if isinstance(body, types.UnicodeType): return body.encode(_DEFAULTENCODING) else: return body archive.writestr( 'index.html' , convertToBytes(self.index_html( suite_name='testSuite.html' ) ) ) test_cases = self.listTestCases() paths = { '' : [] } def _ensurePath( prefix, element ): elements = paths.setdefault( prefix, [] ) if element not in elements: elements.append( element ) for info in test_cases: # ensure suffixes path = self._getFilename( info[ 'path' ] ) info[ 'path' ] = path info[ 'url' ] = self._getFilename( info[ 'url' ] ) elements = path.split( os.path.sep ) _ensurePath( '', elements[ 0 ] ) for i in range( 1, len( elements ) ): prefix = '/'.join( elements[ : i ] ) _ensurePath( prefix, elements[ i ] ) archive.writestr( 'testSuite.html' , convertToBytes(self.test_suite_html( test_cases=test_cases ) ) ) for pathname, filenames in paths.items(): if pathname == '': filename = '.objects' else: filename = '%s/.objects' % pathname archive.writestr( convertToBytes(filename) , convertToBytes(u'\n'.join( filenames ) ) ) for info in test_cases: test_case = info[ 'test_case' ] if getattr( test_case, '__call__', None ) is not None: body = test_case() # XXX: DTML? else: body = test_case.manage_FTPget() archive.writestr( convertToBytes(info[ 'path' ]) , convertToBytes(body) ) if include_selenium: for k, v in _SUPPORT_FILES.items(): archive.writestr( convertToBytes(k), convertToBytes(v.__of__(self).manage_FTPget() ) ) archive.close() return stream.getvalue()
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carlosperate/ardublockly
04fa48273b5651386d0ef1ce6dd446795ffc2594
ardublocklyserver/local-packages/serial/threaded/__init__.py
python
LineReader.handle_line
(self, line)
Process one line - to be overridden by subclassing
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aws-samples/aws-lex-web-ui
370f11286062957faf51448cb3bd93c5776be8e0
templates/custom-resources/lex-manager.py
python
get_parsed_args
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return args
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Parse arguments passed when running as a shell script
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replit-archive/jsrepl
36d79b6288ca5d26208e8bade2a168c6ebcb2376
extern/python/unclosured/lib/python2.7/ftplib.py
python
FTP.size
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Retrieve the size of a file.
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def size(self, filename): '''Retrieve the size of a file.''' # The SIZE command is defined in RFC-3659 resp = self.sendcmd('SIZE ' + filename) if resp[:3] == '213': s = resp[3:].strip() try: return int(s) except (OverflowError, ValueError): return long(s)
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mozilla/spidernode
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deps/npm/node_modules/node-gyp/gyp/pylib/gyp/generator/msvs.py
python
_ValidateSourcesForMSVSProject
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Makes sure if duplicate basenames are not specified in the source list. Arguments: spec: The target dictionary containing the properties of the target. version: The VisualStudioVersion object.
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def _ValidateSourcesForMSVSProject(spec, version): """Makes sure if duplicate basenames are not specified in the source list. Arguments: spec: The target dictionary containing the properties of the target. version: The VisualStudioVersion object. """ # This validation should not be applied to MSVC2010 and later. assert not version.UsesVcxproj() # TODO: Check if MSVC allows this for loadable_module targets. if spec.get('type', None) not in ('static_library', 'shared_library'): return sources = spec.get('sources', []) basenames = {} for source in sources: name, ext = os.path.splitext(source) is_compiled_file = ext in [ '.c', '.cc', '.cpp', '.cxx', '.m', '.mm', '.s', '.S'] if not is_compiled_file: continue basename = os.path.basename(name) # Don't include extension. basenames.setdefault(basename, []).append(source) error = '' for basename, files in basenames.iteritems(): if len(files) > 1: error += ' %s: %s\n' % (basename, ' '.join(files)) if error: print('static library %s has several files with the same basename:\n' % spec['target_name'] + error + 'MSVC08 cannot handle that.') raise GypError('Duplicate basenames in sources section, see list above')
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atom-community/ide-python
c046f9c2421713b34baa22648235541c5bb284fe
dist/debugger/VendorLib/vs-py-debugger/pythonFiles/PythonTools/visualstudio_py_repl.py
python
ReplBackend.run_command
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runs the specified command which is a string containing code
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depjs/dep
cb8def92812d80b1fd8e5ffbbc1ae129a207fff6
node_modules/node-gyp/gyp/pylib/gyp/generator/ninja.py
python
NinjaWriter.GypPathToNinja
(self, path, env=None)
return os.path.normpath(os.path.join(self.build_to_base, path))
Translate a gyp path to a ninja path, optionally expanding environment variable references in |path| with |env|. See the above discourse on path conversions.
Translate a gyp path to a ninja path, optionally expanding environment variable references in |path| with |env|.
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def GypPathToNinja(self, path, env=None): """Translate a gyp path to a ninja path, optionally expanding environment variable references in |path| with |env|. See the above discourse on path conversions.""" if env: if self.flavor == "mac": path = gyp.xcode_emulation.ExpandEnvVars(path, env) elif self.flavor == "win": path = gyp.msvs_emulation.ExpandMacros(path, env) if path.startswith("$!"): expanded = self.ExpandSpecial(path) if self.flavor == "win": expanded = os.path.normpath(expanded) return expanded if "$|" in path: path = self.ExpandSpecial(path) assert "$" not in path, path return os.path.normpath(os.path.join(self.build_to_base, path))
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ipython-contrib/jupyter_contrib_nbextensions
a186b18efaa1f55fba64f08cd9d8bf85cba56d25
src/jupyter_contrib_nbextensions/application.py
python
BaseContribNbextensionsApp._log_datefmt_default
(self)
return "%H:%M:%S"
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ivendrov/order-embedding
2057e6056a887ea00d304fc43a8a7e4810f4d669
utils.py
python
ortho_weight
(ndim)
return u.astype('float32')
Orthogonal weight init, for recurrent layers
Orthogonal weight init, for recurrent layers
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def ortho_weight(ndim): """ Orthogonal weight init, for recurrent layers """ W = numpy.random.randn(ndim, ndim) u, s, v = numpy.linalg.svd(W) return u.astype('float32')
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wtx358/wtxlog
5e0dd09309ff98b26009a9eac48b01afd344cd99
wtxlog/main/views.py
python
upload
()
return json.dumps(result)
文件上传函数
文件上传函数
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def upload(): ''' 文件上传函数 ''' result = {"err": "", "msg": {"url": "", "localfile": ""}} fname = '' fext = '' data = None if request.method == 'POST' and 'filedata' in request.files: # 传统上传模式,IE浏览器使用这种模式 fileobj = request.files['filedata'] result["msg"]["localfile"] = fileobj.filename fname, fext = os.path.splitext(fileobj.filename) data = fileobj.read() elif 'CONTENT_DISPOSITION' in request.headers: # HTML5上传模式,FIREFOX等默认使用此模式 pattern = re.compile(r"""\s.*?\s?filename\s*=\s*['|"]?([^\s'"]+).*?""", re.I) _d = request.headers.get('CONTENT_DISPOSITION').encode('utf-8') if urllib.quote(_d).count('%25') > 0: _d = urllib.unquote(_d) filenames = pattern.findall(_d) if len(filenames) == 1: result["msg"]["localfile"] = urllib.unquote(filenames[0]) fname, fext = os.path.splitext(filenames[0]) data = request.data ONLINE = False if ONLINE: obj = SaveUploadFile(fext, data) url = obj.save() result["msg"]["url"] = '!%s' % url else: obj = SaveUploadFile(fext, data) url = obj.save() result["msg"]["url"] = '!%s' % url pass return json.dumps(result)
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liftoff/GateOne
6ae1d01f7fe21e2703bdf982df7353e7bb81a500
termio/termio.py
python
MultiplexPOSIXIOLoop._write
(self, chars)
Writes *chars* to `self.fd` (pretty straightforward). If IOError or OSError exceptions are encountered, will run `terminate`. All other exceptions are logged but no action will be taken.
Writes *chars* to `self.fd` (pretty straightforward). If IOError or OSError exceptions are encountered, will run `terminate`. All other exceptions are logged but no action will be taken.
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replit-archive/jsrepl
36d79b6288ca5d26208e8bade2a168c6ebcb2376
extern/python/unclosured/lib/python2.7/mailbox.py
python
Babyl.__setitem__
(self, key, message)
Replace the keyed message; raise KeyError if it doesn't exist.
Replace the keyed message; raise KeyError if it doesn't exist.
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def __setitem__(self, key, message): """Replace the keyed message; raise KeyError if it doesn't exist.""" _singlefileMailbox.__setitem__(self, key, message) if isinstance(message, BabylMessage): self._labels[key] = message.get_labels()
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liftoff/GateOne
6ae1d01f7fe21e2703bdf982df7353e7bb81a500
termio/termio.py
python
MultiplexPOSIXIOLoop._read
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return result
Reads at most *bytes* from the incoming stream, writes the result to the terminal emulator using `term_write`, and returns what was read. If *bytes* is -1 (default) it will read `self.fd` until there's no more output. Returns the result of all that reading. .. note:: Non-blocking.
Reads at most *bytes* from the incoming stream, writes the result to the terminal emulator using `term_write`, and returns what was read. If *bytes* is -1 (default) it will read `self.fd` until there's no more output.
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def _read(self, bytes=-1): """ Reads at most *bytes* from the incoming stream, writes the result to the terminal emulator using `term_write`, and returns what was read. If *bytes* is -1 (default) it will read `self.fd` until there's no more output. Returns the result of all that reading. .. note:: Non-blocking. """ # Commented out because it can be really noisy. Uncomment only if you # *really* need to debug this method. #logging.debug("MultiplexPOSIXIOLoop._read()") result = b"" def restore_capture_limit(): self.capture_limit = -1 self.restore_rate = None try: with io.open(self.fd, 'rb', closefd=False, buffering=0) as reader: if bytes == -1: # 2 seconds of blocking is too much. timeout = timedelta(seconds=2) loop_start = datetime.now() if self.ctrl_c_pressed: # If the user pressed Ctrl-C and the ratelimiter was # engaged then we'd best discard the (possibly huge) # buffer so we don't waste CPU cyles processing it. reader.read(-1) self.ctrl_c_pressed = False return u'^C\n' # Let the user know what happened if self.restore_rate: # Need at least three seconds of inactivity to go back # to unlimited reads self.io_loop.remove_timeout(self.restore_rate) self.restore_rate = self.io_loop.add_timeout( timedelta(seconds=6), restore_capture_limit) while True: updated = reader.read(self.capture_limit) if not updated: break result += updated self.term_write(updated) if self.ratelimiter_engaged or self.capture_ratelimiter: break # Only allow one read per IOLoop loop if self.capture_limit == 2048: # Block for a little while: Enough to keep things # moving but not fast enough to slow everyone else # down self._blocked_io_handler(wait=1000) break if datetime.now() - loop_start > timeout: # Engage the rate limiter if self.term.capture: self.capture_ratelimiter = True self.capture_limit = 65536 # Make sure we eventually get back to defaults: self.io_loop.add_timeout( timedelta(seconds=10), restore_capture_limit) # NOTE: The capture_ratelimiter doesn't remove # self.fd from the IOLoop (that's the diff) else: # Set the capture limit to a smaller value so # when we re-start output again the noisy # program won't be able to take over again. self.capture_limit = 2048 self.restore_rate = self.io_loop.add_timeout( timedelta(seconds=6), restore_capture_limit) self._blocked_io_handler() break elif bytes: result = reader.read(bytes) self.term_write(result) except IOError as e: # IOErrors can happen when self.fd is closed before we finish # reading from it. Not a big deal. pass except OSError as e: logging.error("Got exception in read: %s" % repr(e)) # This can be useful in debugging: #except Exception as e: #import traceback #logging.error( #"Got unhandled exception in read (???): %s" % repr(e)) #traceback.print_exc(file=sys.stdout) #if self.isalive(): #self.terminate() if self.debug: if result: print("_read(): %s" % repr(result)) return result
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romanvm/django-tinymce4-lite
eef7af8ff6e9de844e14e89b084b86c4b2ba8eba
tinymce/views.py
python
spell_check
(request)
return JsonResponse(output, status=status)
Implements the TinyMCE 4 spellchecker protocol :param request: Django http request with JSON-RPC payload from TinyMCE 4 containing a language code and a text to check for errors. :type request: django.http.request.HttpRequest :return: Django http response containing JSON-RPC payload with spellcheck results for TinyMCE 4 :rtype: django.http.JsonResponse
Implements the TinyMCE 4 spellchecker protocol
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def spell_check(request): """ Implements the TinyMCE 4 spellchecker protocol :param request: Django http request with JSON-RPC payload from TinyMCE 4 containing a language code and a text to check for errors. :type request: django.http.request.HttpRequest :return: Django http response containing JSON-RPC payload with spellcheck results for TinyMCE 4 :rtype: django.http.JsonResponse """ data = json.loads(request.body.decode('utf-8')) output = {'id': data['id']} error = None status = 200 try: if data['params']['lang'] not in list_languages(): error = 'Missing {0} dictionary!'.format(data['params']['lang']) raise LookupError(error) spell_checker = checker.SpellChecker(data['params']['lang']) spell_checker.set_text(strip_tags(data['params']['text'])) output['result'] = {spell_checker.word: spell_checker.suggest() for err in spell_checker} except NameError: error = 'The pyenchant package is not installed!' logger.exception(error) except LookupError: logger.exception(error) except Exception: error = 'Unknown error!' logger.exception(error) if error is not None: output['error'] = error status = 500 return JsonResponse(output, status=status)
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KevinFasusi/supplychainpy
5bffccf9383045eace82ee1d21ca49e1ecdd7d22
supplychainpy/bot/_controller.py
python
revenue_controller
(uri: str, direction: str = None, sku_id: str = None)
return tuple(result)
Retrieves SKUs which generate revenue. Args: uri (str): Database connection string. direction (str): Indication of sort direction. sku_id (str): SKU unique id. Returns: tuple: Result.
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def revenue_controller(uri: str, direction: str = None, sku_id: str = None) -> tuple: """ Retrieves SKUs which generate revenue. Args: uri (str): Database connection string. direction (str): Indication of sort direction. sku_id (str): SKU unique id. Returns: tuple: Result. """ meta = MetaData() connection = engine(uri) inventory_analysis = Table('inventory_analysis', meta, autoload=True, autoload_with=connection) if direction == 'smallest': skus = select([inventory_analysis.columns.sku_id, inventory_analysis.columns.revenue, func.min(inventory_analysis.columns.revenue)]) else: skus = select([inventory_analysis.columns.sku_id, inventory_analysis.columns.revenue, func.max(inventory_analysis.columns.revenue)]) rp = connection.execute(skus) result = [] sku_id = "" for i in rp: sku_id = str(i['sku_id']) result.append((i['sku_id'], i['revenue'])) rp.close() # print(sku_id) msk_table = Table('master_sku_list', meta, autoload=True, autoload_with=connection) skus = select([msk_table.columns.id, msk_table.columns.sku_id]).where(msk_table.columns.id == sku_id) rp = connection.execute(skus) for i in rp: result.append(i['sku_id']) rp.close() return tuple(result)
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fusionbox/django-widgy
e524e1c5bf14b056a4baf01298e39c0873d6130f
widgy/models/base.py
python
Content.valid_parent_of
(self, cls, obj=None)
return self.accepting_children
Given a content class, can it be _added_ as our child? Note: this does not apply to _existing_ children (adoption)
Given a content class, can it be _added_ as our child? Note: this does not apply to _existing_ children (adoption)
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def valid_parent_of(self, cls, obj=None): """ Given a content class, can it be _added_ as our child? Note: this does not apply to _existing_ children (adoption) """ return self.accepting_children
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nodejs/node
ac3c33c1646bf46104c15ae035982c06364da9b8
tools/inspector_protocol/jinja2/idtracking.py
python
FrameSymbolVisitor.visit_Name
(self, node, store_as_param=False, **kwargs)
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def visit_Name(self, node, store_as_param=False, **kwargs): """All assignments to names go through this function.""" if store_as_param or node.ctx == 'param': self.symbols.declare_parameter(node.name) elif node.ctx == 'store': self.symbols.store(node.name) elif node.ctx == 'load': self.symbols.load(node.name)
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microsoft/pai
b3c196f3355a265322c3804cabfcea82cbffa2db
src/job-exporter/src/collector.py
python
ContainerCollector.infer_service_name
(cls, container_name)
return None
try to infer service name from container_name, if it's container not belongs to pai service, will return None
try to infer service name from container_name, if it's container not belongs to pai service, will return None
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def infer_service_name(cls, container_name): """ try to infer service name from container_name, if it's container not belongs to pai service, will return None """ if container_name.startswith("k8s_POD_"): # this is empty container created by k8s for pod return None # TODO speed this up, since this is O(n^2) for service_name in cls.pai_services: if container_name.startswith(service_name): return service_name[4:] # remove "k8s_" prefix return None
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xl7dev/BurpSuite
d1d4bd4981a87f2f4c0c9744ad7c476336c813da
Extender/Sqlmap/lib/core/common.py
python
paramToDict
(place, parameters=None)
return testableParameters
Split the parameters into names and values, check if these parameters are within the testable parameters and return in a dictionary.
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def paramToDict(place, parameters=None): """ Split the parameters into names and values, check if these parameters are within the testable parameters and return in a dictionary. """ testableParameters = OrderedDict() if place in conf.parameters and not parameters: parameters = conf.parameters[place] parameters = parameters.replace(", ", ",") parameters = re.sub(r"&(\w{1,4});", r"%s\g<1>%s" % (PARAMETER_AMP_MARKER, PARAMETER_SEMICOLON_MARKER), parameters) if place == PLACE.COOKIE: splitParams = parameters.split(conf.cookieDel or DEFAULT_COOKIE_DELIMITER) else: splitParams = parameters.split(conf.paramDel or DEFAULT_GET_POST_DELIMITER) for element in splitParams: element = re.sub(r"%s(.+?)%s" % (PARAMETER_AMP_MARKER, PARAMETER_SEMICOLON_MARKER), r"&\g<1>;", element) parts = element.split("=") if len(parts) >= 2: parameter = urldecode(parts[0].replace(" ", "")) if not parameter: continue if conf.paramDel and conf.paramDel == '\n': parts[-1] = parts[-1].rstrip() condition = not conf.testParameter condition |= parameter in conf.testParameter condition |= place == PLACE.COOKIE and len(intersect((PLACE.COOKIE,), conf.testParameter, True)) > 0 if condition: testableParameters[parameter] = "=".join(parts[1:]) if not conf.multipleTargets and not (conf.csrfToken and parameter == conf.csrfToken): _ = urldecode(testableParameters[parameter], convall=True) if (_.strip(DUMMY_SQL_INJECTION_CHARS) != _\ or re.search(r'\A9{3,}', _) or re.search(DUMMY_USER_INJECTION, _))\ and not parameter.upper().startswith(GOOGLE_ANALYTICS_COOKIE_PREFIX): warnMsg = "it appears that you have provided tainted parameter values " warnMsg += "('%s') with most probably leftover " % element warnMsg += "chars/statements from manual SQL injection test(s). " warnMsg += "Please, always use only valid parameter values " warnMsg += "so sqlmap could be able to run properly" logger.warn(warnMsg) message = "are you sure you want to continue? [y/N] " test = readInput(message, default="N") if test[0] not in ("y", "Y"): raise SqlmapSilentQuitException elif not _: warnMsg = "provided value for parameter '%s' is empty. " % parameter warnMsg += "Please, always use only valid parameter values " warnMsg += "so sqlmap could be able to run properly" logger.warn(warnMsg) if conf.testParameter and not testableParameters: paramStr = ", ".join(test for test in conf.testParameter) if len(conf.testParameter) > 1: warnMsg = "provided parameters '%s' " % paramStr warnMsg += "are not inside the %s" % place logger.warn(warnMsg) else: parameter = conf.testParameter[0] if not intersect(USER_AGENT_ALIASES + REFERER_ALIASES + HOST_ALIASES, parameter, True): debugMsg = "provided parameter '%s' " % paramStr debugMsg += "is not inside the %s" % place logger.debug(debugMsg) elif len(conf.testParameter) != len(testableParameters.keys()): for parameter in conf.testParameter: if parameter not in testableParameters: debugMsg = "provided parameter '%s' " % parameter debugMsg += "is not inside the %s" % place logger.debug(debugMsg) if testableParameters: for parameter, value in testableParameters.items(): if value and not value.isdigit(): for encoding in ("hex", "base64"): try: decoded = value.decode(encoding) if len(decoded) > MIN_ENCODED_LEN_CHECK and all(_ in string.printable for _ in decoded): warnMsg = "provided parameter '%s' " % parameter warnMsg += "seems to be '%s' encoded" % encoding logger.warn(warnMsg) break except: pass return testableParameters
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nodejs/node-chakracore
770c8dcd1bc3e0fce2d4497b4eec3fe49d829d43
deps/npm/node_modules/node-gyp/gyp/pylib/gyp/msvs_emulation.py
python
MsvsSettings.AdjustIncludeDirs
(self, include_dirs, config)
return [self.ConvertVSMacros(p, config=config) for p in includes]
Updates include_dirs to expand VS specific paths, and adds the system include dirs used for platform SDK and similar.
Updates include_dirs to expand VS specific paths, and adds the system include dirs used for platform SDK and similar.
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def AdjustIncludeDirs(self, include_dirs, config): """Updates include_dirs to expand VS specific paths, and adds the system include dirs used for platform SDK and similar.""" config = self._TargetConfig(config) includes = include_dirs + self.msvs_system_include_dirs[config] includes.extend(self._Setting( ('VCCLCompilerTool', 'AdditionalIncludeDirectories'), config, default=[])) return [self.ConvertVSMacros(p, config=config) for p in includes]
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Opentrons/opentrons
466e0567065d8773a81c25cd1b5c7998e00adf2c
api/src/opentrons/hardware_control/pipette.py
python
Pipette.working_volume
(self, tip_volume: float)
The working volume is the current tip max volume
The working volume is the current tip max volume
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def working_volume(self, tip_volume: float): """The working volume is the current tip max volume""" self._working_volume = min(self.config.max_volume, tip_volume)
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phith0n/Minos
1c98fb367121df1e8b8e7a20ea7de391df583e8f
extends/torndsession/session.py
python
SessionManager.expires
(self)
return self._expires
The session object lifetime on server. this property could not be used to cookie expires setting.
The session object lifetime on server. this property could not be used to cookie expires setting.
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def expires(self): """ The session object lifetime on server. this property could not be used to cookie expires setting. """ if not hasattr(self, '_expires'): self.__init_session_object() return self._expires
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patrickfuller/jgraph
7297450f26ae8cba21914668a5aaa755de8aa14d
python/notebook.py
python
draw
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Draws an interactive 3D visualization of the inputted graph. Args: data: Either an adjacency list of tuples (ie. [(1,2),...]) or object size: (Optional) Dimensions of visualization, in pixels node_size: (Optional) Defaults to 2.0 edge_size: (Optional) Defaults to 0.25 default_node_color: (Optional) If loading data without specified 'color' properties, this will be used. Default is 0x5bc0de default_edge_color: (Optional) If loading data without specified 'color' properties, this will be used. Default is 0xaaaaaa z: (Optional) Starting z position of the camera. Default is 100. shader: (Optional) Specifies shading algorithm to use. Can be 'toon', 'basic', 'phong', or 'lambert'. Default is 'basic'. optimize: (Optional) Runs a force-directed layout algorithm on the graph. Default True. directed: (Optional) Includes arrows on edges to indicate direction. Default True. display_html: If True (default), embed the html in a IPython display. If False, return the html as a string. show_save: If True, displays a save icon for rendering graph as an image. Inputting an adjacency list into `data` results in a 'default' graph type. For more customization, use the more expressive object format.
Draws an interactive 3D visualization of the inputted graph.
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def draw(data, size=(600, 400), node_size=2.0, edge_size=0.25, default_node_color=0x5bc0de, default_edge_color=0xaaaaaa, z=100, shader='basic', optimize=True, directed=True, display_html=True, show_save=False): """Draws an interactive 3D visualization of the inputted graph. Args: data: Either an adjacency list of tuples (ie. [(1,2),...]) or object size: (Optional) Dimensions of visualization, in pixels node_size: (Optional) Defaults to 2.0 edge_size: (Optional) Defaults to 0.25 default_node_color: (Optional) If loading data without specified 'color' properties, this will be used. Default is 0x5bc0de default_edge_color: (Optional) If loading data without specified 'color' properties, this will be used. Default is 0xaaaaaa z: (Optional) Starting z position of the camera. Default is 100. shader: (Optional) Specifies shading algorithm to use. Can be 'toon', 'basic', 'phong', or 'lambert'. Default is 'basic'. optimize: (Optional) Runs a force-directed layout algorithm on the graph. Default True. directed: (Optional) Includes arrows on edges to indicate direction. Default True. display_html: If True (default), embed the html in a IPython display. If False, return the html as a string. show_save: If True, displays a save icon for rendering graph as an image. Inputting an adjacency list into `data` results in a 'default' graph type. For more customization, use the more expressive object format. """ # Catch errors on string-based input before getting js involved shader_options = ['toon', 'basic', 'phong', 'lambert'] if shader not in shader_options: raise Exception('Invalid shader! Please use one of: ' + ', '.join(shader_options)) if isinstance(default_edge_color, int): default_edge_color = hex(default_edge_color) if isinstance(default_node_color, int): default_node_color = hex(default_node_color) # Guess the input format and handle accordingly if isinstance(data, list): graph = json_formatter.dumps(generate(data, iterations=1)) elif isinstance(data, dict): # Convert color hex to string for json handling for node_key in data['nodes']: node = data['nodes'][node_key] if 'color' in node and isinstance(node['color'], int): node['color'] = hex(node['color']) for edge in data['edges']: if 'color' in edge and isinstance(edge['color'], int): edge['color'] = hex(edge['color']) graph = json_formatter.dumps(data) else: # Support both files and strings try: with open(data) as in_file: graph = in_file.read() except: graph = data div_id = uuid.uuid4() html = '''<div id="graph-%(id)s"></div> <script type="text/javascript"> require.config({baseUrl: '/', paths: {jgraph: ['%(local)s', '%(remote)s']}}); require(['jgraph'], function () { var $d = $('#graph-%(id)s'); $d.width(%(w)d); $d.height(%(h)d); $d.jgraph = jQuery.extend({}, jgraph); $d.jgraph.create($d, {nodeSize: %(node_size)f, edgeSize: %(edge_size)f, defaultNodeColor: '%(node_color)s', defaultEdgeColor: '%(edge_color)s', shader: '%(shader)s', z: %(z)d, runOptimization: %(optimize)s, directed: %(directed)s, showSave: %(show_save)s}); $d.jgraph.draw(%(graph)s); $d.resizable({ aspectRatio: %(w)d / %(h)d, resize: function (evt, ui) { $d.jgraph.renderer.setSize(ui.size.width, ui.size.height); } }); }); </script>''' % dict(id=div_id, local=local_path[:-3], remote=remote_path[:-3], w=size[0], h=size[1], node_size=node_size, edge_size=edge_size, node_color=default_node_color, edge_color=default_edge_color, shader=shader, z=z, graph=graph, optimize='true' if optimize else 'false', directed='true' if directed else 'false', show_save='true' if show_save else 'false') # Execute js and display the results in a div (see script for more) if display_html: display(HTML(html)) else: return html
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Nexedi/erp5
44df1959c0e21576cf5e9803d602d95efb4b695b
product/ERP5/bootstrap/erp5_core/SkinTemplateItem/portal_skins/erp5_core/Base_validateRelation.py
python
checkSameKeys
(a , b)
return same
Checks if the two lists contain the same values
Checks if the two lists contain the same values
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def checkSameKeys(a , b): """ Checks if the two lists contain the same values """ same = 1 for ka in a: if not ka in b: same = 0 for kb in b: if not kb in a: same = 0 return same
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replit-archive/jsrepl
36d79b6288ca5d26208e8bade2a168c6ebcb2376
extern/python/reloop-closured/lib/python2.7/compiler/visitor.py
python
ASTVisitor.preorder
(self, tree, visitor, *args)
Do preorder walk of tree using visitor
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enkimute/ganja.js
db26a33e34190f1578881a34f4e5bd467907ba87
codegen/python/mink.py
python
MINK.Involute
(a)
return MINK.fromarray(res)
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MINK.Involute Main involution
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def Involute(a): """MINK.Involute Main involution """ res = a.mvec.copy() res[0]=a[0] res[1]=-a[1] res[2]=-a[2] res[3]=a[3] return MINK.fromarray(res)
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deps/npm/node_modules/node-gyp/gyp/pylib/gyp/ordered_dict.py
python
OrderedDict.setdefault
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facebookarchive/nuclide
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modules/atom-ide-debugger-python/VendorLib/vs-py-debugger/pythonFiles/experimental/ptvsd/ptvsd/_vendored/pydevd/third_party/pep8/lib2to3/lib2to3/fixer_util.py
python
find_root
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return node
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Find the top level namespace.
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def find_root(node): """Find the top level namespace.""" # Scamper up to the top level namespace while node.type != syms.file_input: node = node.parent if not node: raise ValueError("root found before file_input node was found.") return node
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opentraveldata/geobases
e9ef3708155cb320684aa710a11d5a228a7d80c0
GeoBaseMain.py
python
scan_coords
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This function tries to interpret the main argument as either coordinates (lat, lng) or a key like ORY.
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def scan_coords(u_input, geob, verbose): """ This function tries to interpret the main argument as either coordinates (lat, lng) or a key like ORY. """ # First we try input a direct key if u_input in geob: coords = geob.getLocation(u_input) if coords is None: error('geocode_unknown', u_input) return coords # Then we try input as geocode try: free_geo = u_input.strip('()') for char in '\\', '"', "'": free_geo = free_geo.replace(char, '') for sep in '^', ';', ',': free_geo = free_geo.replace(sep, ' ') coords = tuple(float(l) for l in free_geo.split()) except ValueError: pass else: if len(coords) == 2 and \ -90 <= coords[0] <= 90 and \ -180 <= coords[1] <= 180: if verbose: print 'Geocode recognized: (%.3f, %.3f)' % coords return coords error('geocode_format', u_input) # All cases failed warn('key', u_input, geob.data, geob.loaded) exit(1)
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harvard-lil/perma
c54ff21b3eee931f5094a7654fdddc9ad90fc29c
perma_web/fabfile/dev.py
python
read_playback_tests
(*filepaths)
Aggregate files from the test_playbacks() task and report count for each type of error.
Aggregate files from the test_playbacks() task and report count for each type of error.
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def read_playback_tests(*filepaths): """ Aggregate files from the test_playbacks() task and report count for each type of error. """ from collections import defaultdict errs = defaultdict(list) prefixes = [ "'ascii' codec can't encode character", "No Captures found for:", "'ascii' codec can't decode byte", "Self Redirect:", "No such file or directory:", "u'", "Skipping Already Failed", "cdx format" ] for filepath in filepaths: for line in open(filepath): parts = line.strip().split("\t", 2) if len(parts) < 3: continue key = parts[2] for prefix in prefixes: if prefix in key: key = prefix break errs[key].append(parts) err_count = 0 for err_type, sub_errs in errs.items(): err_count += len(sub_errs) print(f"{err_type}: {len(sub_errs)}") print("Total:", err_count)
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Southpaw-TACTIC/TACTIC
ba9b87aef0ee3b3ea51446f25b285ebbca06f62c
src/tactic/ui/cgapp/checkin_wdg.py
python
AssetCheckinWdg.get_checkin
(self)
return widget
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korolr/dotfiles
8e46933503ecb8d8651739ffeb1d2d4f0f5c6524
.config/sublime-text-3/Backup/20170602095117/mdpopups/st3/mdpopups/__init__.py
python
scope2style
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return style
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def scope2style(view, scope, selected=False, explicit_background=False): """Convert the scope to a style.""" style = { 'color': None, 'background': None, 'style': '' } obj = _get_scheme(view)[0] style_obj = obj.guess_style(scope, selected, explicit_background) style['color'] = style_obj.fg_simulated style['background'] = style_obj.bg_simulated style['style'] = style_obj.style return style
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atom-community/ide-python
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dist/debugger/VendorLib/vs-py-debugger/pythonFiles/experimental/ptvsd/ptvsd/_vendored/pydevd/third_party/pep8/lib2to3/lib2to3/pytree.py
python
LeafPattern.__init__
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def __init__(self, type=None, content=None, name=None): """ Initializer. Takes optional type, content, and name. The type, if given must be a token type (< 256). If not given, this matches any *leaf* node; the content may still be required. The content, if given, must be a string. If a name is given, the matching node is stored in the results dict under that key. """ if type is not None: assert 0 <= type < 256, type if content is not None: assert isinstance(content, basestring), repr(content) self.type = type self.content = content self.name = name
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nodejs/node-chakracore
770c8dcd1bc3e0fce2d4497b4eec3fe49d829d43
deps/npm/node_modules/node-gyp/gyp/pylib/gyp/ordered_dict.py
python
OrderedDict.viewvalues
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xl7dev/BurpSuite
d1d4bd4981a87f2f4c0c9744ad7c476336c813da
Extender/PT-Manager/XlsxWriter-0.7.3/xlsxwriter/chartsheet.py
python
Chartsheet.protect
(self, password='', options=None)
Set the password and protection options of the worksheet. Args: password: An optional password string. options: A dictionary of worksheet objects to protect. Returns: Nothing.
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def protect(self, password='', options=None): """ Set the password and protection options of the worksheet. Args: password: An optional password string. options: A dictionary of worksheet objects to protect. Returns: Nothing. """ # Overridden from parent worksheet class. if self.chart: self.chart.protection = True else: self.protection = True if not options: options = {} options = options.copy() options['sheet'] = False options['content'] = True options['scenarios'] = True # Call the parent method. super(Chartsheet, self).protect(password, options)
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defunctzombie/libuv.js
04a76a470dfdcad14ea8f19b6f215f205a9214f8
tools/gyp/pylib/gyp/generator/msvs.py
python
_GenerateMSBuildRulePropsFile
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Generate the .props file.
Generate the .props file.
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def _GenerateMSBuildRulePropsFile(props_path, msbuild_rules): """Generate the .props file.""" content = ['Project', {'xmlns': 'http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/msbuild/2003'}] for rule in msbuild_rules: content.extend([ ['PropertyGroup', {'Condition': "'$(%s)' == '' and '$(%s)' == '' and " "'$(ConfigurationType)' != 'Makefile'" % (rule.before_targets, rule.after_targets) }, [rule.before_targets, 'Midl'], [rule.after_targets, 'CustomBuild'], ], ['PropertyGroup', [rule.depends_on, {'Condition': "'$(ConfigurationType)' != 'Makefile'"}, '_SelectedFiles;$(%s)' % rule.depends_on ], ], ['ItemDefinitionGroup', [rule.rule_name, ['CommandLineTemplate', rule.command], ['Outputs', rule.outputs], ['ExecutionDescription', rule.description], ['AdditionalDependencies', rule.additional_dependencies], ], ] ]) easy_xml.WriteXmlIfChanged(content, props_path, pretty=True, win32=True)
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googlearchive/ChromeWebLab
60f964b3f283c15704b7a04b7bb50cb15791e2e4
Sketchbots/sw/labqueue/lask/core/model.py
python
LabDataContainer.__get_new
(cls, *args, **kwargs)
return LabDataContainer( random_block=random.random(), **kwargs )
This is a convenience method for constructing a new LabDataContainer which has a random block assigned.
This is a convenience method for constructing a new LabDataContainer which has a random block assigned.
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def __get_new(cls, *args, **kwargs): """This is a convenience method for constructing a new LabDataContainer which has a random block assigned. """ # all new objects use the latest version of the model kwargs['model_version_used'] = LabDataContainer.LATEST_MODEL_VERSION if 'random_block' in kwargs: del kwargs['random_block'] return LabDataContainer( random_block=random.random(), **kwargs )
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def _GetMSVSConfigurationType(spec, build_file): """Returns the configuration type for this project. It's a number defined by Microsoft. May raise an exception. Args: spec: The target dictionary containing the properties of the target. build_file: The path of the gyp file. Returns: An integer, the configuration type. """ try: config_type = { 'executable': '1', # .exe 'shared_library': '2', # .dll 'loadable_module': '2', # .dll 'static_library': '4', # .lib 'none': '10', # Utility type }[spec['type']] except KeyError: if spec.get('type'): raise GypError('Target type %s is not a valid target type for ' 'target %s in %s.' % (spec['type'], spec['target_name'], build_file)) else: raise GypError('Missing type field for target %s in %s.' % (spec['target_name'], build_file)) return config_type
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pinterest/pinball
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pinball/persistence/store.py
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Southpaw-TACTIC/TACTIC
ba9b87aef0ee3b3ea51446f25b285ebbca06f62c
src/pyasm/web/html_wdg.py
python
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ayojs/ayo
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tools/gyp/pylib/gyp/generator/msvs.py
python
_GetMSBuildPropertyGroup
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def _GetMSBuildPropertyGroup(spec, label, properties): """Returns a PropertyGroup definition for the specified properties. Arguments: spec: The target project dict. label: An optional label for the PropertyGroup. properties: The dictionary to be converted. The key is the name of the property. The value is itself a dictionary; its key is the value and the value a list of condition for which this value is true. """ group = ['PropertyGroup'] if label: group.append({'Label': label}) num_configurations = len(spec['configurations']) def GetEdges(node): # Use a definition of edges such that user_of_variable -> used_varible. # This happens to be easier in this case, since a variable's # definition contains all variables it references in a single string. edges = set() for value in sorted(properties[node].keys()): # Add to edges all $(...) references to variables. # # Variable references that refer to names not in properties are excluded # These can exist for instance to refer built in definitions like # $(SolutionDir). # # Self references are ignored. Self reference is used in a few places to # append to the default value. I.e. PATH=$(PATH);other_path edges.update(set([v for v in MSVS_VARIABLE_REFERENCE.findall(value) if v in properties and v != node])) return edges properties_ordered = gyp.common.TopologicallySorted( properties.keys(), GetEdges) # Walk properties in the reverse of a topological sort on # user_of_variable -> used_variable as this ensures variables are # defined before they are used. # NOTE: reverse(topsort(DAG)) = topsort(reverse_edges(DAG)) for name in reversed(properties_ordered): values = properties[name] for value, conditions in sorted(values.iteritems()): if len(conditions) == num_configurations: # If the value is the same all configurations, # just add one unconditional entry. group.append([name, value]) else: for condition in conditions: group.append([name, {'Condition': condition}, value]) return [group]
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nodejs/quic
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tools/inspector_protocol/jinja2/environment.py
python
Template.from_module_dict
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Creates a template object from a module. This is used by the module loader to create a template object. .. versionadded:: 2.4
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xtk/X
04c1aa856664a8517d23aefd94c470d47130aead
lib/selenium/selenium/webdriver/support/select.py
python
Select.deselect_all
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Clear all selected entries. This is only valid when the SELECT supports multiple selections. throws NotImplementedError If the SELECT does not support multiple selections
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def deselect_all(self): """Clear all selected entries. This is only valid when the SELECT supports multiple selections. throws NotImplementedError If the SELECT does not support multiple selections """ if not self.is_multiple: raise NotImplementedError("You may only deselect all options of a multi-select") for opt in self.options: self._unsetSelected(opt)
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ayojs/ayo
45a1c8cf6384f5bcc81d834343c3ed9d78b97df3
tools/gyp/pylib/gyp/MSVSProject.py
python
Writer.__init__
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Initializes the project. Args: project_path: Path to the project file. version: Format version to emit. name: Name of the project. guid: GUID to use for project, if not None. platforms: Array of string, the supported platforms. If null, ['Win32']
Initializes the project.
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def __init__(self, project_path, version, name, guid=None, platforms=None): """Initializes the project. Args: project_path: Path to the project file. version: Format version to emit. name: Name of the project. guid: GUID to use for project, if not None. platforms: Array of string, the supported platforms. If null, ['Win32'] """ self.project_path = project_path self.version = version self.name = name self.guid = guid # Default to Win32 for platforms. if not platforms: platforms = ['Win32'] # Initialize the specifications of the various sections. self.platform_section = ['Platforms'] for platform in platforms: self.platform_section.append(['Platform', {'Name': platform}]) self.tool_files_section = ['ToolFiles'] self.configurations_section = ['Configurations'] self.files_section = ['Files'] # Keep a dict keyed on filename to speed up access. self.files_dict = dict()
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jeff1evesque/machine-learning
4c54e36f8ebf6a0b481c8aca71a6b3b4010dd4ff
brain/session/base.py
python
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def validate_premodel_settings(self): ''' This method validates the provided settings (not the dataset), that describe the session. ''' settings = self.premodel_data['properties'] error = Validator().validate_settings( self.premodel_data['properties'], self.session_type ) session_type = settings.get('session_type', None) stream = settings.get('stream', None) if stream == 'True' and session_type in ['data_add', 'data_append']: location = settings['session_name'] else: location = session_type if not self.list_error and error: self.list_error.append({ 'error': { 'validation': [{ 'location': location, 'message': error }] } }) elif self.list_error and error: if not self.list_error['error']: self.list_error.append({ 'error': { 'validation': [{ 'location': location, 'message': error }] } }) elif not self.list_error['error']['validation']: self.list_error['error']['validation'] = [{ 'location': location, 'message': error }] else: self.list_error['error']['validation'].append({ 'location': location, 'message': error })
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Southpaw-TACTIC/TACTIC
ba9b87aef0ee3b3ea51446f25b285ebbca06f62c
3rd_party/python2/site-packages/cherrypy/process/plugins.py
python
Monitor.graceful
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Stop the callback's background task thread and restart it.
Stop the callback's background task thread and restart it.
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sherpa-ai/sherpa
ff6466e99717983f9f394ba72b63f17343e32bdc
sherpa/core.py
python
_Runner.update_results
(self)
Get rows from database and check if anything new needs to be added to the results-table.
Get rows from database and check if anything new needs to be added to the results-table.
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def update_results(self): """ Get rows from database and check if anything new needs to be added to the results-table. """ results = self.database.get_new_results() if results != [] and self._all_trials == {}: logger.warning(results) raise ValueError("Found unexpected results. Check the following\n" "(1)\toutput_dir is empty\n" "(2)\tno other database is running on this port.") for r in results: try: # Check if trial has already been collected. new_trial = (r.get('trial_id') not in set(self.study.results['Trial-ID'])) except KeyError: new_trial = True if not new_trial: trial_idxs = self.study.results['Trial-ID'] == r.get('trial_id') trial_rows = self.study.results[trial_idxs] new_observation = (r.get('iteration') not in set(trial_rows['Iteration'])) else: new_observation = True if new_trial or new_observation: # Retrieve the Trial object tid = r.get('trial_id') tdict = self._all_trials[tid] t = tdict.get('trial') self.study.add_observation(trial=t, iteration=r.get('iteration'), objective=r.get('objective'), context=r.get('context'))
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tuan3w/visual_search
62665d4ac58669bad8e7f5ffed18d2914ffa8b01
visual_search/lib/datasets/coco.py
python
coco._load_image_set_index
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return image_ids
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