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src/b/t/BTrees-4.0.8/BTrees/tests/test_OIBTree.py   BTrees(Download)
from .common import itemsToSet
from .common import makeBuilder
from BTrees.IIBTree import using64bits #XXX Ugly, but necessary
 
 

src/b/t/BTrees-4.0.8/BTrees/tests/test_IOBTree.py   BTrees(Download)
from .common import TestLongIntKeys
from .common import makeBuilder
from BTrees.IIBTree import using64bits #XXX Ugly, but unavoidable
 
 

src/b/t/BTrees-4.0.8/BTrees/tests/test_IIBTree.py   BTrees(Download)
from .common import itemsToSet
from .common import makeBuilder
from BTrees.IIBTree import using64bits #XXX Ugly, but unavoidable
 
 

src/b/t/BTrees-4.0.8/BTrees/tests/test_IFBTree.py   BTrees(Download)
from .common import TestLongIntKeys
from .common import makeBuilder
from BTrees.IIBTree import using64bits #XXX Ugly, but unavoidable
 
 

src/b/t/BTrees-4.0.8/BTrees/tests/common.py   BTrees(Download)
    def testLongIntKeysWork(self):
        from BTrees.IIBTree import using64bits
        if not using64bits:
            return
        t = self._makeOne()
    def testLongIntKeysOutOfRange(self):
        from BTrees.IIBTree import using64bits
        if not using64bits:
            return
        o1, o2 = self.getTwoValues()
    def testLongIntValuesWork(self):
        from BTrees.IIBTree import using64bits
        if not using64bits:
            return
        t = self._makeOne()
    def testLongIntValuesOutOfRange(self):
        from BTrees.IIBTree import using64bits
        if not using64bits:
            return
        k1, k2 = self.getTwoKeys()