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    This transform fixes up a few things after parsing
    in order to make the parse tree more suitable for
    transforms.

    a) After parsing, blocks with only one statement will
    be represented by that statement, not by a StatListNode.
    When doing transforms this is annoying and inconsistent,
    as one cannot in general remove a statement in a consistent
    way and so on. This transform wraps any single statements
    in a StatListNode containing a single statement.(more...)

src/c/y/cython-HEAD/Cython/Compiler/Tests/TestVisitor.py   cython(Download)
from Cython.Compiler.ModuleNode import ModuleNode
from Cython.Compiler.Symtab import ModuleScope
from Cython.TestUtils import TransformTest
from Cython.Compiler.Visitor import MethodDispatcherTransform
from Cython.Compiler.ParseTreeTransforms import (
            pipeline = [
                fake_module,
                NormalizeTree(context),
                InterpretCompilerDirectives(context, {}),
                AnalyseDeclarationsTransform(context),

src/c/y/Cython-0.20.1/Cython/Compiler/Tests/TestVisitor.py   Cython(Download)
from Cython.Compiler.ModuleNode import ModuleNode
from Cython.Compiler.Symtab import ModuleScope
from Cython.TestUtils import TransformTest
from Cython.Compiler.Visitor import MethodDispatcherTransform
from Cython.Compiler.ParseTreeTransforms import (
            pipeline = [
                fake_module,
                NormalizeTree(context),
                InterpretCompilerDirectives(context, {}),
                AnalyseDeclarationsTransform(context),

src/c/y/CythonCTypesBackend-HEAD/Cython/CTypesBackend/Tests/TestExternDefTransform.py   CythonCTypesBackend(Download)
from Cython.CTypesBackend.ExternDefTransform import ExternDefTransform
from Cython.Compiler.ParseTreeTransforms import NormalizeTree
from Cython.TestUtils import TransformTest
 
class TestExternDefTransform(TransformTest):