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src/n/e/neutron-drive-HEAD/google_appengine/lib/PyAMF/doc/tutorials/examples/gateways/appengine/demo/shell/gateway.py   neutron-drive(Download)
    # use this request's __builtin__, since it changes on each request.
    # this is needed for import statements, among other things.
    import __builtin__
    statement_module.__builtins__ = __builtin__
 

src/n/e/neutron-drive-HEAD/google_appengine/lib/PyAMF/doc/tutorials/examples/actionscript/shell/python/gateway.py   neutron-drive(Download)
    # use this request's __builtin__, since it changes on each request.
    # this is needed for import statements, among other things.
    import __builtin__
    statement_module.__builtins__ = __builtin__
 

src/p/y/PyAMF-0.6.1/doc/tutorials/examples/gateways/appengine/demo/shell/gateway.py   PyAMF(Download)
    # use this request's __builtin__, since it changes on each request.
    # this is needed for import statements, among other things.
    import __builtin__
    statement_module.__builtins__ = __builtin__
 

src/p/y/pyamf-HEAD/doc/tutorials/examples/gateways/appengine/demo/shell/gateway.py   pyamf(Download)
    # use this request's __builtin__, since it changes on each request.
    # this is needed for import statements, among other things.
    import __builtin__
    statement_module.__builtins__ = __builtin__
 

src/p/y/PyAMF-0.6.1/doc/tutorials/examples/actionscript/shell/python/gateway.py   PyAMF(Download)
    # use this request's __builtin__, since it changes on each request.
    # this is needed for import statements, among other things.
    import __builtin__
    statement_module.__builtins__ = __builtin__
 

src/p/y/pyamf-HEAD/doc/tutorials/examples/actionscript/shell/python/gateway.py   pyamf(Download)
    # use this request's __builtin__, since it changes on each request.
    # this is needed for import statements, among other things.
    import __builtin__
    statement_module.__builtins__ = __builtin__
 

src/h/o/hortonworks-sandbox-HEAD/apps/jobsub/data/examples/wordcount.py   hortonworks-sandbox(Download)
import sys
import re
import __builtin__
 
def map(line):

src/m/o/modern-python-example-HEAD/lib/python2.7/site-packages/logilab/common/compat.py   modern-python-example(Download)
from warnings import warn
 
import __builtin__ as builtins # 2to3 will tranform '__builtin__' to 'builtins'
 
if sys.version_info < (3, 0):

src/m/o/modern-python-example-HEAD/lib/python2.7/site-packages/Crypto/Util/py21compat.py   modern-python-example(Download)
 
import sys
import __builtin__
 
# 'True' and 'False' aren't defined in Python 2.1.  Define them.

src/m/u/music-player-HEAD/mac/pyobjc-core/Examples/NonFunctional/RemotePyInterpreter/remote_console.py   music-player(Download)
import sys
import os
import __builtin__
import traceback
import keyword

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