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src/w/e/webapp2_example-HEAD/events/tests/admin_tests.py   webapp2_example(Download)
from test_utils import BaseAppEngineTestCase
 
import admin
 
from events import models

src/d/j/djangy-HEAD/src/server/master/web_ui/application/web_ui/main/views/dashboard_invite.py   djangy(Download)
from shared import *
import admin
 
@http_methods('GET', 'POST')
@auth_required

src/t/r/trac-multiproject-HEAD/plugins/multiproject/multiproject/common/__init__.py   trac-multiproject(Download)
import wiki
import analytics
import admin
import pagination
import notifications

src/d/a/database-as-a-service-HEAD/dbaas/dashboard/admin/__init__.py   database-as-a-service(Download)
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from __future__ import absolute_import, unicode_literals
from ..views import dashboard
 
import admin

src/m/t/Mturk-Tracker-HEAD/app/mturk/main/views.py   Mturk-Tracker(Download)
from django.views.decorators.cache import cache_page, never_cache
 
import admin
import plot
 

src/o/s/OSQA-Heroku-HEAD/osqa/forum/views/__init__.py   OSQA-Heroku(Download)
import meta
import auth
import admin
 
#from forum.modules.decorators import decorate_all

src/i/c/iCQA-HEAD/qa-engine/forum/views/__init__.py   iCQA(Download)
import meta
import auth
import admin
 
#from forum.modules.decorators import decorate_all

src/d/a/database-as-a-service-HEAD/dbaas/dbaas/urls.py   database-as-a-service(Download)
from django.conf import settings
from django.views.generic.base import RedirectView
import admin
import api.urls
 

src/f/i/firefly-1.3.3dev/firefly/server/server.py   firefly(Download)
            GlobalObject().reloadmodule = __import__(mreload,fromlist=_path_list[:1])
        GlobalObject().remote_connect = self.remote_connect
        import admin
 
    def remote_connect(self, rname, rhost):

src/g/f/gfirefly-0.1.4alpha/gfirefly/server/server.py   gfirefly(Download)
            self.master_remote.connect(addr)
            GlobalObject().masterremote = self.master_remote
        import admin
 
    def remote_connect(self, rname, rhost):

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