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src/k/o/kokoropy-HEAD/kokoropy/packages/sqlalchemy/ext/declarative/__init__.py   kokoropy(Download)
"""
 
from .api import declarative_base, synonym_for, comparable_using, \
    instrument_declarative, ConcreteBase, AbstractConcreteBase, \
    DeclarativeMeta, DeferredReflection, has_inherited_table,\

src/s/q/SQLAlchemy-0.9.4/lib/sqlalchemy/ext/declarative/__init__.py   SQLAlchemy(Download)
"""
 
from .api import declarative_base, synonym_for, comparable_using, \
    instrument_declarative, ConcreteBase, AbstractConcreteBase, \
    DeclarativeMeta, DeferredReflection, has_inherited_table,\

src/w/h/whoperator-HEAD/whoperator/libs/sqlalchemy/ext/declarative/__init__.py   whoperator(Download)
"""
 
from .api import declarative_base, synonym_for, comparable_using, \
    instrument_declarative, ConcreteBase, AbstractConcreteBase, \
    DeclarativeMeta, DeferredReflection, has_inherited_table,\

src/l/u/LuoYunCloud-HEAD/lyweb/lib/SQLAlchemy-0.8.2/lib/sqlalchemy/ext/declarative/__init__.py   LuoYunCloud(Download)
"""
 
from .api import declarative_base, synonym_for, comparable_using, \
    instrument_declarative, ConcreteBase, AbstractConcreteBase, \
    DeclarativeMeta, DeferredReflection, has_inherited_table,\

src/w/h/whoperator-HEAD/whoperator/libs/sqlalchemy/ext/declarative/base.py   whoperator(Download)
def _as_declarative(cls, classname, dict_):
    from .api import declared_attr
 
    # dict_ will be a dictproxy, which we can't write to, and we need to!
    dict_ = dict(dict_)

src/k/o/kokoropy-HEAD/kokoropy/packages/sqlalchemy/ext/declarative/base.py   kokoropy(Download)
def _as_declarative(cls, classname, dict_):
    from .api import declared_attr
 
    # dict_ will be a dictproxy, which we can't write to, and we need to!
    dict_ = dict(dict_)

src/s/q/SQLAlchemy-0.9.4/lib/sqlalchemy/ext/declarative/base.py   SQLAlchemy(Download)
def _as_declarative(cls, classname, dict_):
    from .api import declared_attr
 
    # dict_ will be a dictproxy, which we can't write to, and we need to!
    dict_ = dict(dict_)

src/l/u/LuoYunCloud-HEAD/lyweb/lib/SQLAlchemy-0.8.2/lib/sqlalchemy/ext/declarative/base.py   LuoYunCloud(Download)
def _as_declarative(cls, classname, dict_):
    from .api import declared_attr
 
    # dict_ will be a dictproxy, which we can't write to, and we need to!
    dict_ = dict(dict_)