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autosuper:  backport the magical zero-argument super() to python2

This is an (awful, hacky, wtf-were-you-thinking) attempt to port the magical
zero-argument super() call from python3 to python2.

In standard python2 usage of the super() builtin, you have to repeat both the
class and instance objects when you call super, like this:

    class Hello(Base):(more...)

src/d/a/Dabo-0.9.6/dabo/lib/autosuper/setup.py   Dabo(Download)
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from distutils.core import setup
from distutils.extension import Extension
import autosuper

src/a/u/autosuper-0.1.0/setup.py   autosuper(Download)
from distutils.core import setup
import autosuper
NAME = "autosuper"

src/a/u/autosuper-0.1.0/autosuper/tests.py   autosuper(Download)
import unittest 
import autosuper
class TestAutoSuperDocs(unittest.TestCase):