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src/s/a/salt-2014.1.3/salt/cloud/clouds/msazure.py   salt(Download)
HAS_LIBS = False
try:
    import azure
    import azure.servicemanagement
    HAS_LIBS = True

src/s/a/salt-HEAD/salt/cloud/clouds/msazure.py   salt(Download)
HAS_LIBS = False
try:
    import azure
    import azure.servicemanagement
    HAS_LIBS = True

src/s/a/salt-thin-HEAD/salt/cloud/clouds/msazure.py   salt-thin(Download)
HAS_LIBS = False
try:
    import azure
    import azure.servicemanagement
    HAS_LIBS = True

src/d/j/django-storages-1.1.8/storages/backends/azure_storage.py   django-storages(Download)
 
try:
    import azure
    import azure.storage
except ImportError:

src/a/z/azuremonitor-0.1/check_azure_storage.py   azuremonitor(Download)
 
import argparse
import azure
from azure.storage.cloudstorageaccount import CloudStorageAccount
import logging

src/a/z/azuremonitor-0.1/check_azure_paas.py   azuremonitor(Download)
 
import argparse
import azure
from azure.servicemanagement import ServiceManagementService
from azure.storage.cloudstorageaccount import CloudStorageAccount

src/a/z/azuremonitor-0.1/check_azure_compute.py   azuremonitor(Download)
import os
import sys
import azure
import logging
from azure.servicemanagement import ServiceManagementService

src/p/e/permalinker-HEAD/application/storage.py   permalinker(Download)
    def upload(self, name, blob, content_type=None):
        import azure
        self.client.put_blob(self.container, name, blob,
                             'BlockBlob', x_ms_blob_content_type=content_type)
        return 'https://{0}{1}/{2}/{3}'.format(self.client.account_name,

src/a/z/AzureStorage-HEAD/storage.py   AzureStorage(Download)
from django.conf import settings
from django.core.files.storage import Storage
from django.core.files.base import ContentFile
 
import azure