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src/b/i/big-brother-bot-HEAD/tests/parsers/test_iourt42.py   big-brother-bot(Download)
from b3.events import Event
from b3.fake import FakeClient as original_FakeClient
from b3.parsers.iourt42 import Iourt42Parser, Iourt42Client
 
log = logging.getLogger("test")
class FakeClient(original_FakeClient, Iourt42Client):
    # Python resolution rule for multiple inheritance will try to find the called methods in original_FakeClient class
    # first ; second from the b3.clients.Client class (which is inherited from the original_FakeClient class) ; third
    # from the Iourt42Client class ; and fourth from the b3.clients.Client class (which is inherited from the
    # Iourt42Client class).

src/b/3/b3-1.9.2/tests/parsers/test_iourt42.py   b3(Download)
from b3.events import Event
from b3.fake import FakeClient as original_FakeClient
from b3.parsers.iourt42 import Iourt42Parser, Iourt42Client
 
log = logging.getLogger("test")
class FakeClient(original_FakeClient, Iourt42Client):
    # Python resolution rule for multiple inheritance will try to find the called methods in original_FakeClient class
    # first ; second from the b3.clients.Client class (which is inherited from the original_FakeClient class) ; third
    # from the Iourt42Client class ; and fourth from the b3.clients.Client class (which is inherited from the
    # Iourt42Client class).