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src/p/i/PipeStack-0.5.3/pipestack/app.py   PipeStack(Download)
import warnings
 
from bn import AttributeDict, uniform_path, OrderedDict
from commandtool import handle_command, Cmd, LoggingCmd
from configconvert import parse_and_split_options_change_dir, parse_config_string, split_options
    def __init__(self, option=None):
        self._pipes_by_name = {}
        self._plugins = {}
        self._commands_structure = OrderedDict()
        self._instantiated_pipes = {}
            command['class_'] = eval_import(command.class_)
        elif isinstance(command.class_, (tuple, list)):
            command['class_'] = OrderedDict(command.class_)
        self._commands_structure[command.name] = command
 
                        if hasattr(command, 'class_'):
                            if isinstance(command.class_, dict):
                                command_tree[name] = OrderedDict()
                                initialise_branch(bag, command_tree[name], command.class_)
                            else:
                                command_tree[name] = command.class_(bag=bag, name=name, aliases=command.aliases)
                        else:
                            if hasattr(command, 'class_'):
                                command_tree[name] = OrderedDict()

src/c/o/CommandTool-0.5.3/commandtool/__init__.py   CommandTool(Download)
from logging.config import fileConfig
from recipes_267662 import wrap_onspace_strict, indent
from bn import AttributeDict, OrderedDict, MarbleLike
 
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
    if isinstance(command, (tuple, list, dict)):
        if isinstance(command, (tuple, list)):
            command = OrderedDict(command)
        for name_, command_ in command.items():
            check_command(name_, command_)
        cmd_line_parts = sys.argv[1:]
    if not isinstance(commands, dict):
        commands = OrderedDict(commands)
    for name, command in commands.items():
        check_command(name, command)