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src/c/i/ciel-HEAD/src/python/ciel/runtime/util/load.py   ciel(Download)
import random
import uuid
from ciel.public.references import SW2_ConcreteReference, SW2_FetchReference, SWReferenceJSONEncoder
import sys
import time
            targets = select_targets(workers, replication)
            block_name = make_block_id(name_prefix, i)
            ref = SW2_FetchReference(block_name, url, i)
            for j, target in enumerate(targets):
                upload_sessions.append((target, ref, j))

src/c/i/ciel-HEAD/src/python/ciel/runtime/fetcher.py   ciel(Download)
# OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
 
from ciel.public.references import SW2_ConcreteReference, SW2_StreamReference, SW2_SocketStreamReference,\
    SWDataValue, SWErrorReference, SW2_FixedReference, decode_datavalue,\
    SW2_FetchReference, decode_datavalue_string, encode_datavalue,\

src/c/i/ciel-HEAD/src/python/ciel/runtime/block_store.py   ciel(Download)
# XXX: Hack because urlparse doesn't nicely support custom schemes.
import urlparse
from ciel.public.references import SW2_ConcreteReference, SW2_StreamReference,\
    SW2_FetchReference, SW2_FixedReference, SWRealReference, SWErrorReference,\
    SWDataValue, decode_datavalue

src/c/i/ciel-HEAD/src/python/ciel/runtime/pycurl_data_fetch.py   ciel(Download)
from ciel.runtime.pycurl_thread import pycURLContext, do_from_curl_thread
from ciel.runtime.block_store import get_fetch_urls_for_ref, create_fetch_file_for_ref, get_own_netloc
from ciel.public.references import SW2_ConcreteReference, SW2_FetchReference
import ciel.runtime.remote_stat as remote_stat