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Get all documents from a database

This method has the same behavior as a view.

`all_docs( **params )` is the same as `view('_all_docs', **params)`
 and `all_docs( by_seq=True, **params)` is the same as
`view('_all_docs_by_seq', **params)`

You can use all(), one(), first() just like views
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src/c/o/commcare-hq-HEAD/corehq/apps/domainsync/management/commands/copy_group_data.py   commcare-hq(Download)
            print i * CHUNK_SIZE
            cases = [CommCareCase.wrap(case['doc']) for case in sourcedb.all_docs(
                keys=list(subset),
                include_docs=True,
            )]
        for i, subset in enumerate(chunked(role_ids, CHUNK_SIZE)):
            roles = [UserRole.wrap(role['doc']) for role in sourcedb.all_docs(
                keys=list(subset),
                include_docs=True,
            )]
                    print i * CHUNK_SIZE
                    logs = [SyncLog.wrap(log['doc']) for log in sourcedb.all_docs(
                        keys=list(subset),
                        include_docs=True,
                    )]

src/p/i/pillowtop-0.1.5/pillowtop/couchdb.py   pillowtop(Download)
            self._docs = {}
 
        docs = self.all_docs(keys=doc_ids, include_docs=True)
        self._docs.update(dict((x['id'], x['doc']) for x in docs))