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src/p/y/pypelogs-0.0.1/pypeout/text_out.py   pypelogs(Download)
import g11pyutils as utils
from string import Template
import sys
 
class TextOut(object):

src/p/y/pypelogs-0.0.1/pypeout/mongodb.py   pypelogs(Download)
import g11pyutils as utils
import pymongo
import logging
import pprint
 

src/p/y/pypelogs-0.0.1/pypeout/json_out.py   pypelogs(Download)
import json
import g11pyutils as utils
 
class JSONOut(object):
    def __init__(self, spec=None):

src/p/y/pypelogs-0.0.1/pypeout/csv_out.py   pypelogs(Download)
import g11pyutils as utils
 
class CSVOut(object):
    def __init__(self, spec=None):
        self.fo = utils.fout(spec)

src/p/y/pypelogs-0.0.1/pypein/wikip.py   pypelogs(Download)
import g11pyutils as utils
import xml.etree.ElementTree as ET
import logging
import re
 

src/p/y/pypelogs-0.0.1/pypein/text.py   pypelogs(Download)
import g11pyutils as utils
class Text(object):
    def __init__(self, f=None):
        self.fo = utils.fopen(f)
 

src/p/y/pypelogs-0.0.1/pypein/mongodb.py   pypelogs(Download)
import g11pyutils as utils
import logging
from pypeout import MongoDB
from bson.son import SON
 

src/p/y/pypelogs-0.0.1/pypein/json_in.py   pypelogs(Download)
import g11pyutils as utils
import json
import logging
LOG = logging.getLogger("json_in")
 

src/p/y/pypelogs-0.0.1/pypef/split.py   pypelogs(Download)
import logging
import g11pyutils as utils
LOG = logging.getLogger("split")
 
 

src/p/y/pypelogs-0.0.1/pypef/log.py   pypelogs(Download)
import g11pyutils as utils
 
class Log(object):
    """Logs events as they pass through"""
    def __init__(self, spec = None):

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