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src/l/a/lambdafactory-HEAD/Sources/python/lambdafactory/languages/python/writer.py   lambdafactory(Download)
			assert self.resolve("self")[0], "Super must be used inside method"
			# FIXME: Should check that the element has a method in parent scope
			parents = self.getCurrentClassParents()
			if parents:
				absolute_name = self.getAbsoluteNameFromModule(parents[0], self.getCurrentModule())

src/l/a/lambdafactory-HEAD/Sources/python/lambdafactory/languages/javascript/writer.py   lambdafactory(Download)
			return self._onImportedReference(symbol_name, slot)
		# It is a method of the current class
		elif self.getCurrentClass() == scope or scope in self.getCurrentClassParents():
			if isinstance(value, interfaces.IInstanceMethod):
				# Here we need to wrap the method if they are given as values (

src/l/a/lambdafactory-HEAD/Distribution/lambdafactory/languages/python/writer.py   lambdafactory(Download)
			assert self.resolve("self")[0], "Super must be used inside method"
			# FIXME: Should check that the element has a method in parent scope
			parents = self.getCurrentClassParents()
			if parents:
				absolute_name = self.getAbsoluteNameFromModule(parents[0], self.getCurrentModule())

src/l/a/lambdafactory-HEAD/Distribution/lambdafactory/languages/javascript/writer.py   lambdafactory(Download)
			return self._onImportedReference(symbol_name, slot)
		# It is a method of the current class
		elif self.getCurrentClass() == scope or scope in self.getCurrentClassParents():
			if isinstance(value, interfaces.IInstanceMethod):
				# Here we need to wrap the method if they are given as values (