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src/g/i/github-badge-HEAD/packages/pyresto/core.py   github-badge(Download)
 
        if should_wrap:
            item = ([self.__wrapper(_) for _ in item]
                    if isinstance(key, slice) else self.__wrapper(item))
 
    def __getslice__(self, i, j):
        # We need this implementation for backwards compatibility.
        items = super(self.__class__, self).__getslice__(i, j)
        if any(isinstance(it, dict) for it in items):
            items = [self.__wrapper(_) for _ in items]
    def __iter__(self):
        # Call the base __iter__ to avoid infinite recursion and then simply
        # return an iterator.
        iterator = super(self.__class__, self).__iter__()
        return (self.__wrapper(item) for item in iterator)

src/p/y/pyresto-0.3/pyresto/core.py   pyresto(Download)
 
        if should_wrap:
            item = ([self.__wrapper(_) for _ in item]
                    if isinstance(key, slice) else self.__wrapper(item))
 
    def __getslice__(self, i, j):
        # We need this implementation for backwards compatibility.
        items = super(self.__class__, self).__getslice__(i, j)
        if any(isinstance(it, dict) for it in items):
            items = [self.__wrapper(_) for _ in items]
    def __iter__(self):
        # Call the base __iter__ to avoid inifnite recursion and then simply
        # return an iterator.
        iterator = super(self.__class__, self).__iter__()
        return (self.__wrapper(item) for item in iterator)

src/p/y/pyresto-HEAD/pyresto/core.py   pyresto(Download)
 
        if should_wrap:
            item = ([self.__wrapper(_) for _ in item]
                    if isinstance(key, slice) else self.__wrapper(item))
 
    def __getslice__(self, i, j):
        # We need this implementation for backwards compatibility.
        items = super(self.__class__, self).__getslice__(i, j)
        if any(isinstance(it, dict) for it in items):
            items = [self.__wrapper(_) for _ in items]
    def __iter__(self):
        # Call the base __iter__ to avoid infinite recursion and then simply
        # return an iterator.
        iterator = super(self.__class__, self).__iter__()
        return (self.__wrapper(item) for item in iterator)