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src/q/u/quickopen-HEAD/src/quickopen.py   quickopen(Download)
import default_port
import logging
import message_loop
import optparse
import os

src/q/u/quickopen-HEAD/src/open_dialog_curses.py   quickopen(Download)
import curses.ascii as ascii
import math
import message_loop
import message_loop_curses
import time

src/q/u/quickopen-HEAD/src/open_dialog_chrome.py   quickopen(Download)
import os
import sys
import message_loop
 
import chromeapp

src/q/u/quickopen-HEAD/src/open_dialog_base.py   quickopen(Download)
import json
import logging
import message_loop
import re
import os

src/q/u/quickopen-HEAD/src/open_dialog.py   quickopen(Download)
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
import message_loop
 
def _pick_open_dialog():

src/q/u/quickopen-HEAD/src/bootstrap.py   quickopen(Download)
  if prelaunch_client.is_prelaunch_client(sys.argv):
    # This is a lightweight import due to lazy initialization of the message loop.
    import message_loop
    if message_loop.supports_prelaunch():
      return sys.exit(prelaunch_client.main(sys.argv))

src/q/u/quickopen-HEAD/src/ui_test_case_test.py   quickopen(Download)
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
import message_loop
import unittest
 

src/q/u/quickopen-HEAD/src/ui_test_case.py   quickopen(Download)
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
import message_loop
import os
import subprocess

src/q/u/quickopen-HEAD/src/test_runner.py   quickopen(Download)
import fnmatch
import logging
import message_loop
import optparse
import os

src/q/u/quickopen-HEAD/src/prelaunch_test.py   quickopen(Download)
import temporary_daemon
import unittest
import message_loop
from quickopen_test_base import QuickopenTestBase
 

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