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str(object='') -> string

Return a nice string representation of the object.
If the argument is a string, the return value is the same object.

src/r/o/robotframework-ride-1.3/src/robotide/context/__init__.py   robotframework-ride(Download)
from coreplugins import get_core_plugins
from logger import Logger
from platform import (IS_MAC, IS_WINDOWS, WX_VERSION, ctrl_or_cmd,
    bind_keys_to_evt_menu)
LOG = Logger()
pyversion = '.'.join(str(v) for v in sys.version_info[:3])
SYSTEM_INFO = "Started RIDE %s using python version %s with wx version %s in %s." % \
        (VERSION, pyversion, WX_VERSION, sys.platform)
ABOUT_RIDE = '''<h3>RIDE -- Robot Framework Test Data Editor</h3>
<p>RIDE %s running on Python %s.</p>

src/r/i/RIDE-HEAD/src/robotide/context/__init__.py   RIDE(Download)
from coreplugins import get_core_plugins
from logger import Logger
from platform import (IS_MAC, IS_WINDOWS, WX_VERSION, ctrl_or_cmd,
    bind_keys_to_evt_menu)
LOG = Logger()
pyversion = '.'.join(str(v) for v in sys.version_info[:3])
SYSTEM_INFO = "Started RIDE %s using python version %s with wx version %s in %s." % \
        (VERSION, pyversion, WX_VERSION, sys.platform)
ABOUT_RIDE = '''<h3>RIDE -- Robot Framework Test Data Editor</h3>
<p>RIDE %s running on Python %s.</p>