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Convert the given bytes or string object to string
    

        def tostring(b):
    """ Convert the given bytes or string object to string
    """
    if isinstance(b, bytes):
        return bytes2str(b)
    else:
        return b
        


src/p/s/pss-1.39/psslib/defaultpssoutputformatter.py   pss(Download)
 
from .outputformatter import OutputFormatter
from .py3compat import tostring
from .utils import decode_colorama_color
from . import colorama
    def _emit(self, str):
        """ Write the string to the stream.
        """
        self.stream.write(tostring(str))
 

src/p/s/pss-1.39/psslib/contentmatcher.py   pss(Download)
import sys
 
from .py3compat import tostring
from .matchresult import MatchResult
 
    def _pattern_is_simple(self, pattern):
        """ A "simple" pattern that can be matched with str.find and doesn't
            require a regex engine.
        """
        return bool(re.match('[\w_]+$', tostring(pattern)))

src/p/s/pss-HEAD/psslib/defaultpssoutputformatter.py   pss(Download)
 
from .outputformatter import OutputFormatter
from .py3compat import tostring
from .utils import decode_colorama_color
from . import colorama
    def _emit(self, str):
        """ Write the string to the stream.
        """
        self.stream.write(tostring(str))
 

src/p/s/pss-HEAD/psslib/contentmatcher.py   pss(Download)
import sys
 
from .py3compat import tostring
from .matchresult import MatchResult
 
    def _pattern_is_simple(self, pattern):
        """ A "simple" pattern that can be matched with str.find and doesn't
            require a regex engine.
        """
        return bool(re.match('[\w_]+$', tostring(pattern)))