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src/p/y/pydle-HEAD/pydle/utils/_args.py   pydle(Download)
## _args.py
# Common argument parsing code.
import argparse
import logging
import pydle

src/p/y/pydle-HEAD/pydle/utils/run.py   pydle(Download)
## run.py
# Run client.
import pydle
from . import _args
 

src/p/y/pydle-HEAD/pydle/utils/console.py   pydle(Download)
import code
 
import pydle
from . import _args
 

src/p/y/pydle-HEAD/pydle/features/ctcp.py   pydle(Download)
    def on_ctcp_version(self, by, target, contents):
        """ Built-in CTCP version as some networks seem to require it. """
        import pydle
 
        version = '{name} v{ver}'.format(name=pydle.__name__, ver=pydle.__version__)

src/p/y/pydle-0.7.1/pydle/utils/_args.py   pydle(Download)
## _args.py
# Common argument parsing code.
import argparse
import pydle
 

src/p/y/pydle-0.7.1/pydle/utils/run.py   pydle(Download)
## run.py
# Run client.
import pydle
from . import _args
 

src/p/y/pydle-0.7.1/pydle/utils/console.py   pydle(Download)
import code
 
import pydle
from . import _args
 

src/p/y/pydle-0.7.1/pydle/features/ctcp.py   pydle(Download)
    def on_ctcp_version(self, by, target):
        """ Built-in CTCP version as some networks seem to require it. """
        import pydle
 
        version = '{name} v{ver}'.format(name=pydle.__name__, ver=pydle.__version__)

src/p/y/pydle-HEAD/docs/conf.py   pydle(Download)
if path.exists(path.join('..', 'pydle')):
    sys.path.insert(0, os.path.abspath('..'))
import pydle
 
# General information about the project.

src/p/y/pydle-HEAD/setup.py   pydle(Download)
from setuptools import setup, find_packages
import pydle
 
setup(
    name=pydle.__name__,

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