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src/o/p/openshift_web2py-HEAD/wsgi/web2py/applications/examples/controllers/appadmin.py   openshift_web2py(Download)
 
try:
    import pygraphviz as pgv
except ImportError:
    pgv = None

src/w/e/web2py-HEAD/applications/examples/controllers/appadmin.py   web2py(Download)
 
try:
    import pygraphviz as pgv
except ImportError:
    pgv = None

src/p/y/pygraphviz-1.2/examples/utf8_encoding.py   pygraphviz(Download)
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""
Example showing use of unicode and UTF-8 encoding.
"""
import pygraphviz as pgv

src/p/y/pygraphviz-1.2/examples/subgraph.py   pygraphviz(Download)
#!/usr/bin/env python
import pygraphviz as pgv
 
A=pgv.AGraph()
# add some edges

src/p/y/pygraphviz-1.2/examples/simple.py   pygraphviz(Download)
__author__ = """Aric Hagberg (hagberg@lanl.gov)"""
 
import pygraphviz as pgv
 
A=pgv.AGraph()

src/p/y/pygraphviz-1.2/examples/miles.py   pygraphviz(Download)
if __name__ == '__main__':
    import warnings
    import pygraphviz as pgv
 
    # ignore Graphviz warning messages

src/p/y/pygraphviz-1.2/examples/django_simple.py   pygraphviz(Download)
def pygraphviz_graph(request):
    import pygraphviz as P
    A=P.AGraph() # init empty graph
    # set some default node attributes
    A.node_attr['style']='filled'

src/p/y/pygraphviz-1.2/examples/attributes.py   pygraphviz(Download)
#!/usr/bin/env python
 
import pygraphviz as pgv
# strict (no parallel edges)
# digraph

src/p/a/pandocfilters-1.2/examples/graphviz.py   pandocfilters(Download)
"""
 
import pygraphviz
import hashlib
import os

src/p/a/pandocfilters-HEAD/examples/graphviz.py   pandocfilters(Download)
"""
 
import pygraphviz
import hashlib
import os

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