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Manipulators that can edit SON objects as they enter and exit a database.

New manipulators should be defined as subclasses of SONManipulator and can be
installed on a database by calling
`pymongo.database.Database.add_son_manipulator`.

src/m/o/motor-HEAD/motor/__init__.py   motor(Download)
import pymongo.mongo_client
import pymongo.mongo_replica_set_client
import pymongo.son_manipulator
import gridfs
 

src/m/o/motor-0.2/motor/__init__.py   motor(Download)
import pymongo.mongo_client
import pymongo.mongo_replica_set_client
import pymongo.son_manipulator
import gridfs
 

src/m/o/motor-HEAD/synchro/__init__.py   motor(Download)
from pymongo import *
from pymongo import member
from pymongo import son_manipulator
from pymongo import ssl_match_hostname
from pymongo.helpers import _unpack_response, _check_command_response

src/j/a/jaraco.modb-3.1/jaraco/modb/__init__.py   jaraco.modb(Download)
import jsonpickle.unpickler
import bson.binary
import pymongo.son_manipulator
from jaraco.util.string import is_binary
 

src/m/o/motor-HEAD/test/test_motor_son_manipulator.py   motor(Download)
"""Test Motor, an asynchronous driver for MongoDB and Tornado."""
 
import pymongo.son_manipulator
from tornado.testing import gen_test
 

src/m/o/motor-0.2/test/test_motor_son_manipulator.py   motor(Download)
"""Test Motor, an asynchronous driver for MongoDB and Tornado."""
 
import pymongo.son_manipulator
from tornado.testing import gen_test