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int(x=0) -> int or long
int(x, base=10) -> int or long

Convert a number or string to an integer, or return 0 if no arguments
are given.  If x is floating point, the conversion truncates towards zero.
If x is outside the integer range, the function returns a long instead.

If x is not a number or if base is given, then x must be a string or
Unicode object representing an integer literal in the given base.  The
literal can be preceded by '+' or '-' and be surrounded by whitespace.(more...)

src/p/y/pyroute2-0.2.8/pyroute2/iocore/iocore.py   pyroute2(Download)
from pyroute2.netlink import NLMSG_TRANSPORT
from pyroute2.netlink import IPRCMD_ACK
from pyroute2.netlink import IPRCMD_SERVE
from pyroute2.netlink import IPRCMD_REGISTER
from pyroute2.netlink import IPRCMD_UNREGISTER
    def serve(self, url, key='', cert='', ca='', addr=None):
        return self.command(IPRCMD_SERVE,
                            [['IPR_ATTR_HOST', url],
                             ['IPR_ATTR_SSL_KEY', key],
                             ['IPR_ATTR_SSL_CERT', cert],

src/p/y/pyroute2-HEAD/pyroute2/iocore/iocore.py   pyroute2(Download)
from pyroute2.netlink import NLMSG_TRANSPORT
from pyroute2.netlink import IPRCMD_ACK
from pyroute2.netlink import IPRCMD_SERVE
from pyroute2.netlink import IPRCMD_REGISTER
from pyroute2.netlink import IPRCMD_UNREGISTER
    def serve(self, url, key='', cert='', ca='', addr=None):
        return self.command(IPRCMD_SERVE,
                            [['IPR_ATTR_HOST', url],
                             ['IPR_ATTR_SSL_KEY', key],
                             ['IPR_ATTR_SSL_CERT', cert],

src/p/y/pyroute2-0.2.8/pyroute2/iocore/modules/serve.py   pyroute2(Download)
import socket
from pyroute2.iocore.utils import get_socket
from pyroute2.netlink import IPRCMD_SERVE
from pyroute2.iocore.utils import access
 
 
target = IPRCMD_SERVE

src/p/y/pyroute2-HEAD/pyroute2/iocore/modules/serve.py   pyroute2(Download)
import socket
from pyroute2.iocore.utils import get_socket
from pyroute2.netlink import IPRCMD_SERVE
from pyroute2.iocore.utils import access
 
 
target = IPRCMD_SERVE