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dict() -> new empty dictionary
dict(mapping) -> new dictionary initialized from a mapping object's
    (key, value) pairs
dict(iterable) -> new dictionary initialized as if via:
    d = {}
    for k, v in iterable:
        d[k] = v
dict(**kwargs) -> new dictionary initialized with the name=value pairs
    in the keyword argument list.  For example:  dict(one=1, two=2)

src/p/y/pysaml2-HEAD/tests/test_05_md.py   pysaml2(Download)
    for eelem in new_sp_sso_descriptor.extensions.extension_elements:
        print "EE",eelem.__dict__
        dp = extension_element_to_element(eelem, idpdisc.ELEMENT_FROM_STRING,
                                            idpdisc.NAMESPACE)
        print "DP",dp.c_tag, dp.c_namespace,dp.__dict__

src/p/y/pysaml2-HEAD/tests/otest_61_makemeta.py   pysaml2(Download)
    print exts
    idpd = saml2.extension_element_to_element(exts[0],
                                              idpdisc.ELEMENT_FROM_STRING,
                                              namespace=idpdisc.NAMESPACE)
    print idpd

src/p/y/pysaml2-2.0.0/tests/test_05_md.py   pysaml2(Download)
    for eelem in new_sp_sso_descriptor.extensions.extension_elements:
        print "EE",eelem.__dict__
        dp = extension_element_to_element(eelem, idpdisc.ELEMENT_FROM_STRING,
                                            idpdisc.NAMESPACE)
        print "DP",dp.c_tag, dp.c_namespace,dp.__dict__

src/p/y/pysaml2-2.0.0/tests/otest_61_makemeta.py   pysaml2(Download)
    print exts
    idpd = saml2.extension_element_to_element(exts[0],
                                              idpdisc.ELEMENT_FROM_STRING,
                                              namespace=idpdisc.NAMESPACE)
    print idpd