Did I find the right examples for you? yes no

All Samples(7)  |  Call(6)  |  Derive(0)  |  Import(1)

src/d/i/digsby-HEAD/digsby/src/common/filetransfer.py   digsby(Download)
    _xfer_display_strings = {
        # transfer state       # xfer, "direction" string
        states.TRANSFERRING:       lambda x: _('{completed} of {size} ({speed}/sec) -- {time} remain').format(completed=util.nicebytecount(x.completed), size=util.nicebytecount(x.size), speed=util.nicebytecount(x.bytes_per_sec), time=util.nicetimecount(x.ETA)),
        states.FINISHED:           lambda x: (_('Received from {name}') if x.direction == 'incoming' else _('Sent to {name}')).format(name=x.buddy.name),
        states.CONNECTING:         lambda x: _('Connecting to {name}...').format(name=x.buddy.name),

src/d/i/digsby-HEAD/digsby/src/plugins/digsby_updater/updater.py   digsby(Download)
                                                  (_("No"), self.stop_timer)],
 
                                       size = util.nicebytecount(updater.expected_download_size),
                                       onclose = self._download_popup_closed,
#                                       popupid = 'digsby.update',

src/d/i/digsby-HEAD/digsby/src/gui/shell.py   digsby(Download)
        def ShellTitle(self):
            m = memory_info()
            ramusage = '%s' % nicebytecount(m.WorkingSetSize)
            if m.PrivateUsage:
                ramusage += '/%s' % nicebytecount(m.PrivateUsage)
if 'wxMSW' in wx.PlatformInfo:
    from gui.native.win.process import memory_info, count_gdi_objects, count_user_objects
    from util import nicebytecount
    import gc