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Copyright (c) 2006-2012 Stephen John Machin, Lingfo Pty Ltd

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This module is part of the xlrd package, which is released under a BSD-style licence.

## # timemachine.py -- adaptation for single codebase. # Currently supported: 2.6 to 2.7, 3.2+ # usage: from timemachine import * from __future__ import print_function import sys python_version = sys.version_info[:2] # e.g. version 2.6 -> (2, 6) if python_version >= (3, 0): # Python 3 BYTES_LITERAL = lambda x: x.encode('latin1') UNICODE_LITERAL = lambda x: x BYTES_ORD = lambda byte: byte from io import BytesIO as BYTES_IO def fprintf(f, fmt, *vargs): fmt = fmt.replace("%r", "%a") if fmt.endswith('\n'): print(fmt[:-1] % vargs, file=f) else: print(fmt % vargs, end=' ', file=f) EXCEL_TEXT_TYPES = (str, bytes, bytearray) # xlwt: isinstance(obj, EXCEL_TEXT_TYPES) REPR = ascii xrange = range unicode = lambda b, enc: b.decode(enc) ensure_unicode = lambda s: s unichr = chr else: # Python 2 BYTES_LITERAL = lambda x: x UNICODE_LITERAL = lambda x: x.decode('latin1') BYTES_ORD = ord from cStringIO import StringIO as BYTES_IO def fprintf(f, fmt, *vargs): if fmt.endswith('\n'): print(fmt[:-1] % vargs, file=f) else: print(fmt % vargs, end=' ', file=f) try: EXCEL_TEXT_TYPES = basestring # xlwt: isinstance(obj, EXCEL_TEXT_TYPES) except NameError: EXCEL_TEXT_TYPES = (str, unicode) REPR = repr xrange = xrange # following used only to overcome 2.x ElementTree gimmick which # returns text as `str` if it's ascii, otherwise `unicode` ensure_unicode = unicode # used only in xlsx.py