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#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""fsnix - utility library for file system APIs

There are two modules within this library called fslib and fswlib,
the former uses the Python C-API and the latter uses ctypes. The
first one available will be aliased in under the name 'fs'.

fslib is more complete but requires compilation. fswlib is less complete
(see documenation for details) but works w/o a compiler available.
"""


USING_LIB = None
try:
    from fsnix import fslib as fs
    USING_LIB = 'fslib'
except ImportError:
    pass

if not USING_LIB:
    try:
        from fsnix import fswlib as fs
        USING_LIB = 'fswlib'
    except ImportError:
        pass