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src/z/3/z3c.rml-2.5.0/src/z3c/rml/paraparser.py   z3c.rml(Download)
    def __init__(self, attributes):
        reportlab.platypus.paraparser.ParaFrag.__init__(self)
        self.counting_from = attributes.get('countingFrom', 1)
 
    @property
    def __init__(self, attributes):
        reportlab.platypus.paraparser.ParaFrag.__init__(self)
        self.id = attributes['id']
        self.default = attributes.get('default')
 
    def __init__(self, attributes):
        reportlab.platypus.paraparser.ParaFrag.__init__(self)
        self.frags = []
 
    @property
    def __init__(self, attributes):
        reportlab.platypus.paraparser.ParaFrag.__init__(self)
        self.id = attributes['id']
        self.value = attributes['value']
 

src/z/3/z3c.rml-HEAD/src/z3c/rml/paraparser.py   z3c.rml(Download)
    def __init__(self, attributes):
        reportlab.platypus.paraparser.ParaFrag.__init__(self)
        self.counting_from = attributes.get('countingFrom', 1)
 
    @property
    def __init__(self, attributes):
        reportlab.platypus.paraparser.ParaFrag.__init__(self)
        self.id = attributes['id']
        self.default = attributes.get('default')
 
    def __init__(self, attributes):
        reportlab.platypus.paraparser.ParaFrag.__init__(self)
        self.frags = []
 
    @property
    def __init__(self, attributes):
        reportlab.platypus.paraparser.ParaFrag.__init__(self)
        self.id = attributes['id']
        self.value = attributes['value']