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src/v/m/vmflib-0.1.1/vmflib/brush.py   vmflib(Download)
    def __init__(self):
        vmf.VmfClass.__init__(self)
        self.auto_properties = []
 
        self.properties['id'] = Solid.solid_count
    def __init__(self, plane=types.Plane(), material='BRICK/BRICKFLOOR001A'):
        vmf.VmfClass.__init__(self)
        self.plane = plane
        self.material = material
        self.rotation = 0
    def __init__(self):
        vmf.VmfClass.__init__(self)
        self.auto_properties = []
 
        self.properties['id'] = Group.group_count
    def __init__(self, power, normals, distances):
        vmf.VmfClass.__init__(self)
        self.power = power
        self.startposition = "[0 0 0]"
        self.elevation = 0
    def __init__(self, power, values):
        vmf.VmfClass.__init__(self)
        #self.values = values
 
        for i in range(2**power + 1):

src/v/m/vmflib-HEAD/vmflib/brush.py   vmflib(Download)
    def __init__(self):
        vmf.VmfClass.__init__(self)
        self.auto_properties = []
 
        self.properties['id'] = Solid.solid_count
    def __init__(self, plane=types.Plane(), material='BRICK/BRICKFLOOR001A'):
        vmf.VmfClass.__init__(self)
        self.plane = plane
        self.material = material
        self.rotation = 0
    def __init__(self):
        vmf.VmfClass.__init__(self)
        self.auto_properties = []
 
        self.properties['id'] = Group.group_count
    def __init__(self, power, normals, distances):
        vmf.VmfClass.__init__(self)
        self.power = power
        self.startposition = "[0 0 0]"
        self.elevation = 0
    def __init__(self, power, values):
        vmf.VmfClass.__init__(self)
        #self.values = values
 
        for i in range(2**power + 1):