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Hi. Where is it in the code that generated brush hardness (and other
GimpBrushGenerated data) start getting turned into something more
concrete (something that can be painted). I'm trying to learn the code
on my own as much as possible but would appreciate being pointed in the
right direction.

Your favorite n00b,
Christopher

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