Hey, I'm glad you bothered making python bindings for the irrLicht engine. Now, how about getting rid of the Windows encoding in the python files so that we Linux users can install the Venom library ? Windows uses \r\n as a line terminator, and Linux uses only \n, so the python interpreter can't run your files on a Linux operating system.
Now I could code something to remove the \r out of those terminators, but there would be no point in me doing it. If you're releasing Linux working code, make sure it actually runs properly.
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