[Bf-committers] Scripts in menus - update
Tue, 20 Jan 2004 16:55:14 -0800 (PST)
On linux I like the idea of the hidden directory, but on Mac OS X I
seem to remember the idea being kicked around of storing scripts in the
app bundle, like Blender.app/Contents/Resources/Python and
Blender.app/Contents/Resources/BPYData. This would be great for
scripts that are useful to all users (lwo exporter, etc.) while more
specific things could be sorted into the ~/.blender dir by savvy users.
As well, an OS X user who had a nice collection of scripts and wanted
to upgrade or back them up would only have to zip up the blender app
--- Willian Padovani Germano <email@example.com> wrote:
> As discussed yesterday during the meeting and also from feedback
> that, I made some changes to how this works:
> - the file .Bpymenus is now in ~/.blender/ , as UnNamed had suggested
> (at least I remember he complained about on more file in homedir : )
> - the default scripts dir is ~/.blender/scripts:
> I didn't add this to bin/ as Ton said to, still didn't look at what
> needs to be done. I didn't even had a ~/.blender, since I build with
> auto* and don't install anything.
> ** I'd be thankful if someone with knowledge about this could add a
> bin/.blender/scripts/ and also a bin/.blender/bpydata/ (so scripts
> where to save their states and also store data -- will take care of
> part after 2.32, but it's good to have the dir there already). Ton
> mentioned the makefile(s) also need updating for this to work.
> As written in the cvs log, now both the default ~/.blender/scripts
> the user defined (if set) dirs are scanned for scripts to be
> This way users can keep their own scripts safe from a new blender
> install. Scripts on the user defined dir take precedence over the
> default ones: put the same script in both dirs and the one in the
> pref dir will be registered.
> Please report any problems.
> Martin (theeth) started two threads on elysiun to coordinate updating
> scripts for 2.32:
> http://www.elysiun.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=20111 ,
> so we can finally organize things and get a reasonable picture of
> out there.
> Willian, firstname.lastname@example.org
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