[Bf-committers] (agree to not do it) Split Collada into a python frontend and a C++ backend
ideasman42 at gmail.com
Sun May 20 22:50:57 CEST 2012
Agree, however if they are different operators we dont have a nice way
to include as one menu item and switch between.
Of course if this is one operator selecting between different profiles
it should be one menu item.
On Sun, May 20, 2012 at 10:40 PM, Thomas Dinges <blender at dingto.org> wrote:
> Why do we need 4 different menu entries? It's totally sufficient to have
> one Collada entry in the menu and then select the type in the File Browser.
> Am 20.05.2012 22:20, schrieb Gaia:
>> As discussed with ideasman_42 we have agreed to just do a tiny little
>> change and rename the Exporter to make it more clear that it is
>> Blender's Default Collada exporter and that there can be more of them.
>> Now the menu could look like this (if these exporters existed):
>> File -> export -> Collada (Default) (.dae)
>> Collada (3DS) (.dae)
>> Collada (Maya) (.dae)
>> Collada (Second Life) (.dae)
>> Really a minor change, but acceptable for me :)
>> BTW: I never ever want to disable the Blender Collada module.
>> In fact i want to help making this module shiny and precious
>> until end of this year, so that there is no longer any reason
>> to kick this module out of blender as it was considered earlier
>> this year.
>> On 20.05.2012 21:47, Dan Eicher wrote:
>>> You wound need to write some C helper functions and either add them to
>>> makesrna or hand write your own python wrapper to be able to access
>>> them from python.
>>> A while back I was working on some auto-generated python bindings for
>>> collada-dom and all I can say about that is it's not for the faint of
>>> heart -- them folks aren't too worried about fixing bugs and the whole
>>> spec is a crazy, complex beast. Pretty sure that was the makefile that
>>> borked my /home dir so maybe I'm a little gun shy.
>>> I did have some good luck with generate-ds which can take the whole
>>> spec/xml definition/whateveryoucallit and output a pure python
>>> implementation. Not that it has anything to do with the question
>>> I do tend to agree with the others, there's already the option to turn
>>> it off in the build system and if it's already in there why bother
>>> hiding it?
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