[Bf-committers] Do drivers have to be blocked as python scripts?
supertoilet at gmx.net
Fri May 23 13:43:12 CEST 2014
Had the same problem here with the #frame driver in the Cycles seed
value. Renderfarm just ignored it, and I only noticed it after
On Fri May 23 12:26:46 2014, Paolo Acampora wrote:
> This is an issue at our studio as well, I don't see any rationale in these
> overly security concerns, it just prevents you to work.
> 2014-05-23 12:06 GMT+02:00 Vilem Novak <pildanovak at post.cz>:
>> I realize how important is the security when .blend files are distributed,
>> but I thought, is there a way to exclude drivers from the relatively new
>> strict blocking mechanism?
>> To me as animator, it caused allready many problems.
>> Last is ruining several days of rendertime on a renderfarm which has
>> blocked(as is by default!). Actually, it happened to me allready several
>> times- setting up renders, render nodes, and forgetting about some drivers
>> and the new feature.
>> I realized so far none of the crowd-render farms for blender don't support
>> scripts on (sheepit, burp). That it of course a logical choice.
>> So the idea is - can there be some check to determine if a driver is
>> actually a python script? If it's using any commands, and not only
>> / logical operators? And then, could such simple drivers be enabled?
>> It would really save my life very often. Now I have to write a script that
>> bakes all drivers before sending file to render farm...
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