[Bf-committers] Do drivers have to be blocked as python scripts?
pildanovak at post.cz
Sun May 25 11:54:13 CEST 2014
If I understand the outcome of this discussion right:
Sandboxing of python in general isn't functional and is too complicated.
After reading all of the possible solutions, there are 2 which I seem to be
1.Do not render when some drivers in the scene/linked data can not be
executed. (wow, how much of my time would that save...)
2.do a primitive, very restrictive check of the expressions(vars, operators,
This could accompany a warning, that would show when the expression doesn't
make it through this check -
'Driver won't execute with scripts disabled' - this would display even when
scripts ARE enabled, because of the case of sending files to renderfarms or
sharing them in any other way. I really expect this to be quite rare..
Any of these 2 solutions would be satisfactory in production , I think...
Not to fill the mail list with a long discussion, can I add this as a TODO
topic somewhere in the wiki?
By the reaction, I assume this is a topic that really needs some
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